Cathy Taylor
Middle School Mathematics
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Cathy Taylor  ad her husband, Kyle Taylor
This is me...

Education

·         Educational Specialist in Gifted Education - University of South Alabama

·         Masters of Science in Secondary Math Education - University of South Alabama

·         Bachelors of Science in Secondary Math Education - University of Mobile

·         Honors Diploma Graduate - Citronelle High School -'84

Experience

·         I have over 30 years of experience in teaching and tutoring math.

·         In 1988-89 and 1990-91, I taught math at Theodore Middle School.

·         From August 1990 - June 2016, I taught math at Satsuma High. I consider this my home. I retired after 28 years in the State system, 26 years of which were at Satsuma High.

·         From 2017-2019, I worked for Saraland City Schools as a part-time tutor for their middle school, a Home-bound teacher, a summer school teacher, and all-around tutor for those in need. I thoroughly enjoyed this time. I also worked part-time at Huntington Learning Center in Mobile as a tutor.

·         God call me back into teaching full-time at North Mobile Christian School. Redemption Church has been our home church for over 30 years. It was definitely GOD'S PLAN.

 

Bio

·         I am Cathy Moss Taylor. I grew up in Turnerville in the 1970s-1980s. 

·         I am married to Kyle Taylor, a Satsuma native. We have been married for over 30 years,

·         We have 3 children: Jessica Jednat (married to Brad Jednat). They reside in Creola; Holly Taylor (engaged to Kip Kiper). They reside in Huntsville where she is in her residency; Russ Taylor (engaged to Claire Travis).  Russ is a Senior at the University of South Alabama and works as the Youth Pastor's Assistant at Redemption Church.

·         We also have 2 grandchildren: Kylee is 16 and attends Satsuma High School; Brodie is 12, and he attends Robert E. Lee Elementary in Satsuma.

·         We reside in Saraland and have a love for Nature: We love animals, flowers, children, and everything naturally created by God. Whenever we get the chance, we love walking or bicycling along trails, fishing, kayaking, and bird-watching.

·         We have a "small collection" of cats, so I joke around and call myself the "crazy cat lady." It's fun to have a "theme."

·         I enjoy working with the 10th grade girls Grow Group at Redemption Church. We actively help with the youth at Redemption Church because we love serving God by helping with our young people.

6th Grade Math

Class

Mon 02/17

Tue 02/18

Wed 02/19

Thu 02/20

Fri 02/21

06 MATH-1

Review of 9.6 & 9.7: Functions & Graphing Functions

Students will practice for tomorrow's test using p. 372 (49 - 54 all) and p. 373 (20 - 24 all) as classwork

 

 

HW:

Students are to prepare for tomorrow's test using their Review Sheet Packet on 9.6 & 9.7 

and 

p. 372 (49 - 54 all) 

and 

p. 373 (20 - 24 all).

Quiz on 9.6 & 9.7: Functions & Graphing Functions

 

 

 

 

HW:

NO HOMEWORK

Section 10.1:  Ratios

SWBAT:  

Express ratios and rates in function form

Classwork together in class:  p. 382 - 383 (12 - 24 even)

 

HW:

NO HOMEWORK

Section 10.2:  Solving Proportions

SWBAT

Solve proportions using cross-products

 

 

HW:

Textbook p. 388 (8 - 22 even)

Practice on 10.1 & 10.2: Ratios and Proportions

SWBAT

Express ratios and rates in function form; solve proportions using cross-products

Classwork:  p. 418 - 419 (10 - 21 all)

HW:

NO HOMEWORK

 



7th Grade Math

 

Class

Mon 02/17

Tue 02/18

Wed 02/19

Thu 02/20

07 PRE AL-1

Section 8.5: Rate of Change and Direct Variation

SWBAT:  

Find rates of change; solve problems using direct variation

HW:

p. 396 (4, 5, then 9 -18 all)

Section 8.6: Slope-Intercept Form:

SWBAT

Determine slopes and y-intercepts of graphs. Graph linear equations using x- and y- intercepts

HW:

p. 400 (12 - 30 even). You will need to graph 18 thru 30.

Section 8.7: Writing Linear Equations

SWBAT

Write equations given the slope and y-intercept, a graph, a table or two points

Classwork:  p. 407 (12 - 28 even, together)

HW:

NO HOMEWORK

Review of 8.1 - 8.7: Functions & Graphing with Review Sheet Packet

HW:

Study/Practice for tomorrow's test with Review Sheet Packet. 

Make a list of pertinent vocabulary and concepts presented in this chapter.

 

 


8th Grade Math

Class

Mon 02/17

Tue 02/18

Wed 02/19

Thu 02/20

Fri 02/21

08 ALG-1

Lesson 8.2: Dividing Polynomials (con't)

SWBAT

Simplify expressions involving the quotients of monomials and negative exponents

 

 

HW:

p. 421 (14 - 36 even)

Section 8.3: Scientific Notation

SWBAT :

Express numbers in scientific and standard notation; Find products and quotients of numbers expressed in scientific notation

 

HW:

p. 428 (18 -40 even)

Section 8.4: Polynomials:

SWBAT:

Find the degree of a polynomial; arrange the terms of a polynomial in ascending and descending order

Classwork:  p. 428 (4 - 15 all) together

HW:

NO HOMEWORK

Review of 8.1 - 8.4 with the Review Sheet Packet:

 

 

 

 

 

HW:

Study for tomorrow's Test using the Review Sheet Packet. Students will receive 5 bonus points if they complete their Review Sheet Packet.

Make a list of pertinent vocabulary and concepts from this chapter.

Algebra Test on Sections 8.1 - 8.4

 

 

 

 

 

HW:

NO HOMEWORK