Mr. Osorio

Room 215

eosorio11@cps.edu


Hi Scholars!


Have fun, Be safe.
Your voice has Power. See you soon!

Welcome to ELA for the 2020-2021 school year!

Remote Learning Working Norms!

We will use these working norms daily to guide us through remote learning!

The 88 books to read in a lifetime from our classroom!

Social-Emotional Learning

Click here to find out more information about our LaSalle II SEL Theme of the Month.

The theme of this month is:
RESPECT



Grading Scale / Policies

Formative = 50%
(Classwork, homework, partner work, group work)

Summative = 50%
(Tests, quizzes, project)

Late work may only be accepted for one week after its due date. After that amount of time, a zero will be recorded in Aspen. Any assignment turned in late (past due date) will be graded from 1/2 credit earned.

Each assignment must have your full name, date, ELA: and the assignment to receive full credit. Assignments turned in with no name may earn a late grade.

ELA 2020-2021 Syllabus

Course Description:

This course is designed to develop students toward becoming successful writers, speakers, listeners and lifelong readers. To accomplish this goal, all students will focus their learning and skill development within the major components of writing, speaking, analyzing and grammar mechanics. Through daily practice in spelling, vocabulary, grammar and language mechanics, students will learn to formulate well-written responses, paragraphs, stories, and essays.

This course will also include the study of literature, including short stories, poetry, and novels. Literature will be used to sharpen reading skills, develop vocabulary, and improve comprehension and identification of literary elements.

Skills learned in this course will prepare students for success on standardized tests and in higher education.

Goals and Objectives:

I will create a safe, fun, and structured educational environment that will allow students to work hard, learn, succeed, and grow not only as students, but also as people. We will also strive to meet the following academic goals:

1. Obtain at least 80% mastery on all quizzes, tests, and assessments

2. Exhibit at least 1.5 years of growth in both reading and math

3. Demonstrate an overall increase in NWEA and IRA standardized tests from the previous school year


Expectations:

Students are expected to give 100% effort everyday with a positive attitude about their education.

Students will be expected to:

Turn in ALL HOMEWORK/ASSIGNMENTS on time

Maintain high academic and behavior standards

Be prepared, pay attention, participate, listen and be ready to work everyday

Classroom Rules

Follow directions the first time they are given

Listen to the speaker silently.

Raise your hand to speak or leave your seat.

Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Guidelines for Success

Set Goals

Be Respectful and Responsible

Be Prepared and Participate

Practice Self Control

Ignore others that take you away from your goals


CPS absence note.pdf

CPS Absent Note

Parents. If your child will be missing school for any reason this school year, please fill out this form, sign and send it back to Jazmin at Jortiz224@cps.edu

Late Assignment Submission

Late work may only be accepted for one five-day school week after its due date. After that amount of time, a missing (zero) will be recorded in Aspen.

After school ELA club

Suspended till further notice.

Study Hall

Postponed at this time.

CPS Google Meet Student Guide

Helpful Google Meets PPT and CPS Parent Remote Learning Guide

We Succeeded! Thanks to those that contributed.