I helped Anamari with her math homework on balanced equations. At the very end of the session, we talked about what they are learning in her history class and she read a little bit of her choice book out loud.
We worked on spelling and long division using a big white board.
I listened to Anamari read a chapter of her history textbook out loud and answer questions on a worksheet about Civil War Reconstruction. Then she read "Uglies" by Scott Westerfeld out loud as her choice book for the last 20 minutes of our tutoring session. I helped her with unfamiliar word meanings and pronunciations, and I assisted her by guiding her to the right part of the textbook chapter for questions that she didn't know how to answer.
Today we worked on the comprehension of the first two acts of Romeo and Juliet.
We worked on metric conversion and reviewed for an upcoming test.
Today, we worked on tons of complicated addition and subtraction word problems. I noticed that the problems were getting really easy for him, so I asked that he speak to his teachers about sending him some more difficult problems.
Today, we worked on Some more Romeo and Juliet prep work and getting familiar with that.
Today, we worked on all things fractions. We were able to go though his homework and answer any misconceptions that he had about fractions and also some small multiplication practice as well.
We worked on SI unit conversion memorization and and utilized line plots to answer questions about a set of data.
Today we worked on his ability to independently work and complete math problems in the hopes of trying to build up with confidence.
Today, we worked on learning how to revise his own writing and what to look for when doing so. We then worked on multiplication and making sure that he was able to answer them as quickly as possible.
We went over and signed the tutoring contract, then we worked on unit conversion and finding the volume of complex shapes.