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Benjamin Dillon Education SJHS ’86, Purdue ’89, IUSB ’99 Favorite Quote “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast!” Contact 289-TREK [email protected] AB Calculus Description This course provides students with the content established by the College Board. Topics include: (1) functions, graphs, and limits, (2) derivatives, and (3) integrals. The use of graphing technology is required. AB Calculus Outcomes Understand a derivative and use derivatives to solve problems. Understand a definite integral and use integrals to solve problems. Understand the relationship between derivatives and integrals. Communicate mathematics well and be able to explain solutions. Model physical situations mathematically. Use technology to help solve problems, experiment, interpret results, and verify conclusions. Strategy for Success Practice! AB Calculus Materials Calendar 1st Semester: Preparation for Calculus, Limits and their Properties, Differentiation, Applications of Differentiation 2nd Semester: Integration, Transcendental Functions, Applications of Integration, Integration Techniques, AP Exam Prep AB Calculus Components Test (100): Once per chapter, divided between MC and FR Project (50): Once per quarter Homework (5): Almost nightly, may be optional Quiz (10): At least once per chapter, rarely announced Journal (0): Once per chapter for feedback Scale A+ ≥ 99 A ≥ 95 A- ≥ 93 B+ ≥ 91 B ≥ 87 B- ≥ 85 C+ ≥ 83 C ≥ 79 C- ≥ 77 D+ ≥ 75 D ≥ 72 D- ≥ 70 Room 205 Policies Attendance: Planned absences get no extension, unplanned absences get extension equal to number of days absent Tardiness: “On time” includes not needing to leave after arrival Behavior: Every member of this class is responsible for maintaining a positive classroom environment. Consequences (reset every quarter): Warning, AM/PM, Detention Procedures Syllabus: Once per month Review Sessions: Usually the morning of a test