## Stay Connected.

THANK YOU.

***Visit Infinite Campus for grade updates, minimum once per week. If you are having difficulty with creating an account, please contact Mrs. Callaway or Ms. Griffith for assistance ASAP!

***Visit Edmodo- Teachers share content, distribute quizzes, assignments, and manage communication with students and parents. You will find helpful links, videos, PowerPoint and dialogue.

The Edmodo Codes:

Math- mu2eke

Science- 98m3ut

English Language Arts- fu5tpm

Social Studies- iusvgm

*** The preferred method of communication is email.

Nicole.Clark.lpa@gmail.com (Mrs.Clark- Math Teacher)

Alvinique.Phillips.lpa@gmail.com (Ms.Phillips- Science Teacher)

Robert.Arnold.lpa@gmail.com (Mr.Arnold- Social Studies Teacher)

## Mr. Arnold's Social Studies Class

• Please bring all supplies for Social Studies class and the willingness to work.

## Mr. Adams' English/Language Arts Class

• Students must return to school on Tuesday, January 5th with their ROUGH DRAFT of the book that they will publish.

## Ms.Phillips' Science Class

• Review vocabulary words from the final exam study guide.

## Mrs.Clark's Math Class

• Students must bring their Carnegie Learning Vol.1 Textbook and math notebook.
• Preview Lessons 7.5 and 7.6 in the Carnegie Learning Student Textbook.
• Preview notes are available on p.526-528 in the student textbook.

Lesson 7.5 DIFFERENT WAYS- Multiple Representations of Algebraic Expressions

***Learning Goals- Use verbal descriptions, diagrams, algebraic expressions, tables, and graphs to represent problem.

Lesson 7.6 THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY-

***Learning Goals- Use multiple representations to analyze and solve problems.

6.EE EXPRESSIONS and EQUATIONS

Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic to algebraic expressions.

2. Write, read, and evaluate expressions in which letters stand for numbers.

Reason about and solve one-variable equations and inequalities.

6. Use variables to represent numbers and write expressions when solving a real-world or mathematical problem; understand that a variable can represent an unknown number.

IXL Practice-Students are expected to practice on IXL daily. If students have misplaced their login information, please email me for the information beginning 1/5/16.