TUSD has proposed the following textbooks for adoption. We invite teachers, parents, staff, administrators, and community members to review the these textbooks and provide feedback using the form below.
Please email Deanna McLemore Deanna.McLemore2@tusd1.org with comments or questions.
You can review these textbooks from 7:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Monday - Friday, at the Lee Instructional Resource Center (LIRC) at 2025 E. Winsett, 85719. See below for the dates of the review period.
By Shea, Scanlon, Aufses, and Pankiewicz
Dates of Review Period: December 5, 2018 - February 5, 2019
The Language of Composition is a college-level textbook designed for the Advanced Placement English Language and composition course. The text offers a diverse collection of more than 200 college-level selections and includes visual texts that are both interesting and suitable for a high school audience. It offers practical advice on rhetoric, argument, reading and writing with a special emphasis on synthesis and visual analysis.
By Shea, Golden, Aufses, and Scholz
The purpose of the book is to provide opportunities for students to practice the most essential skills they will need in order to be successful in their freshman year and to lay groundwork for their path to AP English.
By Jago, Shea, Golden, Scanlon and Aufses
This text has a wide range of thematic readings to support all learners for advanced coursework through differentiation and scaffolding. Sections include skill-building, thematic reading featuring approachable to highly challenging works, guiding analysis, and section to support academic writing. Offers nine full-length works to prepare students for open question on the AP Literature exam.