Week of September 23rd:
Monday - Ratio tables
Tuesday - Practice with ratios, rates and proportions
Wednesday - Practice with ratios, rates, and proportions
Thursday - Ratio quiz. Using proportions to convert units of measure.
Friday - Using proportions to convert units of measure from system to system.
Week of September 16th:
Monday - Introduce rates and ratios
Tuesday - Rates notes and practice
Wednesday - Ratios, rates, and unit rates practice (IXL and other resources)
Thursday - Carnival activity (unit rates)
Friday - Finish carnival activity (unit rates)
Week of September 9th:
Monday - Review for unit one test (using IXL and review videos below)
Tuesday - Review for unit one test (using IXL and review videos below)
Wednesday - Unit one test
Thursday - Test corrections - unit one test
Friday - Begin unit two/rates, ratios, and proportions
Week of September 3rd:
Tuesday - Adding and subtracting fractions
Wednesday - Multiplying fractions
Thursday - Dividing fractions
Friday - Practice with all fractions
Week of August 26th:
Monday - Review of adding and subtracting decimals. Begin multiplying decimals.
Tuesday - Review multiplying decimals.
Wednesday - Dividing decimals.
Thursday - Review dividing decimals. Hallway activity to practice all operations with decimals.
Friday - Review of all decimal operations. Decimals quiz
Week of August 19th:
Monday - Distributive property and factoring out with GCF notes
Tuesday - Distributive property and factoring out with GCF practice
Wednesday - Division fluency/long division notes
Thursday - Division fluency/long division practice
Friday - Adding and subtracting with decimals
Week of August 12th:
Monday - Prime and composite numbers/1-100 number chart Prime & Composite Numbers
Tuesday - Greatest common factor and least common multiple
Wednesday - Practice GCF and LCM (see links above)
Thursday - Factors and multiples quiz (has been moved to FRIDAY)
Friday - Introduce distributive property and practice
Week of August 8th:
Thursday - Introductions and review syllabus
Friday - Placement test.
August 8th, 2019
Hello, and welcome to my classroom page. My name is Caitlin Whiten, and this is my third year teaching at Aaron Cohn. I feel extremely blessed to work at a school with such wonderful students, parents, faculty, and staff, and I look forward to strengthening these relationships as my time here continues.
I am passionate about teaching; I love working with students and watching them grow daily. I truly believe that every child wants to learn. It is up to teachers, parents and the surrounding community to help children learn and grow, both as individuals and as whole groups. Human beings are products of their environment and therefore, respond to the influences around them daily. These influences can be both positive and negative, but either of the two can alter the course of a child's life. I believe in "tough love." Children must be challenged daily to learn and grow to become better students, but must also be held accountable for their actions in order to become better citizens. My goal is for my classroom to be a safe place in which students can be comfortable celebrating their successes but also an environment in which we can work together to persevere through the bumps in the road that will occur.
I firmly believe that one of the most important aspects of a parent/guardian-teacher relationship is communication. If there are ever any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
We will have many wonderful experiences and opportunities to learn and grow in the days ahead. My ultimate goal is to help your child grow to reach his or her fullest potential both in and out of the classroom. Again, please feel free to contact me if I can be of service to you and your child. If you need any information about the school, the school website is also a valuable resource.
Aaron Cohn Middle School homepage:
Muscogee County School District homepage:
6th grade math, please find your syllabus below:
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
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