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Tutor profile: Jillian D.

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Jillian D.
K-12 Spanish Teacher with Double Major in Spanish & Psychology
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Subject: SAT II Spanish

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Question:

En los espacios, escriba el adjectivo posesivo correcto de cada frase: Yo tengo un perro. ____ perro tiene cinco años. A ____ perro, le encanta la carne y ____ pasatiempo favorito es jugar. ____ perro es negro y ____ ojos son verdes.

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Yo tengo un perro. MI perro tiene cinco años. A MI perro, le encanta la carne y SU pasatiempo favorito es jugar. MI perro es negro y SUS ojos son verdes.

Subject: Spanish

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Escriba cinco frases sobre ti para describir tu trabajo, familia y tus pasatiempos.

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Answer:

Me llamo Jillian DeBarba y yo soy una maestra de Español. En mi familia, hay mi esposo (William), mis padres, mi hermano, mis abuelos y muchos primos. También, tengo una gata y ella tiene casi dos años. En mi tiempo libre, me gustan cocinar, leer y pasar tiempo con mi familia y mi mascota.

Subject: Psychology

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Describe the concept of human working memory and how it interacts with long term memory.

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Answer:

Working memory is our temporary memory capacity and is often referred to as the "workbench of human memory". A human's working memory is constantly receiving thousands of stimuli, most of which never even enter our consciousness. The brain decides which of these stimuli are most important to pay attention to, and these stimuli are the ones sent to the "workbench" to be processed. Once the processing has begun, we are then able to mentally examine and manipulate the information as necessary. A great example of this is when someone reads off a phone number to you. A strategy for remembering that phone number is to repeat it silently to yourself over and over again until you are able to write it down or dial it on your phone. The process of repeating the digits over and over again to yourself is a great example of this "mental workbench" in action. If the information of this particular phone number is "rehearsed" enough or with enough frequency, over time it will pass into our long-term memory store. Our long-term memory store is where the information we have encountered throughout our entire lives that we have committed to memory is embedded in an endless network of interconnected neurons. These millions of pieces of information are organized very carefully by the human brain so that they can be recalled as needed from our long-term memory. When a particular piece of information from our long-term memory is recalled, it is once again brought into our working memory capacity so that it can be processed and/or manipulated accordingly.

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