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Essay Editing Tutoring review by Evan in Madison, WI
We went over the different situations in which you use gerunds, or infinitives. We also went over a variety of prepositions. (on/in/under/out of/).
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Essay Editing Tutoring review by Amanda in Madison, WI
The student got 57 pages of "The Yearling" read this week. He was able to summarize the text, which was great. He needs to have the book finished by next week, however, so he has quite a bit of reading ahead of him. We went over again the benefits of summarizing the text in his own words after each paragraph and chapter. We also started some idea maps for the three topics he needs to focus on while reading so that he can make notes of examples as he reads.
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Essay Editing Tutoring review by Jason in Madison, WI
We reviewed the Diary of Anne Frank play. We talked through various parts, and answered online questions and a quiz. The student seemed engaged, and we completed Acts One through Three.
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Essay Editing Tutoring review by Matthew in Madison, WI
We worked on analyzing quotes from chapter 7 of The Great Gatsby. Also, we devised a outline for finishing the book in a few weeks. Also, we set up a history schedule.
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Essay Editing Tutoring review by Hua in Madison, WI
We went through Unit 4 in the textbook. He wrote 4 passages regarding: favorite music, favorite trip, a new type of food I tried, and a current event. I corrected his grammar and explained to him the changes to make.
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Essay Editing Tutoring review by Laura in Madison, WI
The student and I had a very good first session! We spent our time this week looking at one of the papers she had recently turned in and evaluating how she might strengthen and improve it. She did extremely well on this paper (96%!) and for good reason -- it was bursting with interesting and perceptive insights about the two works ("The Yellow Wallpaper" and "Hills like White Elephants") that she was analyzing! But she also has certain writing tics which we identified in reading the paper together. I gave her a few grammatical and stylistic pointers: 1) Read aloud for spelling errors and for issues with verb tense. Once I pointed to a word, she could instantly identify these errors. But it's important that she read aloud to catch them! 2) Avoid over-long / run-on sentences. While reading her paper aloud, she herself also noticed how she tends to write in super-long sentences. We discussed how shorter sentences will clarify and strengthen her writing. (She noticed that this is something several teachers have commented on.) It initially felt uncomfortable to her to break up sentences, but by the end of the session, she was splitting them up all on her own! 3) Avoid unnecessary words -- especially "I"! She tends to qualify many of her thoughts with extra words (e.g., "it seems possible that..." "I think that this shows..." etc.) when her ideas will be much clearer and more forceful if she makes them directly! This will also help her avoid the passive voice (which we'll discuss more in future sessions) and the use of "I" in formal papers. 4) Comma use. We touched on this (commas should be used in lists, in separating independent clauses, or in setting off parentheticals or appositives), and we'll continue to reinforce it with more practice! 5) Paragraph organization. Right now, the student organizes her paragraphs as they come to her. We discussed the importance of keeping a focus (for example, either on the comparison of two works, or on one work alone), and we'll keep working on developing organizational strategies! The student has lots of strong natural writing instincts, but she hasn't gotten much training yet in formal academic writing. We'll use our time together to develop strategies for grammar, sentences, and organizing ideas to help her develop a strong writing voice. Next week, we will review more basic grammatical concepts and will hopefully get a chance to create and look at some new writing samples, since I've only seen a very polished draft thus far. Very much looking forward to working together!
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