Eric Simon » Biography

Biography

Academic Credentials:
Certification in Adolescent to Young Adult English Education, grades 6-12.
 
Career Highlights: 
 
Mr. Simon has taught 12th grade English at a boarding school for students with emotional and behavioral disabilities. This is his second year teaching. 
 
Personal:
 
Mr. Simon is an Ohio native, and graduated with his bachelors from Ohio University. Mr. Simon loves teaching English, as well as coaching football, lacrosse and wrestling at any opportunity. He is passionate about helping struggling students succeed. At home, he enjoys watching sports, working out, reading, and going to the movies. 

MAKEUP WORK FOR

9th GRADE

English

ATTENTION PARENTS:

Due to the unfortunate absences required by the Health Department, we want our students to remain healthy, but we also want them to stay up to date on classwork and content.

Below is the work for my students:


Your child may work on this from home and use online sources to keep up on topics! I look forward to your child's return. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at simon@belmontacademy.com


  • Shakespearean Insult story:
    • Write a 1 page short story, using the given Shakespeare insults, in which your characters argue about something. Keep all of your language as close to Elizabethan as possible.
    • If you had already started a skit, go ahead and just turn in into a full fledged story.
  • Reading Romeo and Juliet:
    • Please read, and take notes on, Act 2 of Romeo and Juliet. The play can be readily found online. The note taking will count as your class participation.
    • Upon finishing Act 2, please take the Act 2 test, without using the text.
  • Our 3rd Study Island Benchmark Exam will go live on Tuesday, 12/18. Please complete this.

Copies of PAPERWORK will be in the front office, please encourage your child to complete online work before Wednesday, December 12.

Please return paperwork for grading by Friday, December 14.













MAKEUP WORK FOR

10th GRADE

English

ATTENTION PARENTS:

Due to the unfortunate absences required by the Health Department, we want our students to remain healthy, but we also want them to stay up to date on classwork and content.

Below is the work for my students:


Your child may work on this from home and use online sources to keep up on topics! I look forward to your child's return. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at simon@belmontacademy.com


  • Shakespearean Insult story:
    • Write a 1 page short story, using the given Shakespeare insults, in which your characters argue about something. Keep all of your language as close to Elizabethan as possible.
    • If you had already started a skit, go ahead and just turn in into a full fledged story.
  • Reading Hamlet:
    • Please read, and take notes on, Act 2 of Hamlet. Every student should have their own copy of the novel. The note taking will count as your class participation.
    • Upon finishing Act 2, please take the Act 2 test, without using the text.
  • Our 3rd Study Island Benchmark Exam will go live on Tuesday, 12/18. Please complete this.

Copies of PAPERWORK will be in the front office, please encourage your child to complete online work before Wednesday, December 12.

Please return paperwork for grading by Friday, December 14.













MAKEUP WORK FOR

1th GRADE

English

ATTENTION PARENTS:

Due to the unfortunate absences required by the Health Department, we want our students to remain healthy, but we also want them to stay up to date on classwork and content.

Below is the work for my students:


Your child may work on this from home and use online sources to keep up on topics! I look forward to your child's return. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at simon@belmontacademy.com


  • Serial Essay:
    • Your full essay must be turned into me by Tuesday, 12/11.
  • Grammar Practice:
    • Review the attached powerpoints. You should take your own notes on them.
    • Completion of notes will be graded.
    • Once you have taken all of your notes, take the grammar test. You may not use your notes on it.  

Copies of PAPERWORK will be in the front office, please encourage your child to complete online work before Wednesday, December 12.

Please return paperwork for grading by Friday, December 14.