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Hanover District and Curriculum
Following the Common Core State Curriculum in both the areas of Math and English Language Arts, Hanover School District aims to use vertical alignment to enhance their curriculum and instruction. Science and Social studies is aligned as closely as possible with the state standards, leading to a well-rounded curriculum that will enable students to be successful.
We currently cover the following Hanover-area school district: Hanover School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hanover District Curriculum
Within the Mathematics curriculum, students are expected to show an understanding of how mathematical principles are a critical part of everyday life. Initially, students will be asked to recognize numbers and patterns, and incorporate basic arithmetic into their understanding. As they progress they will add more complex systems, such as fractions, decimals, and negative numbers, into their repertoire. Once students are in secondary school they will advance to algebraic and geometric concepts, including formulas and proofs.
The English Language Arts curriculum is geared towards the overall understanding and use of language in expression. Students are expected to show both reading comprehension and writing fluency, recognizing and employing various methods of writing. Students will build their vocabulary, understand grammatical structures, and recognize literary tropes within both fiction and nonfiction prose. As students enter the upper grade levels they will be expected to effectively write in different forms as well as demonstrate solid research skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hanover Educational News
- Public Forum Debate State Tournament - Hanover High School students participated in the Vermont Public Forum Debate State Tournament, doing extremely well. Hanover students are permitted to participate in the Vermont debates because originally there was not a debate forum in New Hampshire. After petitioning the state, they began to involve themselves in the Vermont Public Forum.
- Girls Hockey News - Hanover High School’s hockey team won the state championship last week. Their strong defense led them to victory, after an undefeated season, against Oyster River. This is the fourth state championship won by Hanover High School consecutively.
- NASA Workshops - The Hanover, NH engineering lab had a hand in a NASA-created teacher workshop. Teachers were asked to climb glaciers, dig up ice from a frozen lake, and study the various layers of snow. This workshop gives elementary and secondary school teachers hands-on experience in scientific research.
Hanover Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: Rhetorical Devices: Parallelism
Parallel structure is used frequently when forming an argument. It is a manner of speaking or writing in which the phrase, sentence, or group of sentences tends to agree in direction or tendency. For example, “we went to the beach, the mall, and the café” is parallel, while “we went to the beach, the mall, and ate ham,” is not. In the first example the structure of each activity is written in the same way, whereas in the second example there is a shift from going somewhere to eating something. This tampers with the parallel structure. Keeping an argument parallel makes it more memorable and persuasive. The mind naturally creates parallel structures, so when reading there is a tendency to agree with claims that sound more parallel than others.