A little late posting this...that's what happens when there isn't a consistent pattern to the week.
There was no school on Monday, as it was Labor Day , and there was no school on Friday because it was a half-day at my daughter's high school (and it's too difficult to get the classes in before I have to pick up her sister).
So here are the classes taught on Wednesday:
IGCSE Maths (0580)
Pemberton, (2012) Essential Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE: Extended, [ISBN 9780199128747] p. 425
How we covered the material:Worked together on the exercises 16 -20 but skipped 16 and 17 when it became apparent that triangle theories had not been extensively covered (will do these later with trigonometry).
How I judged knowledge/skill acquisition: this was minimal (!) as we were both stuck on how to solve the upper and lower bounds when calculating problems. The book didn't give worked examples for the solutions, so we had to search online.
IGCSE History (0580)
Cantrell, J. (2013) 20th Century History for Cambridge IGCSE [ISBN 9780199136360] pp. 156 - 189
McCleavy (2005) Twentieth Century History: International Relations since 1919 [ISBN 9780521893503]pp. 8 - 9
Shepperson (Ed.) (2003) GCSE History: Complete Revision and Practice [ISBN 9781841463759], pp. 15 - 28
How we covered the material: Using the same materials as before, we continued to discuss the topic of the First World War.
How I judged knowledge/skill acquisition: through discussion for topics raised from the chapter content. Introduced the concept of provenance and asked for consideration of provenance each time sources were discussed.