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Tutor profile: Lilia C.

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Lilia C.
Tutor in English and student dance teacher
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Subject: Study Skills

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What are some ways to organize assignments?

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Answer:

One way would be to organize by due date. Completing assignments that are due the earliest gives more time for those that are due later. This also helps to see which days may be busier than others which allows for more relaxed free time. Another way to stay organized is to complete assignments by subject. Grouping work together helps one to stay on task without having to switch back and forth between subjects.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between the subject and the object of a sentence?

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The subject is what performs the action. The object is what receives the action. Ex: Maddy puts on her shoes. "Maddy" is the subject and "her shoes" is the object.

Subject: Dance

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Question:

True or False: When warming up before dancing it is not necessary to keep the core engaged as no difficult skills are involved yet.

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Answer:

False. The core should always be engaged even during warm up. This helps to prevent injury and gives proper alignment that will help in all forms of dance.

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