ELA 601/602

ELA Homework 10/23/17

Hey there, amazing students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Complete the following prompt in your notebook: How does the author, Rock Riordan, help us to get to know Percy so far in The Lightning Thief? Write in full sentences and use evidence from the text to support your thinking. ALSO: Study your vocabulary words.

701: Finish reading and annotating chapter 5 of A Long Walk to Water.… Continue reading

Homework 10/20/17

Happy Friday, awesome students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602/701: If you haven’t brought your previous independent reading book, or your Reading Log, please do so on Monday. Enjoy your new independent reading books!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Mr. Filoramo

Homework 10/19/17

Hello there, wonderful students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602/701: Finish your independent reading book (you’ve had 1 month already) and bring it to class tomorrow. ALSO: Bring your Reading Log with at least 1 parent signature per week. I will be collecting these.

And guess what tomorrow is? FRIDAY!!!!

Mr. Filoramo

Homework 10/18/17

Greetings, fantastic students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602Make sure you’ve finished your independent reading book. You will be bringing it in on Friday and swapping it for another. ALSO: Select one of the following journal writing prompts. You may write 3-4 paragraphs of 4-5 sentences each. This will be used for the Writing Celebration at the end of the month. If you’ve already selected and started one, you may finish it… Continue reading

Homework 10/17/17

Hey there, terrific students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Read and annotate chapter 3 of the The Lightning ThiefMAKE SURE YOU RECORD YOUR ANNOTATIONS IN YOUR ANNOTATIONS JOURNAL.

701: Finish workbook pages 19-20.

That’s all there is. Enjoy your evening!

Mr. Filoramo

Homework 10/16/17

Hey, awesome students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601:  Pick 3 vocabulary words you’ve learned today. Write 2 sentences with each word. This means you should have 6 sentences altogetherAlso: Pick 1 of your peer’s Higher Order Thinking questions from class and answer it, using text evidence if possible.

602: Finish workbook pages 6-7Also: Pick 1 of your peer’s Higher… Continue reading

Homework 10/13/17

Greetings, wonderful students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Add your September Content Exam to your ELA Portfolio, write it in the School-Home Communication Sheet, then get your School-Home Communication Sheet signed by a parent.

701: No homework.

REMEMBER: Your independent reading book should be finished, with your reading log filled out, by this Friday (10/20/17). If you cannot finish your book by then, please let me know… Continue reading

Homework 10/12/17

Greetings, awesome students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Remember, you should be finished reading your independent reading book by 10/20/17. You took out the book on 09/20/17, and have had nearly a month to read it. Make sure you’ve been logging your reading hours/pages in your Reading Log, and have been getting parent signatures each week. On the 20th, please bring your book to school and exchange it for a new one.… Continue reading

Homework 10/11/17

Hi, wonderful students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Select 3 LOT questions that you didn’t answer in class today. Use the Citing Evidence Like a Boss card to answer them with text evidence. You must follow all rules on the card I gave you. Here are the questions:

Where does Percy Jackson go to school in the beginning of the book?

Who is Percy’s favorite teacher?

What are some features of Mrs. Dodds… Continue reading

Homework 10/09/17

Hey there, amazing students!

Your homework for tonight is as follows:

601/602: Complete workbook page 8.

701: Complete workbook page 17.

Remember: If you miss any homework assignments, you have 1 week only to make up the work. Otherwise it will affect your homework average for the quarter.

That’s all there is. Enjoy your evening!

Mr. Filoramo