Hi [Student Name],
I have never yet had a student email me every day of a semester. I'm not sure it's really appropriate for me to hear the details of your financial situation though I of course sympathize. AAU students have very diverse backgrounds.
I cannot make further exception for your work than what is stated in your accommodation letter. Nor can I alter my grading, as that would be unfair to your fellow students, and also unfair to you. If you do not achieve the skills and abilities necessary to succeed in this class, you will be even less prepared and further disadvantaged in the next level studio. This is the challenge we are facing now, with your having barely passed ARH110 and ARH170. You are now trying to play 'catch-up' on skills you should have mastered in those classes, alongside learning the not-so-simple material of this class alongside. It does not actually do you any "favor" in the long term.
I do see some improvement in your work, but there is no way for me to know ahead of time if you will be able to improve sufficiently to pass this course. I cannot guarantee you a passing grade based on a commitment from you to revise work. Your writing and work does hint at some level of understanding of the architectural issues at hand, but your 'final products' do not evidence at this time sufficient development or understanding in your application of principles to your design or graphic or physical product.
If you seek a more sure path, as I have said previously, perhaps it would be better for you to step back, withdraw from the course and work on your drawing and model-making skills before resuming this class. Especially if the work typically takes you longer. You need to learn ways and find a working method by which you can more smoothly express yourself visually and spatially, so you can move your design process forward. I think you have gotten a good taste of the level of work expected in this studio, and could continue to work on what you need at your own pace.
Find materials that you can more easily manipulate for models - maybe museum board or even paper, wire mesh that you can easily mold.
Find tutorials on model-making - it doesn't have to be 'architectural' model-making. Just learning how to put different materials together.
Graphically, you can practice tracing over drawings and diagrams to sharpen your line-making skills.
You can use CAD software to check your dimensions, scale and proportion.
Find more case studies and study their spaces, drawings and diagrams, and how they are able to communicate their intentions.
Then you would be better prepared to succeed in this class when you feel you are ready.
I am always happy to receive revisions and improvements, and you can resubmit to Late Assignment folder anytime. As I said previously, though, it can not simply boil down to me telling you what to do. Your work should evidence absorption of your learning. I also have an allotted amount of teaching time for the whole class, so cannot be expected to "re-teach" material constantly.
I hope this gives you a clearer picture by which to set your course and efforts. I'm happy to discuss face-to-face online as well. Good luck.