LESSON PLANS
2nd SEMESTER
Hand Out Notes

Online Graphing Calculators
5/913
Monday: Pick teams and topics for Group Project
Tuesday: Work in groups on the detailed outline of the project (DUE WEDNESDAY)
Wednesday: TURN IN THE DETAILED PROJECT DESCRIPTION. Continue to work in groups
Thursday: Group work on project
Friday: Group work on project
Monday: Pick teams and topics for Group Project
Tuesday: Work in groups on the detailed outline of the project (DUE WEDNESDAY)
Wednesday: TURN IN THE DETAILED PROJECT DESCRIPTION. Continue to work in groups
Thursday: Group work on project
Friday: Group work on project
4/2529
Monday: Finish up notecards and 2012 free response 26. Tuesday: Review and analyze 2012 free response 26. Review renticular motion. Wednesday: Review Renticular Motion Thursday: Review related rates, optimization and implicit differentiation. Friday: Continue review of implicit differentiation, related rates and optimization. 4/1822
Monday: Noncalculator 3, review interpretations of integration. Tuesday: review interpretations of integration and previously assigned free response questions Wednesday: NonCalculator number 4 multiple choice practice. Thursday:Assign Flash Cards of key calculus ideas to study from. Friday:Assign 2012 free response questions 26 4/1115
Monday: Students given NonCalc multiple choice review 1. The rest of the time is to analyze the free response questions. Tuesday: SAT: NO CLASS Wednesday: WORK KEYS: No Class Thursday: Students will be given NonCalculator MC Test 2, and we will continue to analyze the free response centers. Friday: Free response: 2 questions to be scored like AP exam. 3/284/1
Monday: AP Review day 1 Students will get a worksheet entities "When you see this, you do this:" where they have to outline what they need to do in the various situations faced in calculus Tuesday: Students will be given an overview of the test, and will have more time in class to work together to finish the "When you see this, you do this" worksheet. Wednesday: Students will be given the 2015 Free Response questions to work on together. Thursday: Students will turn in their "When you see this, you do this" worksheet. They will have time to work on the free response questions. Friday: Only 1 Calc class. Students will work on the free response questions. 3/2125
Monday: review the disk and washer method for calculating volumes Tuesday: Review the disk and washer method, continued Wednesday: Assessment: Volumes (known cross sections, disk and washer method) Thursday: Pep Assembly Friday: No School NEXT WEEK: AP REVIEW STARTS! Every day is a 10 question quiz as well as a free response question! 
3/73/11
Monday: Review Exponential Growth and Decay, start to discuss separable differential equations. Tuesday: No School Wednesday: Quiz: areas between curves, exponential growth and decay, usubstitution Thursday: Separable differential equations and slope fields Friday: Separable differential equations and slope fields part 2, finding particular solutions. 
2/222/26
Monday: Students will learn to evaluate a more complicated integral of a composite function using the usubstitution method. Tuesday: Students will continue with usubstitition and changing the limits of integration to make the integration process simpler. Wednesday: Students will firm up their knowledge of the first and second fundamental theorem of calculus with a focus on the 2nd theorem. Thursday: Students will finish up with the FTC's. Friday: Quiz on usubstitution and the FTC's 

2/82/12
Monday: Students will work on estimating area under a curve, as well as explaining what that area means. We will also begin discussing the 2nd Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Tuesday: We will continue to explore the FTC 2, and how we can use it to find the Area Function. Wednesday: Students will take a basic integral rules assessment. We will also continue to work on net change vs. total change and it's real world application Thursday: Students will take an assessment on net change vs. total change. Each will be given a real life situation and they will have to apply the definite integral to solve it. Friday: 1/2 Day, hours 13. 3rd Hour will have a writing assignment. 
V: Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 2
Integrals with Absolute Values 1 Integrals with Absolute Values 2 Integrals with Absolute Values 3

2/12/5
Monday: Students will learn how to approximate the area under a curve using the Left endpoint, Right Endpoint and Midpoint Approximation methods Tuesday: Students will continue to work with the midpoint approximations and be introduced to the Trapezoid Rule Wednesday: Students will learn how to calculate the exact value of the area under a curve. Thursday: Students will explore what the area under a curve represents, why the area is considered an accumulation. Friday: Students will take an assessment on approximating the area under a curve. 
January 2529 Monday: What is an antiderivative? Students will examine the basics of what an antiderivative is, and calculuate the antiderivative of some basic derivatives Tuesday: Students will expand their notions of antiderivatives to examine the CONSTANT OF INTEGRATION as well as using initial conditions in order to calculate the CONSTANT OF INTEGRATION HW: Pp. 8284 in Coursepack: Integration rules, Power and Trig Wednesday: Students will learn the basic form of the indefinite integral, and how to use the rules of integration to calculuate the indefinite integral for a variety of functions HW: Calculus Handouts: Baby Integras (p.64) #114 Thursday: Students will take an assessment on the ANTIDERIVATIVE and will continue to use the basic rules of integration to calculate indefinite integrals. Friday: Students will review the basics rules of integration for their Monday, 2/1 Indefinite Integral Assessment 
FIRST SEMESTER
1/111/15
Monday: Review Linear Approximations. No homework except for studying. Tuesday: Linear Approximation/Tangent Line/Normal Line assessment. Wednesday: Midterm Review Day 1: Limits Thursday: Midterm Review Day 2: Basic Derivatives and Derivative Rules Friday: Midterm Review Day 3: Related Rates/Curve Sketching/Optimization 
1/41/8
Monday: Linear Approximation. We will learn how to use linear approximation to calculate the values of a function as it remains in the neighborhood of a value "c". Also, we will learn how to write equations for the tangent line at a point and the normal line at a point. Tuesday: Continue with linear approximation problems. Wednesday Review Linear Approximation Thursday: Assessment on Linear Approximation Friday: Areas under curves introduction (using left endpoints, right endpoints and midpoints) 

12/1412/18
Monday: Review Optimization assignment. Spent the entire hour on the two examples (lots of algebra). See videos for explanations Tuesday: Review curve sketching and optimization for Thursday's assessment Wednesday: Review curve sketiching and optimization part 2 Thursday: Curve Sketching and Optimization Assessment Friday: 3rd hour: work on course pack assignment (due 1/15) 
12/712/11
Monday: Introduction to Curve Sketching. Identifying Domain/Range, Intervals of inc/dec, x and y intercepts, points of inflections, critical values, extrema Tuesday: More work with curve sketching. Students will be able to calculate all defining characteristics of a function and begin to create the sketch of the curve. Wednesday: Students will sketch the graph of a function. Thursday: Assessment on Curve Sketching Friday: Optimization. Students will learn how to use derivatives to find the optimal value of functions. 
11/3012/4
Monday: Review all information that the derivative of a function can tell us, including Rolle's Theorem, the Mean Value Theorem, and the First Derivative Test. HW: Intervals of Increase and Decrease (Course Pack pp 4849) END OF QUARTER ASSIGNMENT: PP 270 in coursepack to be completed by Friday before midterms Tuesday: Introduce Points of Inflection and concavity (see videos to the right) Assign HW from coursepack pp 5051 Wednesday: Continue with Concavity and introduce the Second Derivative Test Assign HW from coursepack pp 5051 Thursday: Review analyzing a function for Friday Quiz. Friday:Quiz on Analyzing a function

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November 913
Monday: Related Rates Assessment Tuesday: Presentation from Petty Officer Wilton. Wednesday: Students will explore minimums and maximums of functions, including using a derivative of a function to find Critical Numbers, values where relative minimums and maximums may occur. Thursday:Students will explore the Extreme Value Theorem, Rolle's Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem Friday: Derivatives Assessment. We will continue to work with the Big 3 Theorems for functions (Extreme Value, Rolle's, Mean Value) 
Mon 10/26: Related Rates. We will check the implicit differentiation worksheet from the course pack and then learn about related rates. Assignment: Related rates worksheet from the course pack.

Tues 10/27: We will review the related rates worksheet and students will be assigned p154157, # 27, 31, 33 35 39 45, 54 from the text


Wed 10/28: We will review the work from Tuesday, and review the rules of differentiation through implicit differentiation for Thursday's exam. Students assignment is to study for the assessment.


Thur 10/29: Assessment on the rules of differentiation
Fri: 1/2 day, 6th hour only. We will review the related rates problems from Tuesday.
Mon 10/19: Students will complete the Average vs Instantaneous Velocity Lab during the class. If time permits, we will continue with examples of the product and the quotient rule. HW: pp.126127, #363, multiples of 3 (3, 6,9,12, ...) 83 and 87
Tues 10/20: Students will be formally introduced to the Chain Rule (they already have seen it) and apply it to all the derivative rules that they have learned before. Homework will be the Chain Rule worksheet from the coursepack
Wed 10/21: We will spend all hour going over examples of the chain rule and how it would apply to all the rules we have learned before.
Thurs 10/22: Students will learn about higher order derivatives (derivatives of derivatives) and how they can be applied to real world situations.
Fri 10/223: Students will be quizzed on derivatives up through the chain rule. We will introduce the concept of implicit differentiation and how it can be used in real life situations.
Monday 1012: Discuss Friday's assignment on basic derivative rules. Review the limit process for tomorrow's quiz
Tuesday: 10/13: Quiz on the limit definition of a derivative. Discuss rates of change and the relationship between position, velocity and acceleration.
Wed 10/14: Formal lesson on the Chain Rule and the rewrite of the basic properties of derivatives with respect to the chain rule.
Thursday 10/15: Product and Quotient rules formal lesson and activites.
Fri 10/16: No classes, 1/2 day
Monday 10/5: Limits and Continuity Assessment. Watch the tangent Line videos for tomorrow
Tues 10/6: The Tangent Line Problem, the Formal definition of a derivative and Differentiation and Continuity
Wed 10/7: Examining the basic rules of derivatives, rates of change, direction in a straight line.
Thur 10/8: Product and Quotient Rules for Derivatives
Friday 10/9 Practice finding the derivatives of functions.
Mon 9/28: Review the Intermediate Value Theorem and Infinite Limits
HW: p. 88, #351 every 3rd problem
HW: p. 88, #351 every 3rd problem
Tues: 9/29: Review Limits: Students will play an elimination game to review limits
p. 88, 917 odd, 3347 odd
p. 88, 917 odd, 3347 odd
Wed 9/30: Limits At Infinity Worksheet. HW: Coursepack: pp. 45
Thurs 10/1: Review for the Limits and Continuity Assessment
Fri: 10/2 Limits and Continuity Assessment
Monday 9/21:
Learning Target: Students will be able to determine if a function is continuous on an open interval.
Methodology: Students will see a video concerning Continuity on an Open Interval. They will then be trained on what to do when the video is assigned as homework (for their flipped class).
HW: Pp 1213 in the AP Calc Coursepack
Learning Target: Students will be able to determine if a function is continuous on an open interval.
Methodology: Students will see a video concerning Continuity on an Open Interval. They will then be trained on what to do when the video is assigned as homework (for their flipped class).
HW: Pp 1213 in the AP Calc Coursepack
Tuesday 9/22
Students will continue with practice on continuity and limits, focusing onesided limits. students will be assigned pp23 in the course pack and handouts p. 49
Students will continue with practice on continuity and limits, focusing onesided limits. students will be assigned pp23 in the course pack and handouts p. 49
Wednesday 9/23:
We will review limits in preparation for the Limits Assessment on Thursday
We will review limits in preparation for the Limits Assessment on Thursday
Thursday 9/24:
Limits Assessment
Limits Assessment
Friday 9/25: Introduction to Derivatives: The Tangent Line Problem 1/2 Day, only 3rd hour Calculus will meet.
Monday 9/14: Unit Circle Quiz. After the Unit Circle Quiz, students will examine the characteristics of functions that are important for Calculus, including domain, range, minimum and maximums, concavity and how to use the graphing calculator to find these values
Tuesday 9/15: Limits Day 1: What is a limit? Specifically, what is a twosided limit.
Wed 9/16: Limits Day 2: Examples of limits of different functions at different values. Students will work on Kuta Limits worksheet and Duke Limits worksheet. HW: Calculus Course Pack pp910 #116
Thursday 9/17: Students will continue with two sided limits and will slowly approach onesided limits, and how they differ from twosided limits.
Friday 9/18: Students explored the Squeeze Theorem and wrapped up questions concerning twosided limits and strategies to solve them. Students were assigned pp. 6768, #185, every other odd
Monday 9/7: No School
Tuesday 9/8: Rules and Procedures
Wednesday 9/9: Book Issue, Student Team Organization, Rules and Procedures as needed
Thursday 9/10: Algebra Review: Factoring of Polynomials and Exponents
Friday 9/11: Algebra Review: Functions and function characteristics. Unit Circle Quiz