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Ms. Wilson 

Email: Baylie.Wilson@misd.org

Phone: 936-276-4300 Ext. 84639

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7:20-8:08

8:12-8:57

9:01-9:46

9:50-9:35

10:35-11:05

11:09-12:13

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Me

Howdy! I am a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies specializing in math and science for fourth through eighth grades. I was fortunate enough to complete my student teaching at Montgomery Junior High School teaching eighth grade algebra. After receiving my Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A&M in 2016, I accepted a position teaching fourth grade math and science at Lone Star Elementary. I also taught two years of fifth grade math at Lone Star, so this will be my third year teaching and my first year at Oak Hills Junior High! I strive to create a classroom that inspires critical thinking and a love for learning. I am excited see my students have an awesome year here at OHJH and grow in their knowledge of science! 

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To join Remind for class updates and information...

Text: @wilson-6th 

To: 81010

Ms. Wilson

6th Grade Science

Dear Parents and Students,

            Welcome to 6th grade science! I am very excited about this school year, and I anticipate great things. I have high expectations for my students and my goal is to provide a positive, structured environment for learning and to make learning about science fun. Listed below are some expectations for my classroom, as well as some consequences that will be enforced daily.

I.             Classroom Rules

     a.    Come to class on time with all needed supplies for science

     b.    Respect the teacher, classroom, and other students

     c.    You may not disrupt the learning process with actions or words. Talk with permission, stay in your seat, and pay attention.

     d.    ALL electronic devices (including cell phones) should be put away until permission has been given to use them throughout the lesson.

     e.    Have a positive attitude (learn from your mistakes and never give up!)

Consequences

     a.    Verbal warning

     b.    Student/Teacher Conference

     c.    Call home to Parent

     d.    Disciplinary Referral

*** If a student is severely disruptive (ex. Fighting, using inappropriate language, etc.) he/she will be sent to an assistant principal immediately.

II.            Classroom Daily Routine

     a.    Pick up papers at designated place.

     b.    Sharpen pencils, turn in papers

     c.    Begin warm up/go over warm-up

     d.    Begin lesson/lab

III.          Daily Supplies

     a.    Pencil

     b.    Composition book (for notes and labs)

     c.    Folder

     d.    Ear buds (With wires)

IV.          Grades

     a.    Daily grades (homework, classwork, journals, warm-ups) = 10%

     b.    Labs and quizzes = 30%

     c.    Major grades (tests and projects) = 60 %

     d.    **** Work turned in with no name will NOT be graded

V.           Late Work

     a.    Work turned in late will have points deducted. Once an assignment is complete, turn in immediately

VI.          Make up Work

     a.    If you are absent, you have the number of days absent plus one day to turn in all assignments (See Student Handbook).

     IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ASK FOR YOUR ABSENT WORK.

VII.        Warm-ups

     a.    We will have a warm-up activity everyday. It is the student’s responsibility to get missed warm-ups from peers if they are absent. Warm-ups will be written in notebooks. Periodic quizzes will be used to grade warm-ups.  

VIII.       Calendar/Agenda/Restroom

     a.    Students are responsible for keeping up with assignments. Each Monday, our weekly agenda will be posted on the board. Students may also check my website for assignments.

     b.    There is plenty of time between classes to take care of restroom business. Emergencies do arise and they will be dealt with dealt with on case by case basis. However, you MUST have a restroom pass before I grant you to leave my class. You will be allowed three restroom passes every six weeks.

IX.          Seating Chart

     a.    Students will have assigned seats. Seating assignments will change periodically.

X.           Contact Information

     a.    Please feel free to email me at baylie.wilson@misd.org or leave a message at (936)-276-4300            ext. 84426

     b.    Sign up for Remind. I will communicate tests and assignments through Remind as well as my website.

It is going to be a great year!

-Ms. Wilson


Helpful Links to Study for the Oct. 31st Test!

Kahoot Review

STUDY STACK Metal, Nonmetal, Metalloids & Density

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*These are PRACTICE not the actual quiz or test

Helpful Links to Study for the Oct. 3rd Test!

Kahoot Review

STUDY STACK FORMATION OF NEW SUBSTANCE

Flashcards https://www.studystack.com/inewflashcard-2883614

Study Stack https://www.studystack.com/istudystack-2883614

Matching      https://www.studystack.com/ipicmatch-2883614

Study Table   http://www.studystack.com/istudytable-2883614

Hangman  https://www.studystack.com/ihangman-2883614

Bug Match  https://www.studystack.com/ibugmatch-2883614

Crossword  https://www.studystack.com/icrossword-2883614

Hungry Bug  https://www.studystack.com/ihungrybug-2883614

Type In  http://www.studystack.com/ifillin-2883614

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Chopped  https://www.studystack.com/ichoppedupwords-2883614

*Practice Quiz https://www.studystack.com/iquiz-2883614

*Practice Test  https://www.studystack.com/itest-2883614

*These are PRACTICE not the actual quiz or test

Helpful Links to Study for the September 18th Test!

https://create.kahoot.it/share/elements-compounds-review/2e621e88-bc97-4c11-9ee9-541b33b8c739

STUDY STACK FOR ELEMENTS and COMPOUNDS TEST

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Matching   https://www.studystack.com/ipicmatch-2859860 

Study Table   http://www.studystack.com/istudytable-2859860

Hangman  https://www.studystack.com/ihangman-2859860

Bug Match  https://www.studystack.com/ibugmatch-2859860

Crossword  https://www.studystack.com/icrossword-2859860

Hungry Bug  https://www.studystack.com/ihungrybug-2859860

Type In  http://www.studystack.com/ifillin-2859860

Unscramble https://www.studystack.com/iwordscramble-2859860

Chopped  https://www.studystack.com/ichoppedupwords-2859860

*Practice Quiz https://www.studystack.com/iquiz-2859860

*Practice Test  https://www.studystack.com/itest-2859860

 

Safety Quiz Kahoot Review

Safety Tools Quizlet

Helpful Links to Study for the September 5th Test!

 

Kahoot Test Review

Scientific Method, Measurement, and Lab Tools Test Review (Kahoot Option 2


Flashcards https://www.studystack.com/inewflashcard-2840660

Study Stack  https://www.studystack.com/istudystack-2840660

Matching  https://www.studystack.com/istudymatch-2840660

Study Table  http://www.studystack.com/istudytable-2840660

Bug Match  https://www.studystack.com/ibugmatch-2840660

Crossword  https://www.studystack.com/icrossword-2840660

Hungry Bug https://www.studystack.com/ihungrybug-2840660

Type In http://www.studystack.com/ifillin-2840660

Unscramble  https://www.studystack.com/iwordscramble-2840660

Chopped https://www.studystack.com/ichoppedupwords-2840660

*Practice Quiz https://www.studystack.com/iquiz-2840660

*Practice Test https://www.studystack.com/itest-2840660

*These are PRACTICE not the actual quiz or test

Remind:

Text: @wilson-8th

To: 81010

Study Guide Chemical Reactions Test on 10/17

Chemical Reactions Review

Study Guide Chemical Reactions Quiz on 10/15

***Know how what to look for when a new substance has been formed

***Know the Law of Conservation of Mass

***Know evidence of a chemical reaction

***Coefficient – The number at the front of an element in a chemical equation

***Subscript -  The small number behind the element in a chemical equation

 

Periodic Table and Chemical Formulas Review

Element Research Links

Chem 4 Kids

Ducksters Periodic Table

About Chemistry

Science & Technology

WebElements

Chemical Elements

Chemicool    (cost)

Los Alamos research   (cost)

Instagram About Me page:

Needs to have...
3 colored pictures and one profile picture (10pts each, total 40 points)
One caption for each picture (10pts each)
Looks like Instagram profile page (30pts)

Grading Policy:

Major Grades: 60% 

  • Unit Test & Projects

Quiz & Lab Grades: 30%

  • Progress Monitoring, Post Assessment, & Explore Journal Pages

Daily Grades: 10%

  • Activities done in Notebook & Homework 

 Late Work:   

  • Homework and daily assignments are NOT accepted late.
  • Major Grades:
    • 1 Day Late- Highest grade of 89
    • 2 Days Late- Highest grade of 79
    • 3 or more days late- Highest grade of a 69

Classroom Rules:

  1. Be on time, on task, and prepared to learn every day.
  2. Personal electronics are for educational purposes only.
  3. Be responsible for your own learning.
  4. Respect the teacher, the classroom, and other students.
  5. Trash goes in the trashcan.

Hall Pass Procedure:

- Students will receive three restroom breaks a six weeks.

- Students are responsible of keeping up with their passes each six weeks.


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Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning.  This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.

 

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