Math 119: Learning Goals Checklist

Name:
In order to get credit for meeting a learning goal, you have to correctly apply the goal in a way that is relevant
to the problem, and then you need to specifically indicate where in your work you met the learning goal.
Note that on the “Learning Goal” line, the ‘A’ stands for “Anywhere” (Homework and Quizzes both count) and
the ‘Q’ stands for “Quiz.”
D-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
D1: I can persevere by trying multiple approaches.
D2: I can answer questions in complete sentences.
D3: I can name the main 2-step process of calculus.
D4: I can state two things that a derivative measures.
D5: I can state two things that an integral measures.
D6: I know when to use limit.
D7: I know when to use derivative.
D8: I know when to use integral.
CD-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
CD1: I can correctly interpret what a graph means.
CD2: I can state what limits informally mean.
CD3: I can estimate limits from graphs.
CD4: I can estimate limits from tables of numbers.
CD5: I can estimate derivatives numerically.
CD6: I can estimate derivatives graphically.
CD7: I can use Riemann sums to estimate integrals.
C-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
C1: I can identity the relationship between a function’s value
and its limit.
C2: I can determine (non-derivative) limits when the numerator
or denominator goes to 0.
C3: I can state what limits involving ∞ informally mean.
C4: I can apply the definition of continuity.
C5: I can sketch f, f

, or f

given a graph of f, f

, or f

.
C6: I can determine the relationship between the sign of f, f

, or f

and whether a function is increasing/decreasing.
C7: I can determine the relationship between the sign of f, f

, or f

and a function’s concavity.
C8: I can estimate a function’s concavity from a table.
C9: I can determine the sign of derivatives from word problems.
C10: I can evaluate integrals using only simple geometric formulas.
C11: I can put integrals and Riemann sums in order.
BC-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
BC1: I can create examples of functions given a set of criteria.
BC2: I can extract mathematical formulas from English sentences.
BC3: I can use the Constant Multiple Rule for derivatives.
BC4: I can use the Sum/Difference Rule for derivatives.
BC5: I can use the Product Rule for derivatives.
BC6: I can use the Quotient Rule for derivatives.
BC7: I can use the Chain Rule for derivatives.
BC8: I can take derivatives of polynomials and rational functions.
BC9: I can take derivatives of trigonometric functions.
BC10: I can take derivatives of logarithmic functions.
BC11: I can take derviatives of exponential functions.
BC12: I can use the Constant Multiple Rule for integrals.
BC13: I can use the Sum/Difference Rule for integrals.
BC14: I can find antiderivatives of polynomials and rational functions.
BC15: I can find antiderivatives of trigonometric functions.
BC16: I can find antiderviatives of exponential functions.
BC17: I can find the equation of a tangent line.
B-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
B1: I can find limits algebraically.
B2: I can use linear approximation.
B3: I can find extrema.
B4: I can determine intervals of increasing/decreasing.
B5: I can use the First or Second Derivative Test.
B6: I can find inflection points.
B7: I can determine intervals of concavity.
B8: I can find derivatives using implicit differentiation.
B9: I can apply the IVT.
B10: I can apply the MVT.
B11: I can apply the derivative to solve problems of motion.
B12: I can calculate definite integrals.
B13: I can use u-substitution to find integrals.
B14: I can apply the integral to solve problems of motion.
B15: I can use FToCI.
B16: I can use FToCII.
AB-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
AB1: I can write δ- proofs for linear functions.
Learning Goal (1)
I did at least half of the Proof Problems.
I completed at least 3 of the 6 ‘Q’ (‘A’ does not count) requirements for Goals A1 and A2.
I successfully did a project.
A-level goals
Learning Goal A (1) Q (2) Q (3) Q (4)
A1: I can solve Related Rates problems.
A2: I can use the definition of the integral to evaluate integrals.
A3: I can write δ- proofs for quadratic functions.
Learning Goal (1)
I did all of the Proof Problems.

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