Degrees and Certifications:
Lamar University- 2004 Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a certification in 4-8 Mathematics, 4-8 English and Language Arts, 6-12 Family and Consumer Science, 4-8 English as a Second Language
Ms. Kristen Tate
Hello Warriors! I am a 6th grade math teacher at Port Neches Middle School. This is my second year as an Indian, but my 16th year teaching 6th grade math. I graduated from Lamar University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. I have certifications in 4-8 Mathematics, 4-8 English and Language Arts, English as a Second Language, and 6-12 Family and Consumer Science.
This year I will be teaching 6th grade math, 6th grade Accelerated Math, and 6th grade Character Counts.
If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call.
This year my math class will be using spiral notebooks for math class. Our journals are interactive and help the students to learn to use their notes as a resource for class.
In addition to the school supply list, please purchase a RED SPIRAL. I would appreciate this so much!
Unit 8 Videos
8.2 Write Equations
Unit 7 Videos
Unit 6 Videos
6.1 Algebraic Tables
Unit 5 Videos
5.4 Percent Bars
5.5/5.6 Percent of a Number
Unit 4 Videos
4.3 Ratio Tables
Unit 3 Videos
3.1 Adding Integers
3.4 Divide Integers
Monday, October 19 Video: Subtracting Integers...Sub Video
Unit 2 Videos
2.1/2.2 Mult/Div by Powers of 10
2.3/2.4 Multiplying Fractions
2.5/2.6 Dividing Fractions
7:45-8:10 -- Tutorials
1st period -- 6th grade Accelerated Math
2nd period -- 6th grade Math
3rd period -- 6th grade Character Counts
4th period -- Lunch
5th period -- 6th Grade Math
6th period -- Conference
7th period -- 6th grade Math
8th period -- Study Hall
9th period -- 6th grade Math
1. Be in seat when tardy bell rings.
2. Please bring all supplies to class.
3. Write Agenda.
4. Complete Warm up and Number of the Day.
5. Have homework or completed zero page out ready to pass up.
Class Rules: Always try your best; Respect the teacher, other students, and yourself.