Welcome to William's webpage

  • Hi I am Ms. Charlotte Williams
    I have been teaching math since 2005.
    I have a beautiful daughter Nicole.
    Nicole and I have a toy terrier dog named Kaden. 
    I enjoy hiking.
    If you need to contact me please email me at CHWILLIAMS@Sanjuan.edu ( please include students first last name and period they have me each contact )
    Math 8 and Math 6:
    We will be writing our assignments in our school planner weekly.
    I will be emailing everyother week or weekly what we are doing in class.
    6th Grade: 
    At the end of the 6th grade school year, students have the potential to move into 7XL (advance class) or 7th grade common core grade level class.
    Both paths are moving forward, the 7XL is an advance class and upon successful completion the student will move into IM1 in the 8th grade.
    IM1 is a 9th grade math level course.
    Students who are interested must do all the extra homework and maintain at least a B+ every quarter to be Considered.
    When using the math book students can down load a QR scanner app on their cell phone or tablet.
    There is a QR code located in the beginning of each lesson of the math book.  Students who have a smart phone will learn how to do this the first week of school.  Please have them show you this tool. 
    Students who have Snap Chat can use this to scan (take a picture) the QR code in their math book. 
    Students can access the on line resources (math book) through Student Portal/Middle School/HMH as well. 
    Grades are posted on Zangle now. (if there is a blank I have not entered the grade yet, a 0 means no credit)
        Please review your students grade often if you see any blanks this counts as a zero and will bring the grade down.
        Ask your child if they turned the assignment in or you can email me and see if I am still grading, normally Math 8 & Math 6 students      self correct their take home quiz/Practice test and are given back the same class period.  I only keep Test. 
    Summary of CC Standards for Mathematical Practice:
    1.  Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
    2.  Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
    3.  Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
    4.  Model with Mathematics.
    5.  Use appropriate tools strategically.
    6.  Attend to precision.
    7.  Look for and make use of structure.
    8.  Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
    Cool web site:  http://www.mathopenref.com/index.html
    Scientific calculator. 
    line paper
    graph paper
    green/blue pen for correcting
    NoteBook OR 3 Ring binder
    In IM1 we have one section that requires a graphing calculator we download one on our smart phone.
    This meets our needs. 
    compass (Advance classes second semester) after January
    protractor (Advance classes second semester)
    Ms. Williams at HalfDome  
Last Modified on August 10, 2021