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Fourth Grade Math Crash Course- Fall 2022 Start
Once per week
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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NOTE: this is a 1-on-1 tutoring class to prep the student for fourth grade Math. It is presumed your student knows MOST of the Multiplication tables 1-100, or will be practicing them over the Summer. In this 4-week class students will practice the skills learned in the early weeks of 4th grade. Speaking of "practice", the only way to learn is to practice. So I will expect students to practice during the week. Week 1 - Numbers in the tens & hundreds thousands: place value, adding,...
Students will: 1. Practice place value and rounding numbers. 2. Add and subtract numbers in the tens and hundreds thousand. 3. Students will multiply 2 & 3-digit numbers and regroup. 4. Understand & practice "long division".
It has now been almost 15 years ago that I found my calling - my niche`. Since then I have been teaching or tutoring elementary and middle school students in every subject with a focus upon Math. My particular specialty of teaching the Multiplication Tables came in very handy as public schools reduced this emphasis. I am also TESL certified through two companies. For the last five years I have been online or face-to-face tutoring Math and Language Arts to elementary and middle school students. In that span I have taught over 3,000 lessons. Positive encouragement and creating opportunities for student success, within a flexible structure, are driving forces in my classroom.
To learn Math requires practice, so if needed homework is a possibility - AARRGGHH! (but just a 1-page handout)
HAVING a device that can use the ZOOM whiteboard is a major plus for your student. I use the Zoom whiteboard often. Plus, it is a good investment for the school year. Also, having a pencil and paper available is a good idea for when technology breaks :) .
Assessment takes places as the student cooperates, participates in the lesson, and answers the Math questions. If homework is assigned I will ask that it be sent to me for review prior to the next class.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
> "Go Math!" textbooks for California & Florida > "Big Ideas Math" > Khan Academy (Youtube) > Ehow (Math site via Youtube
Providing positive encouragement and opportunities for student success in a flexible structure
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Education just seems to be in my blood. My grandmother, mother, father, sister, brother, niece and sister-in-law have all been educators. Mine began in the business world as I trained adults, wrote curriculum, created department procedures and...