It takes a lot to do well in biology. Moving up the curriculum can be a challenge and if students don't jump in with both feet it's easy to fall behind. Catching up while others move on to a completely different area can cause a serious drop in motivation. While most students manage to stay afloat and get the grades they want, it doesn't have to be such an uphill battle.
It takes a lot to do well in biology. Moving up the curriculum can be a challenge and if students don't jump in with both feet it's easy to fall behind.
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Talking aloud works the best in terms of seeing what Priyal is thinking and what she's willing to share. She responds well to pen to paper but struggles to question herself. Being wrong isn't the problem, rather self confidence is something that can be built upon. There's always a clear divide between what she understands and what she doesn't and no laziness either.
6.8.18- is slowly building tin confidence and with more confidence the attitude and effort will improve. 13.8.18- all homework and Revision Notebook up to date. 24.8.18- good attitude and puts in effort towards her tutorials. 27.8.18- Has adopted good working habits, less distractions and a good attitude towards the subject.
For the general questions she seems to be very capable however when presented with complicated diagrams she often struggles to extract key information. In order to rectify this I have suggested her to use different colours or to break up the diagram into smaller sections.
I thought you might be pleased to hear our daughter, Arizona, is very, very happy with Lawrence's tutoring. It has been a meaningful development for her, albeit there is a great deal of fundamental work to do to bring her up to where she really needs to be. Thank you for your support with this.
Just a short note to let you know we will be finishing off with Alex today, as Penelope sits her HSC maths paper tomorrow. He has been a terrific help and I would be thrilled to recommend him if you need any references.
All is well. We agree it can take some time to settle in, but having Meg has already improved the children's routine and helped up with homework. The plan is to increase the time that she comes to 1 and a half hours. We are looking at then continuing that through next year.