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Session Summaries by Middle School Math Tutors

Middle School Math Tutoring review by Tricia in Chicago, IL
Worked through assessment test problems. Specifics included, measurements of angles, probability, conversions.
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Middle School Math Tutoring review by MacKenzie in Chicago, IL
The student and I practiced problems this week using some online math games. She is quick to catch any mistakes, and usually able to correct herself without too much help.
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Middle School Math Tutoring review by Mark in Chicago, IL
In this session, we reviewed more of the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers. We also went over order of operation. The student knew how to do the integers, but he wanted more practice. I gave him some problems such as -2+3, -30-45, and 25 -(-25). He did not have any problems with all of the four types of integers. Next, I introduced order of operations. He forgot how he did it, and I showed him the steps. I told him that he needed to remember the order that he was going to do the problem; PEMDAS (parentheses, exponent, multiplication or division, and addition or subtraction). I told him that when he gets to the multiplication or division and the addition or subtraction part, he needs to do the operations from left to right. He understood it and was able to do them correctly. He was not struggling with anything nor were there are concerns from this session. I did not leave him with any extra practice, because he understood the material. He did a great job.
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Middle School Math Tutoring review by Dae in Chicago, IL
Student 1 and I started covering Algebra 1 material with linear equations. We covered the format of linear equations (y=mx+b), how it is represented in a graph, and what the variables in the equation represent. He had some difficulty initially with formatting the equation and the steps involved, so we worked through a couple of practice problems, going over how to format. For this session, I introduced an online source that has outlined material covering algebra 1 and practice tests. He is much more engaged using online sources as opposed to pencil and paper. By the end of the session, he was more confident with solving linear equations, and I will continue to incorporate online sources to the lesson. For Student 2's session, we worked through some fraction addition problems. She had no problem adding fractions with the same denominator but had some trouble adding fractions with different denominators. I did a couple of example problems to demonstrate finding the least common denominator and then we worked through a couple of problems step by step. By the end of the session, she was more confident finding the LCD, adding and simplifying the sum, and I gave her the worksheet to keep for notes or for practice. Practice problems should help with understanding the steps needed.
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Middle School Math Tutoring review by Robert in Chicago, IL
We went over exercises involving order of operations. By the end of the session, the student demonstrated she understood the work by performing the exercises correctly.
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Middle School Math Tutoring review by Sean in Chicago, IL
We went through various number properties (least and greatest common multiples and factors). The student didn't have much trouble with these at all. There were only a couple of conceptual problems that he had some hesitation about (e.g., what are x and y if the greatest common factor is 11?). I gave him some pointers on how to use the figures to work the problem out, and he saw how this could work to his advantage. We ended the session with his reading homework, focusing on the what was said/what happened/what the protagonist thought in A Wrinkle in Time. He was able to relay back the narrative throughout a chapter, and I gave him some other points to think about in terms of what was important in the plot progression (e.g., what new experiences/knowledge did Meg gain? [witnessing the 'black thing']). He jotted down various other notes about the characters in the chapter that were important and distinct as well. He doesn't have much trouble here.
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