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Writing Tutoring review by Alexander in Sandy, UT
We had an excellent session on Tuesday. The student had learned all his words and spelled them 100% correctly for me. His reading showed continuing progress, with improving ability to figure out words on first tries and fix errors on second tries. He is also improving on sounding out longer words by breaking them into syllables. He is enthusiastic about writing and is able to learn about how to put sentences together--that is, he is doing much more than just spelling with his writing.
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Writing Tutoring review by Cheryl in Sandy, UT
The student and I continued with sentence structure; I introduced parallel sentences. The placement of punctuation is a significant part of the lesson. He continues to have a open attitude. I left a website (he can listen to) that provided additional information on complex sentence structure. He said the our sessions help him better understand Language Arts.
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Writing Tutoring review by Rachel in Sandy, UT
Today the student and I focused on using adjectives and adverbs to write super sentences. We also wrote a letter, in which we focused on spelling, extending sentences, and capitalization. She was focused for the most part and seemed excited about the forms of writing we were doing. I'm hoping to continue working with her to expand on her writing.
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Writing Tutoring review by William in Sandy, UT
We spent the first hour and fifteen minutes practicing SAT writing prompts. I first gave a sample to the student and had him brainstorm only and jot down a possible thesis and supporting evidence he would use on the question. After discussing what he would do, I then showed him two examples of introductions to the same prompt using the opening sentence as the thesis on the first and thesis at the end on the second example. Following that, I gave him another prompt and we both wrote an introduction and one body paragraph. We wrote for about 18 minutes to try and simulate the SAT testing format. I then reviewed my example and he reviewed his and we discussed each.
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Writing Tutoring review by Michael in Sandy, UT
We continued working on the SAT timed essay. Since last time, the student had rewritten a paragraph from a previous essay and outlined another essay. His writing is improving, but he needs to continue practicing outlining and developing his ideas more. I challenged him to put a lot of thought and time into the next prompt that I assigned him to do, so we'll see how that goes next week.
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Writing Tutoring review by John in Sandy, UT
I brought a piece from today's newspaper book review section - the author reviewed 4 books about productivity, weaving them into an essay. We read through the passage, looking at new vocabulary; identifying rhetorical devices, grammar usage, and vivid language; and pointing out where the author varied her style and tone of voice and how she cleverly introduced and concluded her piece. We then spent some time on worksheets explaining the differences between the verbs "lie" and "lay" and the adverbs "further" and "farther."
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