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Weston, FL Elementary Math tutoring
We started with a warm-up. I introduced measurement and covered inches, feet, yards and how to convert them. The student recited her 8's and 9's multiplication tables. Next we practiced with word problems and identifying what they are asking and how to give an appropriate answer. We practiced order of operations and multiplying. I encouraged her to write out her problems clearly so the numbers and rows line up.
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Weston, FL Elementary Math tutoring
Another strong session for the student. We went through some high level equations at this session. We started off with some basic math principles, of which he was already knowledgeable, such as: 1/2 plus 3/4. He knew to find a common denominator (4) before adding. After that, we moved to some more challenging problems, like: (x+2)/5 - (3-x)/2. In this case, he needed only a bit of prompting before he was able to take off with the problem. Same principle: find a common denominator (10), then multiply the numerator by the same number that you multiplied the denominator to find the least common multiple. We then moved on to some even more challenging equation problems. What I was trying to show him is that basic math principles still apply to higher level problems, and when you know these principles, you are more apt to knowing higher math. He is a very fast learner!
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Weston, FL Elementary Math tutoring
The student completed his geometry vocabulary worksheet. We reviewed the terms and I had him try to define them in his own words. Important words: point, line, line segment, ray, plane, collinear, endpoints, intersect. I had made word cards to match word, definition, diagram, and notation. He was able to correctly sort the words, as long as he could refer to his vocab sheet. Given a geometry diagram, he could locate points, lines, line segments, rays, planes, collinear lines, coplanar points, and opposite rays.
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Weston, FL Elementary Math tutoring
The student and I went over her math homework covering multiplying and dividing by decimals. I was impressed by her accuracy, as usual. We also went over her test from last week. We'll do a few more practice problems when we meet for our next session.
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Weston, FL Elementary Math tutoring
The student did awesome tonight! We reviewed counting tally marks, and then worked on adding on 2, 3, 4, and 5. I timed her on two addition facts "tests." One was adding on up to two and one was adding on up to three. Each one had 44 problems. She completed the first one (only missing one) in 2 minutes and 14 seconds, and the second one (only missing one) in 2 minutes and 57 seconds. My goal for her was to compete these "tests" in 3 minutes or less. I was really happy with her performance. She used touch math for some, and she seems to like it as a strategy in her toolbox. It really seemed to help her on the "tests."
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Weston, FL Elementary Math tutoring
To begin our session, I had the student continue working on the comprehensive packet we have been going through. The pages that we did yesterday were mostly a review of long multiplication and division, but they also challenged him a little by helping him discover the connections between division and multiplication. During this session, we also played decimal multiplication war again. The first round we played, he needed to write down the problems to help him visualize where the decimal would be in the answer, but by the second round, he was doing most of the problems in his head. Overall, he was pretty focused. It was a great session.
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