Welcome to Mr. Menghini's English Classes

  • Welcome to my homepage!  As you know, these are times that will dictate what kind of people we are.  With this in mind, you will be responsible to check your Google Classroom daily to see any assignments and directions for the classes.  Please keep in mind, I am not going to bury you in work, but you will need to stay on top of your assignments.  If you have any questions, contact me through my sbps.net email, and I will get back to you.  Don't be afraid to ask me for help with anything you don't understand.

     

Mr. Todd Menghini

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Mr. Todd Menghini

Hello whoever visits my webpage.  I have been teaching since 1987 (you can do the math) and have enjoyed working with students for decades.  Over these past years, I have taught an array of English classes from remedial middle school reading to dual credit composition classes.  I earned a masters in 2013 from Chadron State in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in reading.  I attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for my undergraduate degree earning a broad field Language Arts endorsement.  I grew up in Oshkosh, NE and graduated from Garden County High School in 1982.  I coach varsity football and trach for SHS and enjoy most sports.  I also enjoy hunting/fishing and playing golf.  

Classroom News

  • English 10- We will focus on developing reading, writing and speaking skills throughout the semester.  Students will read a variety of materials from diverse cultures and write four major essays throughout the year.  The second semester will entail reading novels.

    AP Language- We are learning how to read and annotate text, examine rhetorical strategies, and focus on developing advanced writing and reading skills.

    Brit. Lit.-Students will read and analyze different stories, epics, essays, and poems from Old English to contemporary authors of England and surrounding countries.

    Applied Communication-Reading Steven Covey's "7 Habits of Successful People"  Developing writing and reading skills.

    Comp 4-Students take this class for dual credit through WNCC.

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