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THIS IS AN UPDATE THAT NOW HAS A COMPLETE ANSWER KEY! Thank you for your patience over the past year as I have had to redo this collection after a technological disaster.
Are you frustrated by traditional textbooks? I sure am!! I do not issue my students a traditional textbook anymore in any of

This set of 20 questions will help your students take notes on the significant historical, scientific, and mathematical events in the movie Hidden Figures. There are easily 20 more questions that can be asked, I just happened to focus on these. You might give your students the assignment to come up

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Here's an awesomely fun Calculus Review Foldable (R) that you can use from the beginning of the year to the end-year BLITZ! Whether you teach Early Transcendentals or not...build the pages one at a time, them connect them all at the end.
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Highlighting the style of questions in the new AP Calculus Framework under EK 3.2A2 where students have to express the limit of a Riemann sum in integration notation and vise versa.
Students have to write the limit of a Riemann sum for given integrals and given area graphs. They also must find the

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THIS IS AN ANSWER KEY TO THE UPDATED COMPLETE COURSE Thank you for your patience over the past year as I have had to redo this collection after a technological disaster.
Are you frustrated by traditional textbooks? I sure am!! I do not issue my students a traditional textbook anymore in any of m

Download and use this at the end of your calculus course. Fun! The answers lead from one question to the next in a scavenger-hunt fashion. No calculuator needed. 12 questions.

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Great Review of Finding Derivatives for your AP Calculus, Honors, or College Calculus 1 classes. This resource includes two versions of a handout, each with twenty - two well chosen representative questions, one in multiple choice format and the other in free response format, all with answer ke

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Students evaluate limits and find their answers in the squares on the BINGO board. First one to find a "BINGO" wins!

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This is the beginning of the year letter I send home to all families. Feel free to edit and make changes to reflect your classroom and school. Enjoy!
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Grab this great STRIVE 4 A FIVE, STUFF YOU MUST KNOW COLD handout. It is an adaptation from Sean Bird's material at Covenant Chrisitan. There are six pages of everything important for the AP CALCULUS AB STUDENT to know backwards and forwards. It's a handy reference sheet. Get your students ready fro

The videos are to be used as a PREVIEW of the next dayās lesson. This helps students come to class with some prior knowledge before the lesson is taught. The warm-ups are given as a quick way to check and see if each student watched the short videos.
There are several benefits to this method:
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Trigonometry Parent Functions - Graphic OrganizersThree graphic organizers for the trigonometric functions:ā¢ Sineā¢ Cosineā¢ TangentThe graphic organizers include domain, range, continuity, symmetry, local maxima and minima, periods, asymptotes, intervals of increase and decrease, x and y intercepts,

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Calculus Back to School Engaging Ice Breaker.
This activity is designed as a first week and maybe even first day warm up. So many Calculus students get very nervous about remembering all they learned from last year and start the school year stressing.
Break the ice with this small group Task

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Here is a THANK YOU GIFT FOR 1000 FOLLOWERS! I truly appreciate your support. There is a GNAW FoldableĀ© , created for Algebra 1 or 2 students to introduce the concept of analyzing functions.
You will also find 5 different levels of GNAW activities using the Rule of Four approach to analyzing functi

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In this worksheet, students are presented with a graph and asked to evaluate several limits based on that graph. Right and left-hand limits are included, and the graph features jump and removable discontinuities as well as vertical asymptotes resulting in infinite limits. This is an introductory act

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Evaluating Limits Joke Worksheet. Students solve limit problems and answer will reveal the punchline to a joke.

So it is the end of the year. You're burnt out. The kids are burnt out. But you need to review for the Final Exams/End of Year Testing. Here is a great project for your students that will get them engaged and have them reviewing the material without the class getting bored with the same old examples

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This FREE activity is designed to help your Calculus students with their year-end review of the four procedures that need no work shown using a graphing utility. There are 17 questions that cover these four procedures.
1. Graphing a function in an arbitrary window.
2. Finding zeros of a function.
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Download and use this at the end of your calculus course. This circuit is a good review of calculator use with derivatives, integrals, and applications. The answers lead from one question to the next in a scavenger-hunt fashion. 12 questions.

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This graphic organizer was made after out school got bit by the "Max Thompson" bug. We are working hard to implement Learning Focused Strategies. Research shows that students who learn with graphic organizers are better prepared for assessment. My students did better on their test than in years p

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This worksheet asks students to match nine differential equations with their corresponding slope fields. This activity is intended as a practice exercise or formative assessment for use in the early stages of students' work with slope fields. An answer key is included with this worksheet.

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Cute placemat type activity that can be used as a warm-up or for review.

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This easy to follow handout helps you teach your students how to use the TI Graphing Calculator to graph the derivative of a function on the TI Graphing Calculator 83 or 84. Easy to follow - already used successfully with hundreds of students and also in TI's official Teacher Teaching with Technolo

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Here's a FUN FREEBIE to get your Calculus students thinking graphically about the definition of a tangent line. You might like to use this before teaching my lesson on The Derivative and Tangent Line Problem
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Also included in:Ā Calculus: Differentiation Activities and Assessments Bundle

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