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Tutor profile: Kaitlyn B.

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Kaitlyn B.
K-8 Teacher /Pre-K to 4th Special Education Teacher
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Subject: Writing

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What are some ways that you can transition your stories in writing?

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Answer:

Use sentence starters like first, then, last, next, etc. These sentence starters support sequence writing.

Subject: Basic Math

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Multiplication is a difficult topic to grasp for many young learners. What are some strategies that can be used to help support multiplication skills?

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Answer:

There can be a variety of different strategies. However, there a four strategies that are commonly used in school. Repeated Addition (2 + 2 + 2 = 6) 3 groups of 2. Making Models (Create three circles and insert two dots in each circle) Arrays (Create a rows and columns using the multiplication equation) Manipulatives (using hands-on objects to create groups)

Subject: Literature

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There are several forms of figurative language in literature. What form of figurative language is used in literature to express exaggeration, that should not be taken seriously? Example: "I am so hungry I could eat a horse!"

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Answer:

The answer to the following question: A Hyperbole. A hyperbole is a sarcastic or exaggerated comment/sentence used in literature to represent a feeling/emotion a character may have.

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