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Tutor profile: Ava S.

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Ava S.
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Subject: Writing

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Edit this sentence: The morning air was fresh, and the sun was just peaking over the top of the small row of terraced houses, as Mark heaved his bin bag out onto the pavement ready for collection later that day. His neighbor, Anne stood in her front garden with a warm cup of tea and she smiled as she saw him. ‘Thanks for helping out at the stall at the villlage fair on Saturday,’ she said. ‘I hope it didn’t put you off us all!’. ‘Not a problem. I’m new to Middleton, as you know, and it was really nice to join in. I think I’m going to like it here.’

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Answer:

The morning air was fresh, and the sun was just peaking (Should be peeking) over the top of the small row of terraced houses, as Mark heaved his bin bag out onto the pavement ready for collection later that day. His neighbor, Anne (There should be another comma after Anne) stood in her front garden with a warm cup of tea and she smiled as she saw him. ‘Thanks for helping out at the stall at the villlage (Only two L's in village) fair on Saturday,’ she said. ‘I hope it didn’t put you off us all!’. (Delete the period after the quotation) ‘Not a problem. I’m new to Middleton, as you know, and it was really nice to join in. I think I’m going to like it here.’

Subject: Study Skills

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What are your top recommended study techniques?

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Ava S.
Answer:

All of these techniques are proven to be the most effective when it comes to effective learning: - Answering sample test questions - Spaced out study sessions - Creating a comfortable environment

Subject: Literature

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How do I identify the theme(s) in the book I'm currently reading?

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Answer:

Finding the theme(s) of any piece of writing can be completed in 5 simple steps: 1. Summarize the plot of the book with consideration for the specific plot points included in every piece of writing (The exposition, the conflict, the rising action, the climax, the falling action, and the resolution). 2. Identify what the subject of the story is. 3. Identify how the protagonist changed throughout the story and/or what lesson the protagonist learned by the end of the story. 4. Make a connection between the plot and how the protagonist changed throughout the story. 5. Create a statement based on the previous step. It's important to remember that the theme is the underlying idea expressed through a story and can not be expressed in just one word.

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