Mr. Filoramo

ELA Homework 04/18/18

Hey there, fantastic students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: No homework.

701: Finish your Lyddie Text-to-Film Comparison Worksheet. This will be graded.

That’s all there is. Enjoy your evening!

Mr. Filoramo

ELA Homework 04/17/18

Hi, incredible students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: No homework.

701: Bring in your essay organizer and 1-page outlineI will be grading them together, separate from your rough draft grade. IF YOU DON’T HAVE THESE, THEY WILL COUNT AS A 0 QUIZ GRADE.

That’s all there is. Enjoy your evening!

Mr. Filoramo

 

ELA Homework 04/16/18

Greetings, fantastic students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Read and annotate chapter 8 of Bud, Not Buddy. Also, read and annotate paragraphs 9-14 of the Steve Jobs Commencement Address. If you don’t have the commencement address, a link can be found here, along with the accompanying video. On Wednesday, we will have a brief Mid-Unit Assessment on figurative and literal language on Bud, Not Buddy. … Continue reading

ELA Homework 04/13/18

Hey there, amazing students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602/701: Relax and take a breather this weekend! You deserve it! Shout-out to everyone who tried their absolute best on the test — especially those who really took their time and went over the initial amount of time allotted. You’ve made me so proud, all of you! Have the weekend you all deserve.

That’s all there is. Enjoy your weekend!

Mr. Filoramo

ELA Homework 04/10/18

Hey there, amazing students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602/701: BRING YOUR INDEPENDENT READING BOOK TO CLASS TOMORROW. ALSO, REVIEW THE ELA STATE EXAM LAWS AND RULES (GIVEN OUT IN CLASS AND ALSO LISTED BELOW). Also, go to bed early, and eat a full and healthy breakfast.

  • Complete ALL the questions. Leave none blank! Some credit is better than none.
  • Guess randomly at multiple choice if you don’t know them.
  • The answers are ALL… Continue reading

ELA Homework 04/09/18

Welcome back, fantastic students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602/701: Make up any missing homework. Remember, the ELA state exam for middle school is Wednesday and Thursday!

That’s all there is. Enjoy your evening!

Mr. Filoramo

ELA Homework 03/29/18

Happy last day, amazing students!

Your ELA homework for the break is as follows:

601/602: Complete the ELA State Test Prep Packet using several of the strategies listed in the regular-sized sheet on the front. Write down (on the smaller-sized paper on the very front of the packet) which strategies you used to answer the questions in the packet. Please complete this packet as best as you can; it is to keep the skills you’ve learned in class, and… Continue reading

ELA Homework 03/28/18

Hello hello, fantastic students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Finish annotating Bud, Not Buddy chapter 7. Also:

  1. Bring your independent reading book to school tomorrow and swap it for a new one if you haven’t already.
  2. Bring your Free Write (prompts below) for the Writing Celebration. You will have to do it during the celebration if you don’t come to school with it. Please remember to write the whole prompt at the top… Continue reading

ELA Homework 03/27/18

Hey there, terrific students! Two more days until the big break you all deserve!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602/701: Finish your Free Write. You will be using your piece for the writing celebration on Thursday. Have it done by tomorrow. Also, please BRING YOUR INDEPENDENT READING BOOK TOMORROW TO COMPLETE THE BOOK SWAP. REMEMBER, YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE READING AT LEAST SEVERAL TIMES PER WEEK AND COMPLETING YOUR READ TIME IN YOUR READING… Continue reading

ELA Homework 03/26/18

Greetings, incredible students!

Your ELA homework for tonight is as follows:

601: Find 5-6 challenging words in the Steve Jobs Commencement Address (video and transcript can be found here). Also: Annotate paragraphs 1-8 of the speech.

602: Finish the jigsaw question you’ve been given in class today. They are as follows:

  1. Why did Steve Jobs drop out of college?
  2. Why did he take classes that personally interested him?
  3. How did these classes help his… Continue reading