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Jason Slowbe

12th Grade Math

Great Oak High

Temecula, CA

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(10 Units, 104 Lessons)

Unit 2 - Limits and Derivatives(10 Lessons)

Unit 1 - Back to School(6 Lessons)

Unit 2 - Limits and Derivatives(10 Lessons)

Unit 3 - Formalizing Derivatives and Techniques for Differentiation(21 Lessons)

Unit 4 - Applications of Differentiation, Part 1(5 Lessons)

Unit 5 - Applications of Differentiation, Part 2(8 Lessons)

Unit 6 - The Integral(9 Lessons)

Unit 7 - Applications of Integration(14 Lessons)

Unit 8 - Differential Equations(8 Lessons)

Unit 9 - Full Course Review via Motion(17 Lessons)

Unit 10 - The Final Stretch - Preparing for the AP Exam(6 Lessons)

Introducing Limits

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:What is a limit? When rooted in meaningful contexts, students will see that limits are not that complicated and are quite natural too.

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16 Resources

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So Close, Yet So Far

12th Grade Math

» Unit:

Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:If we get infinitely close to a wall, will we ever reach the wall? Questions involving infinity help students grasp the concept of a limit.

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21 Resources

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Limits Algebraically - Do More Math!

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:Indeterminate forms of limits usually are NOT undefined or DNE. But how do we convince students of this? Answers abound in this lesson.

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15 Resources

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Limit Laws of the Land

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:Limits are mathematical objects with familiar numeric properties. Today students will make and verify conjectures for these limit properties.

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To Be Continued...

12th Grade Math

» Unit:

Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:Calculus has limits (pun intended!) on its applicability to continuous functions. But why? Today students explore the need for continuity.

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Continuity Continued... Catch-up Day

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:After yesterday’s packed lesson we take today to catch our breath, answer students’ questions, and practice applying this new learning.

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The Difference Quotient, Form 1

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:We have built the foundation. Students are now ready to understand the Difference Quotient both graphically and algebraically.

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The Difference Quotient, Form 2

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:A variation on yesterday’s difference quotient provides a more useful way to find slopes of tangents and compute derivatives algebraically.

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Using the Difference Quotient

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:Students practice using the difference quotient algebraically and assess the correctness of their results graphically.

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Reviewing Limits and the Difference Quotient

12th Grade Math

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Limits and Derivatives

Big Idea:Having taught each piece, now it is time to connect any loose ends and reassemble the pieces of the limits and difference quotient puzzle.

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19 Resources

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