Tutors qualify for and students sign up for tutoring in the following subject offerings. To ensure tutors are able to best support student needs, the following topics and concepts are typically covered per subject offering. Tutors are encouraged to work with students to identify which of the included topics to focus on in sessions.

**1st-grade math**: Counting by 1s, Counting by 10s, Introduction to addition and subtraction up to 20, Introduction to comparing numbers**1st-grade reading and writing**: Retelling stories, Describing characters and major events in a story, Comparing and contrasting the adventures and experiences of characters in stories, Identifying basic similarities in and differences between two texts on the same topic, Reading aloud, Introduction to Opinion pieces, explanatory texts, and narratives**2nd-grade math**: Counting by 2s, Counting by 3s, Counting by 4s, Counting by 5s, Counting by 6s, Counting by 7s, Counting by 8s, Counting by 9s, Counting by 10s, Counting by 25s, Counting by 50s, Counting by 100s, Ordering, Continued comparing numbers, rounding to tens and hundreds, Introduction to addition and subtraction**2nd-grade reading and writing**: Identifying the central message or moral of a passage, Describing the overall structure of a story, Answering*who*,*what*,*where*,*when*,*why*, and*how*about a passage, Comparing two or more versions of the same story, Distinguishing long and short vowels, Prefixes and Suffixes, Using context clues for word recognition, generating written introductions to topics**3rd-grade math:**Continued counting, Continued rounding, Addition and subtraction within a column, Mental addition, Place values, Introduction to multiplication, Introduction to division, Order of operations, Roman numerals**3rd-grade reading and writing**: Distinguishing literal from nonliteral language within narratives, Demonstrating understanding of a passage using textual evidence to support conclusions, Distinguishing one's own point of view from that of the author of a text, Decoding multi-syllable words, Generating supporting reasons for opinion or explanatory texts**4th-grade math:**Continued addition, Continued subtraction, Continued rounding, Continued multiplication, Continued division, Reviews of order of operations, Manipulation of fractions, Introduction to decimals, Lines of symmetry**4th-grade reading and writing**: Drawing inferences from text, Summarizing narratives and explanatory texts, First- vs Third- person narratives, Comparing firsthand and secondhand sources for explanatory passages, Integrating information from related sources on the same topic, Introduction to poetry analysis, Paragraph structure, Introduction and identification of a narrator in text**5th-grade math:**Continued fractions, Introduction to exponents, Introduction to factoring, Introduction to integers, Variables**5th-grade reading and writing**: Quotations, Figurative language such as similes and metaphors, Describing how a narrator's or speaker's point of view influences how events are described, Continued Poetry analysis and creation, Concluding statements for narratives and explanatory texts**6th-grade math**: Area and perimeters of shapes, Proportions, Continued factoring, Continued Exponents, Continued integers, Percentages**6th-grade reading and writing**: Determining figurative, connotative, and technical meanings of words and phrases as they are used in a text, Determining an author's point of view, Providing a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments, Integrating and comparing information presented in different formats, Establishing and maintaining a formal writing style**7th-grade English Language Arts**: Analyze complex texts, novels, short stories, poems, plays, and informational texts, focusing on elements like plot, character development, setting, theme, and point of view. Honing writing skills through various forms including essays, reports, and creative writing. The proper application of grammar in writing covers rules, punctuation, and capitalization.**8th-grade English Language Arts**: Focus on subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, and verb tenses. Learn about punctuation, such as commas, semicolons, and colons. New vocabulary words related to topics such as science, history, and literature. Different parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs, and adjectives.**9th-grade English Language Arts**: Analyze increasingly complex texts for different elements such as, such as plot, character development, setting, theme, and point of view. Practice writing a variety of ways, including essays, reports, and creative writing assignments. Writing different types of essays, including narrative, descriptive, persuasive, and argumentative essays. Different types of creative writing include poems, short stories, and plays. Rules of grammar, vocabulary, and punctuation. Rhetoric, style, and discourse analysis.**10th-grade English Language Arts**: Write different types of essays, including narrative, descriptive, persuasive, and argumentative essays. Rules of grammar, vocabulary, and punctuation. Rhetoric, style, and discourse analysis. American and British literature, world literature, and classic literature. Different genres of literature include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama. Conduct research and use evidence to support their arguments. Evaluate sources, cite their sources, and avoid plagiarism**11th-grade English Language Arts**: Think critically about texts, arguments, and ideas. Learn to identify bias, evaluate evidence, and draw conclusions. Critically analyze and evaluate texts, including news articles, advertisements, and social media posts. Identify the purpose of a text, the author's point of view, and the intended audience. Rhetorical analysis. Literary criticism.**12th-grade English Language Arts**: Grammar, Literature, Composition, Research, Critical thinking, Media literacy, Digital citizenship, Rhetorical analysis, Literary criticism, and Creative writing**Pre-algebra**: Power of 10, Scientific notation, Synthesis of fractions/decimals/percents, Absolute values, Introduction to arithmetic and geometric sequences, Area/perimeter/volume of more complex shapes and containers, Introduction to algebraic expressions, One and two-step equations**Algebra Essentials***: Factors and Multiples, Introduction to Linear Equations, Ratios and Proportions, Exponents and Square Roots, Factoring**Algebra 1**: Interpreting coefficients, One and two step inequalities, Algebraic formulas, Metric conversions, Dimensional analysis, Factoring binomials, Factoring trinomials, Factoring difference of squares, Substitutions and eliminations within equations, Radicals, Quadratic formula, Graphing quadratics, Exponential equations, Calculating the rates of change**Algebra 2**: Complex number operations, Operations with polynomials, Polynomial division and equations, Exponential equations, Introduction to logarithms, Inverse functions**Geometry**: Properties of geometric shapes, Congruence, Mathematical similarity, Solving for sides and angles of geometric shapes, Equations and Proofs of lines and circles**Pre-Calculus**: Linear functions and equations, Complex numbers, Vertices, Matrix operations, Trigonometric identities and equations, Vector operations, Continued logarithms**Calculus**: Limits, Derivatives, Continuity, Optimization, Reimann Sums**Statistics**: Presentation and graphing various data models, Conditional probability, Data regression**Biology**: Understanding cells, genetics, viruses, and the human body.**Chemistry**: Scientific processes, atoms, and the periodic table, structure of matter and its properties, chemical reactions, quantitative relationships using the mole, rates of reactions, equilibrium, energy transformation, nuclear energy, and electromagnetic radiation.**Physics**: The laws and applications of motion, forces, and gravity. The processes of work and energy. The laws of thermodynamics. sound and light waves. The principles of electricity and magnetism.**SAT Subject Mastery - Math**: the content covered by math segment of the SAT test**SAT Subject Mastery - Reading and Writing**: the content covered by verbal and essay segments of the SAT test

*Students signing up for Algebra Essentials are expecting *all* included topics to be addressed

Please note: A student's grade level may or may not line up with the subject matter for which they are receiving tutoring.