Pellegrini, Diane

 Wando High School
Bachelor of Arts from Methodist College
Masters of Arts in Education from Fayetteville State University
Teaching Experience:  24 plus years

Contact Information

 Phone:  843-881-8200 
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 Office Hours:
 Monday-Friday (except Wednesdays)

Courses Taught

Academic Seminar 

This course is designed to prepare students for academic and social success in today’s world.  The course is utilized to support students with achieving their IEP goals.  In addition, organization of all education materials will be emphasized throughout the year. All instruction will focus on reading, writing, communication, math, research, and post-secondary, and transition. Students will earn one Carnegie elective unit toward graduation upon successfully completing this course.   

English 1 Inclusion (See Mrs. Drayton's Website for details)

English 1-CP is based on a structured study of classical World Literature. Students learn to identify the characteristics that distinguish literary forms and to explain the influence a historical period has on the form, style, and point of view of a written work. Students synthesize, analyze, and critique reading selections and build an extended and specialized vocabulary. Student writings include argument and literary expository essays, in addition to technical reports. A state-mandated end-of-course examination is given to students enrolled in this course. English 1-CP will meet year long on a skinny day schedule.

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