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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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