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Dear Parents/Guardians:

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Audubon Middle School. I am so excited to work with your child(ren) for the 2014-2015 school year. I would like to take the time to introduce myself and the curriculum students will be using this year. I am Ms. Lee Williams and I am your child’s teacher for 6th grade Math and Science. It is my goal that we work together supporting your child and helping them to meet their Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and educational goals.
 

Recent Posts

Our trip to Discovery Cube, LA

Students were able to visit Discovery cube to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. They participated in various activities and completed the "Build an Earthquake Safe Sturcture" challenge. The students learned a lot and even got a chance to ice skate with the Los Angeles Kings! It was a great time to be had by all!

Magnet Program Highlights

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Students are working on their region models using T4T (trash for teachers) materials as their culminating task for our Plate Tectonics unit.

Pangaea and the Theory of Continental Drift

This week students have been learning about Plate Boundaries and Alfred Weagner's Theory of Continental Drift. Students created Pangaea the "Super Continent"! Students are continuously working on their region models which is their culminating task to end out our unit on Plate Tectonics.
 
NEXT WEEK: Students will be taking the Science Interim Assessment. Let's make sure they are studying at home and wish them success! See you next week! Enjoy your weekend! No School Tuesday, November 11, 2014 (Veteran's Day).
 

Dividing Fractions by Fractions using visual models

This week students have been learning how to divide fractions by fractions using fraction bars. Fractions bars can be found online or created. We created a some fraction bars in class and I have class sets of fraction bars for students to use. Their homework for this week was learning how to use the fraction bars with limited questions, group work, videos and lots of examples. Next week your child will begin more independent work. Wishing you and your child a great weekend as we go into Friday. See you next week!