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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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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

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.

This comprehensive review of Finding Derivatives is perfect for your AP Calculus, Honors, Dual Enrollment or College Calculus 1 classes. It includes two versions of a handout, each with 22 well chosen representative questions. One version is in multiple choice format and the other is in free re

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Grab this great STUFF YOU MUST KNOW COLD handout. It is an adaptation from Sean Bird's material at Covenant Christian School, used with permission. There are six pages of everything important for the AP CALCULUS AB STUDENT to know backwards and forwards…definitions, theorems, properties, family of f

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Also included in: AP Calculus AB Curriculum Bundle

Trigonometry Parent Functions - Graphic OrganizersSIX graphic organizers for the trigonometric functions:• Sine• Cosine• Tangent• Secant• Cosecant• CotangentThe graphic organizers include domain, range, continuity, symmetry, local maxima and minima, periods, asymptotes, intervals of increase and dec

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With a single download, you can access 13 different resources for your calculus students. These resources are all available on my TpT site for free as single downloads too. Many of these are written by my colleagues who want to share their work so that more students get more engaging calculus prac

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 Car

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The videos are to be used as a PREVIEW of the next day’s 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:
• St

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Here is a THANK YOU GIFT FOR 1000 FOLLOWERS! I truly appreciate your support. There is a GNAW Foldable© , 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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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.

This circuit has 20 questions which all require chain rule. There are many different functions from power to trig, but there are no logarithms, exponential, nor inverse trig functions (written especially for those of you who teach late trancendentals). For some of the problems, students will just

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

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

Toothpicks on a Tangent Line - A Discovery Activity is a FUN FREEBIE to get your Calculus students thinking graphically about the definition of a tangent line. College Board® Topics:Topic 2.1: Defining Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change at a PointTopic 2.2: Defining the Derivative of a Func

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Also included in: Calculus Differentiation Activities and Assessments (Unit 2)

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

Your students will stay engaged and get good practice with these 18 volumes of rotation problems in the circuit format. Students must search for their answers to advance in the circuit. It makes the students ask questions when they get stuck! All of the problems can be worked without a calculator

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This is a sample of a complete (Precalculus) lesson for any unit in my store. I hope you enjoy the detail and rigor that is provided for both you and your students. Every lesson includes✎ A Bound-Book style Foldable✎ A daily homework assignment✎ Multiple forms of a daily homework quiz or exit

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