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Microbiology Tutoring review by Terrence in Laguna Niguel, CA
We covered the new topic we only touched on previously last week, thermochemistry, for this session. I went over the different concepts and major equations that he needed to use over the session and then quizzed him on it. He was able to do very well actually, and showed great improvement from the previous week although he still seemed to be getting back into it. We even went ahead of his class schedule which hopefully will keep him up to date on his work.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Julia in Laguna Niguel, CA
This morning the student studied the Solar System in his online homeschool curriculum, completing Unit 9 Lessons 6 through 9 and 11. Lesson 6 presented a lot of information where the student and I took turns reading the online notes aloud. Solar systems exist throughout the universe -- planets orbiting and warmed by stars (suns). Our solar system has 8 planets, moons, asteroids, comets and meteors, gas and dust, and the Sun, which contains 99% of the mass of the system. The Sun emits energy (including light and heat) that is necessary for life to exist. Looking back in history, Ptolemy of Greece proclaimed the Earth as the center of the universe with the Sun, stars and planets revolving around us (geocentric universe). He imagined complicated orbits called epicycles to explain reverse movements. In the mid 1500's the mistake was corrected by Copernicus who saw that the sun is the center of our celestial system (heliocentric universe). Kepler discovered the planets orbit in ellipses, not perfect circles. In 2006 Pluto lost its status as a planet because it is too small; it is one of many "dwarf planets." The student then learned the solar system formed from the clumping of gas and dust due to gravity; our sun formed when matter heated up enough to create nuclear fusion. The planets also formed by clumping of matter. 4.6 billion years ago, when the Earth formed, there was a period of major bombardment by huge and smaller meteors. The student looked at the Deep Field Survey picture taken by the Hubble Telescope, and learned that as far back in space and time as we can see, there are tens of thousands of galaxies. Lesson 7: The Inner Planets described Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. Earth is the largest and the only world we know of that has life. The inner planets are rocky with metal cores. Lesson 8: The Outer Planets taught about Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. These planets are made mostly of hydrogen and helium -- the gas planets. If Jupiter were more massive and compact it would be a star! Between the inner and outer planets lies an asteroid belt. Saturn is the least dense of the planets with beautiful rings. Uranus spins on its side, with a horizontal axis. Lesson 9: Seasons explained that the tilt of the Earth on its axis creates the seasons. Where the sun's light rays hit the Earth at an angle they are more spread out. Finally the student completed Lesson 11: Asteroids, Comets and Meteors by filling in a chart in the workbook, and comparing and contrasting these celestial objects. All orbit the sun, comets have "tails" and meteors can hit the Earth (like the one that killed the dinosaurs). The student likes learning about space and gets extra information from the Internet to support understanding. This session he saw pictures of the Hubble Telescope and nebula. He was directed to websites for further study.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Talia in Laguna Niguel, CA
The student has taken a test and a quiz since the last time we met; he received a 96% on the test we studied for on solutions, solubility and concentration, and a 97% on a quiz on his new material on acid-base chemistry. He has a test tomorrow in chemistry on this topic so we reviewed all of the material to make sure that he keeps up with these amazing grades. He was given a review sheet to fill out on acid-base chemistry, and this is what we were working from for today's review. The worksheet was missing the actual definition of acids and bases, so I showed him the three different definitions: Arrhenius, Bronsted- Lowry, and Lewis. The student was able to recite all 6 common characteristics of both acids and bases as well as give me the equation for pH and pOH. Again, the worksheet was missing the actual definition of what pH and pOH measure, so we briefly went over this as well so that he has a better understanding of acid-base chemistry. I asked him to name many different acids for me, and he seemed to know the naming conventions very well. We did a full range of calculation problems using pH, pOH, and Kw, and I tried to give him problems from every angle possible. Lastly, I asked him to give me the products and balance the equation of an acid-base reaction. He got every product and balancing question correct without any sort of struggle. We spent our time together going over everything so thoroughly that I am confident he will receive another high A on this test, if not a perfect score. I am definitely seeing a huge improvement in his performance, which is great to see!
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Ruth in Laguna Niguel, CA
Today the student and I reviewed some of her chemistry review in preparation for her upcoming test. We focused on determining net ionic equations for reactions, involving salts in double displacement reactions. We are working on remembering charges on ions in order to appropriately balance equations. She has been doing great with the solubility rules.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Andreina in Laguna Niguel, CA
When doing problems, the student really understand the material. Today we covered the exam material, along with some exam taking techniques. I made sure to give her extra practice for homework.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by John in Laguna Niguel, CA
During this session, states/ types of matter, the periodic table, anatomy of atoms, molecules, electron configuration, and electronic/ orbital diagrams of elements were reviewed using the book as a reference.
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