Dr. Struzziero's English Class

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The mission of Hingham High School is to graduate students with the academic, civic, social, and personal skills necessary to become productive, responsible members of a democratic and ever-changing global society. With the support and involvement of the community, Hingham High School will engage all students in a challenging, well-balanced educational program complemented by co-curricular activities.

Course Description: Grade 9 Humanities and 11th Grade American Literature

Grade 9 Humanities:

This course introduces students to major works of literature that have shaped or reflect significant themes in world civilization. Through the studyofthisliterature studentswillrefine skills ofreading accuracy, criticalthinking, analysis and interpretation, writing, speaking and listening. Students in this course also participate in a variety of projects and research- based activities

 

Grade 11 American Literature:

This course takes a chronological approach to the study of American Literature with the goal of understanding the development of American identity, values, and culture. Students analyze and interpret works from all literary movements, from Puritanism through Post-modernism, in order to explore the story of our country. Students expand and refine their skills in the areas of reading accuracy, critical thinking, writing, speaking, and listening

 

 

Welcome Back Letters and Open House

Please download the Welcome Back letter for Grade 9 Level 3 here.

Please download the Welcome Back letter for Grade 11 Level 3 here.

Please download the Open House PowerPoint Presentation for Grade 11 American Literature Level 3 here.

Please download the Open House PowerPoint Presentation for Grade 9 Humanities Level 3 here.

Please download the Open House PowerPoint Presentation for Student

Facilitator Training Class here.

Class Procedures

Please download the class procedures here.    

Class Participation Rubric

Please download the class participation rubric here.   

Contact Information

Dr. Struzziero may be reached at the school by voice mail at: (781) 741-1560 ext. 2131 or by email at: [email protected].