This course is equivalent to a rigorous college Calculus I course and will cover the objectives as listed in the College Board AP Calculus AB
Framework. By successfully completing this course, you will develop and apply the MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES
over the span of the COURSE CONTENT
while discovering an appreciation of Calculus as part of God’s grand and perfect design!
1. Implementing Mathematical Processes – determine expressions and values using mathematical procedures and rules.
2. Connecting Representations – translate mathematical information from a single representation or across multiple representations.
3. Justification – Justify reasoning and solutions.
4. Communication and Notation – Use correct notation, language, and mathematical conventions to communicate results or solutions.
1. Limits and Continuity
2. Differentiation: Definition and Fundamental Properties
3. Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions
4. Contextual Applications of Differentiation
5. Analytical Applications of Differentiation
6. Integration and Accumulation of Change
7. Differential Equations
8. Applications of Integration
Students scoring well on the AP exam will be eligible for college credit and/or advanced placement at most universities.
Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus Honors or Standard Pre-Calculus with Department recommendation.
*A TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator is required for this course. Course Code- #2772