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"We did the addition and subtraction flashcards again today. The student is great with addition but subtraction is more difficult. We will keep it up working toward her mastering lower level subtraction problems.
We switched gears to spelling about 3/4 of the way through the session. We reviewed the days of the week and their spelling. There were minimal corrections on her spelling of the days of the week. "
We switched gears to spelling about 3/4 of the way through the session. We reviewed the days of the week and their spelling. There were minimal corrections on her spelling of the days of the week. "
"Met with the student and reviewed the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; derivatives, including a part of trigonometry, some rates of change, the chain rule, and the quotient rule. We discussed integration both by parts and with a "u" substitution. Briefly spoke about what sort of topics would be covered in her upcoming Calculus class."
"The student and I had our session today. We reviewed major math concepts that he struggled on during practice, organized all the materials I gave him over the previous weeks, and developed a study plan for Lucas in the days up to his ACT test. Then, we reviewed several practice Science portions. Lucas is showing a strong improvement in both Science and Math. IF he follows the study schedule we have devised, is wellrested and confident the day of the exam, and employs the techniques that we have developed, the student should improve his score in Math and Science."
"The student was able to complete one additional practice section since our last meeting. We began our session going over this Critical Reading section. We then moved on to the Writing subject. She told me that the schools in which she is interested do not look at scores for Writing so we only reviewed this topic briefly. We then moved on to Math. Because she says she is strong in math, we did not do a general review of mathematical concepts covered on the test. We went over some strategies specific to this part of the test. I then had her work sample questions for both the multiple choice and student produced answer questions. I suggested she work on reading questions more carefully and on reviewing vocabulary as much as possible between now and the test. "
"The student and I worked on (Mathematics) a more complex percentage question, scientific notation, simplifying and approximating square roots, and also cubed roots. We edited the homework essay through a rewrite of the first paragraph to clarify themes, especially the topic sentence. We continued to focus on word choices and phrasing. We also played an antonym game. Her homework is a partial practice test and writing sentences to demonstrate new vocabulary."
"The student and I reviewed for her retake of the trig exam she had last week. We focused primarily on graphing sin and cos functions along with their basic transformations, including reflections, phase shifts, vertical shifts, and period changes. Her understanding of the unit circle has improved. I advised her to study the unit circle as much as possible, and to consider drawing a reference unit circle at the beginning of her exam, so that she need only recall the material once."
"Today we reviewed two of his quizzes and chapter nine test review sheet. We focused on factoring and finding the GCF. He has a little trouble remembering what steps he needs to take. I made some extra problems similar to his worksheets. He said the topic was much clearer but he needs to keep reviewing the steps."
"Today we covered 2 algebra worksheets that the student was struggling with. He learned about the basics of algebra and of how to work with fractions. We also practiced simplifying fractions and multiplying doubledigit and tripledigit numbers."
"This session I worked on prepping the student for her social studies quiz about ancient Egypt. I gave her some study skills, and strategies for answering questions that pose difficulty.
We then moved on to English Language Arts. We discussed writing brief personal introductions and concentrated on rereading and editing. I encouraged her to pay close attention to repetition, as well as use of punctuation. I used questioning techniques to probe her for further information and we worked on elaboration when writing. We ended the session with math skills, where we practiced using cross multiplication and algebraic reasoning to solve problems involving proportion and percents."
We then moved on to English Language Arts. We discussed writing brief personal introductions and concentrated on rereading and editing. I encouraged her to pay close attention to repetition, as well as use of punctuation. I used questioning techniques to probe her for further information and we worked on elaboration when writing. We ended the session with math skills, where we practiced using cross multiplication and algebraic reasoning to solve problems involving proportion and percents."
"We're working on GRE essayswe did two timed issue essays and two timed argument essays together. She is learning how to structure the essay!"
"Student 1 and I worked on some math problems  reviewing old concepts and going over new ones. Some of the new stuff that we worked on was with percentages and percent change. I left him about 6 problems to do over the course of the weekend.
Student 2 and I worked on two different math concepts  fractions and long division. She had done some stuff with fractions, but was learning a little bit more detail. We worked on fractions within the number line. We worked on how to do these types of problems for some time. She seemed to get most of it down, and is going to do 5 on her own over the weekend."
"The student and I reviewed carbohydrate structure, membrane structure, protein secondary and tertiary structure, and hemoglobin/myoglobin. We used the latter molecules as means to apply the concepts introduced in his class regarding general protein function."
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