A New School Year

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by Intern

Well, a new school year is upon us. All 4 One Tutoring is prepping for another awesome and meaningful school for our clients and potential clients. We are so excited!

We began to test our iPads, tablets, and headphones. They get the most usage in our after-school program. We do so many engaging and enriching activities with them!

Testing, testing

Collaboration

Pairing activities not only engages students, but they also show how students can support on another to complete a task or assignment.

Pairing activity

School Supplies

For those school-aged clients who participated in our summer learning tutoring, we supplied them with a back-to-school package. We want to send them starting the new school year on the right foot.

Supplies

All 4 One Tutoring LLC 's mission is to educate and empower those who want to have a positive social change and succeed to the best of his or her ability.

Spanish I Course 

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by Staff Contributor 

We’re so excited! We’re little over a week away from the launch of our Spanish I online course. We are using the Thinkific platform to deliver a wonderful engaging and learning environment. 

The course will use vocabulary and language structure through a series of activities designed for realistic communication which will allow you to achieve reading, spoken, written Spanish language skills.  

Be on the lookout for our Spanish I online course. You can go to our website on launch date July 10th! We have a demo here.

Put Commas After Your Periods

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We were honored to listen to United States Congressman Elijah Cummings, who was a keynote speaker, at a graduation ceremony last night. Congressman Cummings geared his speech towards education and succeeding. A profound statement that resonated in his speech about education, determination, and success was:

Put a comma (,) after your periods (.).

~Elijah Cummings

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How Do You Learn Best? “In teaching others, we teach ourselves.” ~ Latin Proverb

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by Charice Wofford, CEO

 

One of the tutors at All 4 One Tutoring told me that during a session with one of our clients he asked the client, “What helps you to retain information/skills the best?” The client, who is a young college student in Poland, stated that he learns best by showing or teaching others what he has learned or gained so far. I thought this was great and profound, because I do believe that by teaching others you teach yourself. 

A few months ago, when I spoke to a student in one of my Spanish classes at a private university I teach at, he told me that by helping his son with his Spanish, helped him. These shared stories reminds me of a Latin proverb: 

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Math Word Problems

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When trying to solve word problems, look for keys words that show which mathematical operation to use (ex. total = addition, product = multiplication, difference = subtraction), know how to distinguish necessary information from unnecessary information, and finally, know what you’re asked to solve. ‪

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Run-On Sentence

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By Charice Wofford CEO

A run-on sentence is a common error in writing. First of all, a run-on sentence is two or more independent clauses that run together without proper punctuation.

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Example:

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To correct a run-on sentence, you can make the independent clauses that are running together separate sentences. Make sure you have punctuation. You can also use a comma (,) with a conjunction. The most commonly used conjunctions are and, but, so, or, and yet. Lastly, you can use a semi-colon to correct a run-on sentence. Using these three methods will help you eliminate run-sentences and become a better writer.

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