Adoption Cycles

 

The link below is the new adoption cycle approved by the State Textbook Commission in 2015. The table below will be updated as the cycles rotate in. Tennessee Textbook Adoption Cycle



Section I
Mathematics
June 1, 2011 - June 30, 2017
June 1, 2015 - June 30, 2021
 

June 1, 2011 - June 30, 2017
Elementary Mathematics - Grades 1-8
Secondary Mathematics - Grades 9-12
Foundations Math I & II, Algebra; I, A, B & CTE, Geometry; A, B & CTE, Algebra II; A & B, Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry, Discrete Mathematics with Statistics & Probability,
Pre-Calculus, Calculus, AP Calculus AB & BC, Statistics, AP Statistics

June 1, 2015 - June 30, 2021
Elementary Mathematics - Grades 1-8

Secondary Mathematics - Grades 9-12  Algebra; I, Geometry, Algebra II, Core Math I, II, III, Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry, Discrete Mathematics with Statistics & Probability,
Pre-Calculus, Calculus, AP Calculus AB & BC, Statistics, AP Statistics, Bride Math, Senior Finite Math


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Section II
English Language Arts, English as a Second Language (ESL)
Communication Skills, Foreign Language
June 1, 2010 - June 30, 2016

 
English Grammar & Composition - Grades R/1-8, English I, II, III, IV

English Language Arts
English Handbooks, Integrated Language Arts (6-12),
English as a Second Language (ESL) (R/1-12), Handwriting (r/1-6), Dictionaries, Competency English,

Communication Skills
Creative Writing (9-12), Journalism & Mass Media (9-12), Speech (9-12)

Foreign Language - French (6-8, I-IV), German (I-IV), Latin (I-IV), Spanish (6-8, I-IV), Russian (I-IV), Japanese (I-IV), Chinese (I-II)
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Section III
Science
June 1, 2018 - June 30, 2025
 

Standards are being reveiwed at this time

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Section IV
Social Studies
June 1, 2014- June 30, 2020
 

Social Studies & History - Elementary
Integrated Social Studies Grades R/1-5
Integrated Social Studies - Grades 6

Social Studies & History - Middle School
World Geography - Grade 7
(Beginnings to 1870) American History - Grade 8

Social Studies & History - Grades 9-12
African American History, Ancient History, Anthropology, Contemporary Issues, Economics, European History, Modern History, Psychology, Sociology, United States Government, United States History, World Geography, World History

 
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Section V
Reading
June 1, 2013- June 30, 2019
 

Primary Reading - Grades R/1-3

Elementary Reading - Grades R/1-6

Comprehensive Reading - Grades R/1-8

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Section A
Computer Applications, Keyboarding, and Instructional Technology
June 1, 2016 - June 30, 2022
 

Advanced Manufacturing
Digital Electronics, Advanced Electromechanical Technology, Introduction to Electromechanical, Manufacturing Practicum, Mechatronics I, Mechatronics II, Principles of Machining I, Principles of Machining II, Principles of Manufacturing, Robotics & Automated Systems, Welding I, Welding II, STEM Explorers (MS), STEM Innovators (MS), STEM Designers (MS)

Information Technology
Cabling and Internetworking, Computer Systems, Programming & Software Development Practicum, Information Technology Foundations, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, INformation Technology Clinical Internship, Networking, Programming & Logic I, Programming & Logic II, Web Design Foundations, Web Site Development, Web Design Practicum, Advanced Placement Computer Science, Computer Applications, Computer Literacy, Keyboarding (Gr 6), Keyboard (Gr 7), Keyboarding (Gr 8), Computer Applcations (MS)

Human Services
Early Childhood Education Careers, I, Early Childhood Education Careers II, Early Childhood Education Careers III, Early Childhood Education Careers IV, Family Studies, Human Services Practicum, Introduction to Human Studies, Lifespan Development, Nutrition Across the Lifespan, Nutrition Science & Diet Therapy, Introduction to Social Health (MS)

Education and Training
Early Childhood Education Careers II, Fundamentals of Education, School Counseling, Teaching as a Profession I, Teaching as a Profession II, Teaching as a Profession III

Misc.
Career Exploration
 

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