# Week of June 1

**Pun:** Big shout out to my fingers. I can always count on them.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— Check Your PowerSchool Grade for Missing Work!

— All Handouts/Videos/Solutions are on my DP

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

Non-Honors:

[55 min] Catch-Up and Turn-In or FTOC Videos w/Honors

Honors:

[25 min] Proofs of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

[35 min] Catch-Up and Turn-In

All:

[05 min] Wrap Up!

# Week of May 25

**Pun:** You can’t plant flowers if you haven’t botany.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— More Properties of Definite Integrals + Defining Area Functions are due

— Corrections on Evaluation Practice + Combining Regions are due Friday (not day of class)

— Check Google Classroom for Assignments + Turn Assignments into Google Classroom

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

[25 min] Introduction to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

[15 min] The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part I

[15 min] Directed Work Time (Break-Out Rooms)

# Week of May 18

**Pun:** A boat carrying red paint and a boat carrying blue paint crashed into each other. The crews were marooned.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— More Properties of Definite Integrals + Defining Area Functions are Due

— Corrections on Evaluation Practice + Combining Regions are due Friday

— Check Google Classroom for Assignments + Turn Assignments into Google Classroom

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

[20 min] Working with Area Functions

[20 min] Definite Integrals with Variable Bounds

[15 min] Directed Work Time (Break-Out Rooms)

# Week of May 11

I always wanted to be a Gregorian monk. Unfortunately, I never got the chants.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— Evaluating Integrals + Combining Regions are Due

— Corrections on More Antiderivative Practice + Riemann Sums are due Friday (not day of class)

— Check Google Classroom for Assignments + Turn Assignments into Google Classroom

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

[20 min] More Properties of Definite Integrals

[20 min] Defining “Area Functions”

[15 min] Directed Work Time: More Properties + Area Functions

# Week of May 4

Pun: How much room is needed for a fungi to grow? As mushroom as possible.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— More Antiderivative Practice + Investigating Riemann Sum is Due

— Check Google Classroom for Assignments

— Turn Assignments into Google Classroom

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

[15 min] Evaluating Definite Integrals with Desmos

[15 min] Properties of Definite Integrals: Combining Regions

[25 min] Directed Work Time: Evaluation Practice + Combining Regions + Khan Academy

# Week of April 27

Pun: I just found out I'm colorblind. The diagnosis came completely out of the purple.

**Reminders**

— Friday is a Snow Day (No School)

— Class D Math is Tuesday, Apr 28 at 11:00am

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— Antiderivative Practice is Due at Beginning of Class (Class B: due Friday)

— Check Google Classroom for Assignments

— Turn Assignments into Google Classroom

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

[10 min] Video/Discussion: A Rule For Finding Antiderivatives

[15 min] Video/Discussion: Riemann Sums Revisited + Investigating Riemann Sums

[30 min] Directed Work Time: More Antiderivative Practice + Investigating Riemann Sums + Khan Academy

# Week of April 20

**Pun:** Today, I tried to catch fog. I mist.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— Advisory: Wednesdays (30 minutes, between 1 and 2pm)

— Clubs/Electives (Optional) start this week

— Be sure to sign up for your Google Classroom

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[05 min] Attendance + Check-In

[10 min] Review: Power Rule

[10 min] Introduction to Antiderivatives

[35 min] Directed Work Time: Review + Antiderivatives

# Week of April 13

**Pun:** I read a book on anti-gravity… It was impossible to put down.

**Reminders**

— Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays 1:15-1:45

— Advisory: Wednesdays (30 minutes, between 1 and 2pm)

— Clubs/Electives (Optional) start next week

**Agenda — (All Classes)**

[15 min] Attendance + Hellos + 5 Types of Online Profs + Using Zoom

[10 min] How will We Learn Math? + Office Hours

[10 min] What are Your Burning Questions?

[15 min] Review Part 1: Limits

[10 min] Check-In Time

# Monday, March 16

**School is Closed until April 7 but... ****Monday is still Bad Pun Day:**

I have a fear of over-engineered buildings. It’s a complex complex complex.

**Agenda**

While school is closed, there is plenty you can be doing to stay productive in Math and reinforce your learning from this semester.

My most recommended source of review material is on Khan Academy. Here are some links to material that may be helpful for review, filling in knowledge gaps, and testing your understanding:

__Limits and continuity____Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules____Curve Analysis____Extreme value theorem, global versus local extrema, and …____Determining intervals on which a function is increasing or ...____Using the first derivative test to find relative (local) extrema____Determining concavity of intervals and finding points of inflection____Sketching curves of functions and their derivatives__

This covers a fair amount of material. I suggest you start with limits and work through exercises and quizzes, using the videos as needed. Not all the linked material has been covered in class, so use your notes to decide what you think you really need to focus on.

As mentioned in an e-mail I sent, if you feel you need a primer in some of the pre-calculus topics, there are links to Khan Academy on the Summer Assignment page:

__Khan Academy Links in The Summer Assignment__

It is recommended you focus on Interpreting Functions, Exponents and Radicals, Polynomials, and Factors and Divisibility.

Solving equations (an algebra skill) plays a big role in calculus problems. If you feel you need a primer on that, please check out these resources on Khan Academy:

Honors Students: As we discussed in class, solving quadratic inequalities is often encountered in curve analysis. You may want to check this out:

If you need help or more guidance, please e-mail me.

# Friday, March 13

**Half-Day — Advisory Olympics Postponed**

9:30 - 11:30 Team Time

11:30 - 12:30 Advisory