Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
Summer 
Summer Review prior to taking AP Calculus AB 
NOTE: The following assignment states that it is for AP Calculus BC...however, as a review of PreCalculus, it is appropriate for AP Calculus AB as well. Please note that "page 12" is the 2nd page of the Summer Letter / Introduction Page. Summer Assignment [due 1st day of class] 

1 
17Aug, Mon 
Intro to Course 0.1 Real Number System, Decimals, Calculators,
Estimation 
Course Handout & Policy Practice Worksheets on Graphing Polynomials & Rational Functions p6. 115*, 21*,2949*eoo ,51, 55, 59, 71*,82* 
2 

0.3 Cartesian Coord. System 
p22 121*, 4953*,55 
3 

0.3 cont'd 
p22 23*,2735*, 39*,43*,45,47, 65*,69*,73*,77* 
4 

0.4 Graphs of Equations  by hand and with graphing calculator 
p28. 1*,3*, 7*,11,15*,19,23*,27,31,35,39* 
5 
21Aug, Fri 

Quiz 11 (Section 0.10.4) [no
calculator] 
6 
24Aug, Mon 
0.5 Functions & graphs 
p33. 3*,913*,1929,31*,33,3741*,49 
7 

0.6 Operations on Functions 
p39. 3*,5*,7,11*,15*,21,23*,27*,29,33*,37,41c 
8 

0.7 Trigonometric Functions 
p48. 1*,2*,3a,915*,2127*,35,37,39*,43*,53 
9 

0.7 cont'd 

10 
28Aug, Fri 
Study / Review 
p52 155 
11 
31Aug, Mon 

Test Ch 0 (Mixed) 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
1 
1Sep, Tue 
1.1 Introduction to Limits 
p59. 517*,21,27,2933*,35,37*,39*,41,47,51,55 
2 

1.3 Limit Theorems 
p72. (all *) 5,11,1725,31,33,4147 
3 

1.4 Limits involving Trigonometric Functions 
p77. 113* 
4 
4Sep, Fri 
Study / Review 

5 
8Sep, Tue 

Quiz (Section 1.11.4, no 1.2) [no calculator] 
6 

1.5 Limits at Infinity, Infinite Limits  asymptotic behavior 
p81. 37*,13*,1923*,2741*, 4347,49*,55*a,c,e,g, 63,69 
7 

Study / Review 

8 
11Sep, Fri 
1.6 Continuity of Functions & Intermediate Value Theorem 
p88. 119*,27*,33*,35*,40,53* [note: #53 is the only IVT problem...understand it!] 
9 
14Sep, Mon 
Chapter Review 
Homework Quiz (if needed) p52. 43a,b, 45c,47,49 p91. 313,29 
10 
15Sep, Tue 

Test (Sect. 1.11.6, no 1.2) 
11 

1.2 Rigorous Study of Limits: deltaepsilon proofs 
p67. 1,11,15,27,31 
12 
17Sep, Thur 
1.2 cont'd 
Worksheet 1.2 / Homework Quiz (if needed) 
13 
18Sep, Fri 
2.1 (intro) 
Quiz (Sect 1.2)
Start 2.1 after quiz 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
1 
Mon, 21Sep 
2.0 Graphs of Derivatives 
WS "Graphical Approach" #19 
2 
2.0 cont'd 
WS "Sketching f" 

3 
2.0 cont'd 
cont'd WS (2) 

4 
2.1 Tangent Line & Velocity 
p. 97: 1*, 3*, 5*, 7*, 11*, 15* 

5 
Fri, 25Sep 
2.1 cont'd 
p. 98: 17, 23 
6 
Mon, 28Sep 
2.2 The Derivative  definitions & concepts 
p. 105: 3*, 913*, 17*, 21*, 39*, 41*, 57*, 59* 
7 
2.2 cont'd 
p. 105: 2735*, 61* 

8 
2.3 Rules for Finding Derivative at a Point and as a Function 
p. 113: 5*, 7*, 13*, 15*, 19*, 25*, 27*, 31*, 35*, 39*, 43*, 49*, 51*, 55 

9 
2.3 cont'd 


10 
Fri, 2Oct 
2.4 Derivatives for Trigonometric Functions 
Quiz 21 Derivative Fluency p. 117: 5*, 7*, 9*, 15*, 17*, 19, 25*, 27* 
11 
Mon, 5Oct 
2.4 cont'd 

12 

Quiz 2.12.4 

13 
2.5 Chain Rule 
p. 123: 517*, 23*, 31, 35*, 47*, 49*, 57*, 64* 

14 
new in 201617: 2.5 (extended AP Exam Topic) : Derivative Rule for Natural Log and Exponentials 
WS "Derivative Rule for Natural Log and Exponentials" i.e. d[ln(u)]/dx and d[e^u]/dx 

15 
Fri, 9Oct 
2.6 Notation & Higher Order Derivatives 
Homework Quiz 2.12.4 (if needed) p. 129: 19*, 15*, 29*, 31*, 33 
16 
2.6 Continued  f(x) as position, f' as velocity, f'' as acceleration 


17 
2.7 Implicit Derivatives 
p. 134: 3, 7, 11, 13, 19, 23, 29, 33 

18 
Thur, 15Oct Fri, 16Oct (makeup day) 
Quiz 22 Derivative Fluency (all)  
19 
Mon, 19Oct 
Quiz 2.52.7 

20 
2.8 Related Rates with derivatives 
p. 140: 1, 3, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 29a 

21 
2.8 cont'd 

22 
2.9 Differentials & Approximations  graphs, numeric, and analytic with and without calculator 
p. 146: 1*, 5*, 10, 17, 21, 23 

23 
Fri, 23Oct 
2.9 cont'd 

24 
Mon, 26Oct 
Review & Sample Test Problems for Practice 
Sample Test Problems at bottom of 
25 
Review & Sample Test Problems for Practice 


26 
Wed, 28Oct 

Test Ch 2 (day1) 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
1 
Thur, 29Oct 
3.1 Maxima & Minima  Extreme Value Theorem & applications from 3.4 
p154. 5*,7*,9,11*,13*,15,17,19*,21*,23*,27,29*,31* 
2 
Mon, 2Nov 
3.2 Monotonicity & Concavity of f, f', and f'' 
p160. 3*,5*,7*,13*,15*,17*,19*,21*,23*,27*,31*,33*,47 
3 

3.2 cont'd 

4 

3.3 Local Extrema & Extrema on Open Intervals (1st & 2nd Derivative Tests) 
p166. 1*,5,13,17*,25*,31*,35* 
5 

3.3 cont'd 

6 
Fri, 6Nov 

Quiz 3.13.3 
7 
Mon, 9Nov 
3.5 Graphing Functions by hand and using calculator 
p183. 3,7,11,13,15,17,29,31,59a 
8 
Tue, 10Nov 
3.5 Project relating Descriptive, Analytic, Graphic, and Numeric aspects of functions and their derivatives 
Relating F, F' with graphs and descriptions Project Handout 
9 
Thur, 12Nov 
3.4 Practical Applications 
p174. 3,5,15,19,25,48

10 
Fri. 13Nov 
3.4 Practical Applications 
p177 55,59,61,63 
11 
Mon, 16Nov 
3.6 Mean Value Theorem for Derivatives 
p189. 3,5,7,9,19,23* 
12 

3.6 cont'd 
Handout: Practice Multiple Choice Questions from AP Exam 
13 


Quiz 3.43.6 
14 

3.7 Solving Equations Numerically (Newton's method) 
p195. 519 
15 
Fri, 20Nov 
3.7 cont'd 

16 
Mon, 23Nov 
3.8 AntiDerivatives of basic functions 
p202. 1*25* 
17 

Parent Conferences MonWed 
ThurFri  Thanksgiving Break 

Mon, 30Nov 
3.8 cont'd 
Handout: Semester Review 
18 

3.8 cont'd 
p210. 1,8,9,15,17,25,37 Project Due (quiz grade): Relating F, F' with graphs and descriptions 
19 


Test (Sect. 3.13.8) 
20 

3.8 cont'd: Review of basic Antiderivatives (introduce variable substitution) 
p202. 27,28,2937 
21 
Fri, 4Dec 
3.9 Intro to Differential Equations 
p208. 111, 15,21,23 
22 
Mon, 7Dec 
Separable Differential Equations 
Quiz 23 AntiDerivative Fluency (Power & Trig) WS  integrals/antiderivatives Homework Quiz 3.13.8 
23 

6.7 Slope Fields using WinPlot 
WS  slope fields 
24 

6.7 cont'd 

25 

Review 
3.8 & 6.7 (slope fields) 
26 
Fri, 11Dec 
LC DualCredit Quiz for Semester 1 (optional) 
Quiz 3.8, 3.9, 6.7 Homework Quiz 3.8,3.9,6.7 
27 
Mon, 14Dec 
Semester 1 Review Handout Key [201617 Introduce derivatives and integrals of exponentials and logarithms] [201617 Provide 2010 APCalculus BC Free Response #5 Question and Rubric. Give student sample 
Recommended Reading: Prof. Dawkins Notes  Derivatives "cheatsheet" Review

28 
Tue, 15Dec 
Semester 1 Review Handout Key 

29 

Final Exams 
Finals 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
The following 5 days will
be added to 201617 school year as part of changes to the AP
Calculus AB Course and Exam 

1 

4.0 Review of Limits, Derivatives, and Indeterminate Forms of Limits 
Handout  Dawkin's Limits Summary Sheet [1 page] Handout  Dawkin's Derivatives Summary Sheet [2 pages] see OneNote Lecture [Chapter 8.18.2 in textbook] 
2 

4.0 l'Hospital's Rule for Indeterminate Limits 
see OneNote Lecture with proof using MVT 
3 
4.0 l'Hospital's Rule continued 
see OneNote Lecture 

4 
4.0 Study Day 
see OneNote Practice 

5 

Quiz (4.0) l'Hospital's Rule 

201516 (Current Year) has the following Chapter 4 Syllabus  
1 
4Jan, Mon 
4.1 Sigma Notation 
p222. 323,33 
2 

4.1 Intro to Area 
p222. 4347,48,4953,54 
3 

[for 201617, this study day will be cancelled]  
4 
4.2 Definite Integral  Riemann Sums 
[201617 show examples of data in tables converted to area under
curve]
p231. 119  
5 
4.2 cont'd 
p231. 31a,c, 37 

6 
11Jan, Mon 
4.6 Numeric Integration  
Worksheet (handout) p269 1 (LRS & RRS) 3 (MRS) ,5 (Trap. Rule) [use n=4 for all] 
7 
4.6 cont'd 
Worksheet on Numeric Integration 

8 

Homework Quiz 

9 
4.3 First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 
p241. 525,33,35 

10 
4.3 cont'd 


11 
19Jan, Tue 
4.4 Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 
p250. 311 
Snow Day  no school  
12 
4.5 Mean Value Theorem for Integrals & Symmetry 
p258. 1, 3, 7, 15, 17, 35, 39, 41, 47 

13 
22Jan, Fri 
4.5 cont'd 

14 
25Jan, Mon 

Homework Quiz Quiz (Sect 4.34.5) [no substitution] 
15 
4.4 Method of Substitution with change of limits 
p250. 1531 eoo, 3547,51,53 

16 
Study & Sample Chapter Test 
p271. 1,5,7,12,15,17,21,23 Handout: select Questions from AP Exams...2010 APCalculusBC FR #5...emphasis on "justify" 

17 
29Jan, Fri 
Test Ch 4 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
1 
1Feb, Mon 
5.1 Area of a Plane Region 
p280. 19,10,13,2125,29,31 
2 
5.1 cont'd (focus: slicing horizontally) 


3 
5.1 cont'd 

4 
5.2 Volumes of Solids: slabs, disks, washers 
p286. 1,3a,b ,711,17,1925, 33a,b 

5 
5Feb, Fri 
5.2 group work day 

6 
8Feb, Mon 
5.2 cont'd 

7 
5.2 cont'd 
Worksheet 5.15.2 (homework score) 

8 

Quiz (Sect.5.15.2  AP Style) 

9 
11Feb, Thur 
Review (Sample Test Problems) or Sample AP Exam 
p322. 1,2,11,17,18,19,21 
10 
16Feb, Tue 
Review 

11 

Test (Sect. 5.15.2) 

12 
5.3 Volumes of Solids of Revolutions: shell method 
p293. 3,717, 23a,b 

13 
19Feb, Fri 
5.3 cont'd 
[201617 Review math symbols and quantifiers (there exists, for each, element of, such that, etc.)] 8 problem set (1/2page) for washer, disk, shell around yaxis or xaxis 
14 
22Feb, Mon 
5.4 Length of a Planar Curve 
p300. 111, 23, 25, 27 
15 
5.4 cont'd 


snow day  
16 
5.4 cont'd 
Homework Quiz (all Ch 5) 

17 
26Feb, Fri 
Quiz 5.35.4 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
1 
29Feb, Mon 
6.1 Natural Logarithm 
p330. 3,5,921,2735, 41,45,53,57 
2 

6.1 cont'd 

3 

6.2 Inverse Functions with derivatives 
p336. 17,11,13,17,23,25,29,3339 
4 

6.2 cont'd 

5 
4Mar, Fri 
6.3 Natural Exponential Function 
p341. 323, 27, 3747 
6 
7Mar, Mon 
6.3 cont'd 

7 


Homework Quiz Quiz (Sect 6.16.3) 
8 

6.4 General Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 
p346. 133 
9 

6.4 cont'd 

10 
11Mar, Fri 

Quiz for Fluency (Sect 6.16.4) 
11 
14Mar, Mon 
Study 
Review Problems Handout 30 pts homework quiz score due Fri, 1Apr +3 bonus if turned in on or before Mon 28Mar [over spring break] +3 additional bonus if turned in on or before Fri 18Mar [before spring break] 
12 


Test (Sect 6.16.4) 
13 

6.5 Exponential Growth and Decay & Modeling Exponential Growth 
p353. 37,13,17,2529,37 
14 

6.5 cont'd 

15 
18Mar, Fri 
6.8 Inverse Trigonometric Functions with derivatives 
p371. 123, 38, 4151, 5765, 89 
SPRING BREAK  
16 
28Mar, Mon 
6.8 cont'd 

17 
6.8 cont'd 

18 


Pairs / Trio Quiz (Sect. 6.16.5,6.8) reTest (Sect 6.16.5) [afterschool if given] 
19 

Review 
p380. 5, 11, 13, 17, 23, 27, 3135, 4145 
20 
1Apr, Fri 
Review 

21 
4Apr, Mon 

22 
5Apr, Tue 
Test (Sect. 6.16.5 & 6.8)  Day 1 [no calculator] 

23 
6Apr, Wed 
Test (Sect. 6.16.5 & 6.8)  Day 2 [calculator allowed] 
* DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR ON ANY PROBLEM (or set of problems) MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK (*)
Day  Date  Section  Assignment 
1 
7Apr, Thur 
Handout: AP Exam and Final Exam Packet [due 6May] 
Handout Packet will be a 50 point homework score as well as a 50 point quiz score due 6May 
2 
8Apr, Fri 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

3 
11Apr, Mon 
AP Exam and Final Exam Preparation [2nd hour in A314, 6th hour in A205] 
PARCC Exams (Algebra 2 & Juniors in English) 
4 
12Apr, Tue 
AP Exam and Final Exam Preparation [2nd hour in A314, 6th hour in A205] 
PARCC Exams (Algebra 2 & Juniors in English) 
5 
13Apr, Wed 
AP Exam and Final Exam Preparation [2nd hour in A314, 6th hour in A205] 
PARCC Exams (Algebra 2 & Juniors in English) 
6 
14Apr, Thur 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 
[201617 Convert 2 Topics Quizzes and 2 Review Tests to 4 days of Practice AP Exam]

7 
15Apr, Fri 

Semester 1 Topics Quiz

8 
18Apr, Mon 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

9 
19Apr, Tue 
Semester 2 Topics Quiz


10 
20Apr, Wed 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

11 
21Apr, Thur 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

12 
22Apr, Fri 
REVIEW TEST 1 [not required for dualcredit in 2016] 
Review Test 1 Expectations:

13 
25Apr, Mon 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

14 
26Apr, Tue 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 
2nd hour  all students taking any AP Exam meet in commons to complete paperwork prior to AP Exams 
15 
27Apr, Wed [1st4th Hours] 
Inschool fullscale Mock Exams for all AP Exams (must sign up as Mock Exam is an inschool field trip) 
Quiz (50 pts) Score for Mock Exam Participation and Evaluation Day 7:20 11:20 students report to John Davis Wrestling Facility 
16 
28Apr, Thur 
Mock Exam evaluation/scoring 
Due: Mock Exam Evaluation for a Quiz (50 pts) Score 
17 
29Apr, Fri 
REVIEW TEST 2 [not required for dualcredit in 2016] 
Review Test 2 Expectations:

18 
2May, Mon 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

19 
3May, Tue 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

20 
4May, Wed 
AP Exam and Final Exam preparation 

21 
5May, Thur 
AP Calculus AB Exam 
2017 AP Exams (Week 1):
2017 AP Exams (Week 2):
2018 AP Exams (Week 1):
2018 AP Exams (Week 2):

22 
6May, Fri 
Due: AP Exam and Final Exam Packet [Handout from 7Apr] 
Review Packet Handout: Quiz (50pts) and Homework Quiz (50pts) 
23 
9May, Mon 
Final Exam preparation 
Makeup of Review Test (1 xor 2) 
24 
10May, Tue 
Final Exam preparation 
Alternate day for makeup of Review Test (1 xor 2) 
25 
11May, Wed 
AP Calculus AB FINAL EXAM  Day 1 
Final Exam Expectations:

26 
12May, Thur 
AP Calculus AB FINAL EXAM  Day 2 
Final Exam Expectations:

27 
13May, Fri 
Book/Booklet turnin / Final Exam Makeup day 
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