• Week 7: AP Exam Week!

    Posted by David Rau on 5/11/2020

    Good luck and keep studying hard! Make sure you let me know that your testing ticket is available to you! 

    Your exam is Tuesday at 2 PM, be sure you have tried and have chosen your device for test day. Look to the COVID AP page to see all resources and instructions. 

     

    Office Hours today at Noon!

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  • Week 6: 5/4-5-8 EXAM NEXT WEEK

    Posted by David Rau on 5/4/2020

    The last week before the AP exam May 12 at 2 PM Eastern Time! 

    AP Exam Info - navigate to Calculus AB and be sure to read everything!

    IT IS OPEN NOTE BUT KNOW YOUR STUFF!!! 

    Also see my page on my site about taking the exam and make sure you practice using the AP exam platform on whatever testing device you plan to use. 

     

    This week I'm providing two FRQ analyses not to over work you, but to make sure those who want extra resources have them. 

    (as of 5/4 only one analysis is complete, check back 5/5 for the second)

     

     Assignment:

    2016 FRQ Analysis 

    THIS TIME YOU WILL UPLOAD PICTURES OF YOUR WORK!

    TRY TO FIT EACH PROBLEM ON TO ONE PAGE FRONT AND BACK

    (This is to practice uploading and organizing your work for AP exam day. They give 5 minutes per question to upload work. Next week we'll practice on the AP platform)

    I need you to click the link for the FRQ and complete questions 3-6. The rest are no longer relevant to how FRQ's are done this crazy year. 

    2016 FRQ's: 3-6 Only

    After you genuinely try these, review the solutions and scoring guidelines here. 

    2016 Scoring Guideline

    Then watch the video guides for each question if you need clarification interpreting the scoring guide or just for tips on ideas going on in the problem

    Q3

    Q4 

    Q5 

    Q6 

     

    SURVEY FOR 2016 ON GOOGLECLASSROOM OR LINKED HERE

     

    BONUS STUDY MATERIAL!

    2015 FRQ's 3-6 Only

    2015 Scoring Guidelines

    Videos 

    Q3

    Q4

    Q5

    Q6

     

     

     

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  • Week 5: 4/27-5/1

    Posted by David Rau on 4/27/2020

    This is it! You've done all the Khan Unit Reviews! This week we'll keep it light with 1 more FRQ analysis but next week as the exam approaches, we'll have 2 FRQ analyses (plural idk). 

    Notes: 

    1. Progress Reports finalize this friday, have everything complete

    2. AP Exam Info - navigate to Calculus AB and be sure to read everything!

    IT IS OPEN NOTE BUT KNOW YOUR STUFF!!! 

    (you should be using a 1 page "formula sheet" max. Otherwise you don't have time to navigate through the questions and find things you need) 

     

     

    Assignment:

    2017 FRQ Analysis 

    THIS TIME YOU WILL UPLOAD PICTURES OF YOUR WORK!

    TRY TO FIT EACH PROBLEM ON TO ONE PAGE FRONT AND BACK

    (This is to practice uploading and organizing your work for AP exam day. They give 5 minutes per question to upload work. Next week we'll practice on the AP platform)

    I need you to click the link for the FRQ and complete questions 3-6. The rest are no longer relevant to how FRQ's are done this crazy year. 

    2017 FRQ's: 3-6 Only

    After you genuinely try these, review the solutions and scoring guidelines here. 

    2017 Scoring Guideline

    Then watch the video guides for each question if you need clarification interpreting the scoring guide or just for tips on ideas going on in the problem

    Q3

    Q4 

    Q5 

    Q6 

     

    HOW DO YOU GET GRADED!?

    I need you to join my google classroom *Be sure you're signed into your marionstudents email * with the following code:

    pc4i4gf

    and then complete the Week 5 FRQ Survey

    What's on the survey??? look below!

    1. The score you think you recieved out of 9 for each question attempted before looking at solutions

    2. Two big ideas you felt comfortable with or got correct in general

    3. Two questions you have the most difficulty with

    4. Two things you learned from watching the FRQ guide or reading the scoring report

    THIS ASSIGNMENT IS BASED ON COMPLETION

    I don't care how much you get right or wrong and really I'm already trusting you're being genuine. This is about self reflection and understanding the demands of the FRQ's.

    Good luck!  

     

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  • AP Exam Info!

    Posted by David Rau on 4/22/2020

    https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams/ap-exam-schedule#courseSpecific

    Calculus AB

    Test Date and Time:

    May 12th 2 P.M. 

    FRQ ONLY! 2 Questions: Q1(60%) Q2(40%)

    Students will have 25 minutes to read and respond to Question 1, and then 5 minutes to upload their response. After uploading the response to Question 1, students will have 15 minutes to respond to Question 2, with 5 additional minutes to upload their response to Question 2. Once their response to Question 1 has been submitted, they cannot go back to it.

    Unit 8 Is Not Covered! (Anything in the khan unit Applications of Integration)

     

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  • Week 4: 4/20-4/24

    Posted by David Rau on 4/20/2020

    Assignments: 

    1. Khan Academy Differential Equations Unit Test

    Video Guide P1

    Video Guide P2

     

     

    2. FRQ Analysis

     

    I need you to click the link for the FRQ and complete questions 3-6. The rest are no longer relevant to how FRQ's are done this crazy year. 

    2018 FRQ's: 3-6 Only

    After you genuinely try these, review the solutions and scoring guidelines here. 

    2018 Scoring Guideline

    Then watch the video guides for each question if you need clarification interpreting the scoring guide or just for tips on ideas going on in the problem

    Q3

    Q4

    Q5

    Q6 

     

    HOW DO YOU GET GRADED!?

    I need you to join my google classroom *Be sure you're signed into your marionstudents email * with the following code:

    pc4i4gf

    and then complete the Week 4 FRQ Survey

    What's on the survey??? look below!

    1. The score you think you recieved out of 9 for each question attempted before looking at solutions

    2. Two big ideas you felt comfortable with or got correct in general

    3. Two questions you have the most difficulty with

    4. Two things you learned from watching the FRQ guide or reading the scoring report

    THIS ASSIGNMENT IS BASED ON COMPLETION

    I don't care how much you get right or wrong and really I'm already trusting you're being genuine. This is about self reflection and understanding the demands of the FRQ's.

    Good luck!  

     

     

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  • Week 3: 4/13-4/17

    Posted by David Rau on 4/13/2020

    This week you'll have one khan unit:

    Integration!

    Video Guide P1

    Video Guide P2

    Video Guide P3

     

    Assignment 2:

     

    This assignment will be different than your others. Please read all instructions before beginning or clicking any links even if not all parts are yet available.

    I need you to click the link for the FRQ and complete questions 3,4, and 6. The rest are no longer relevant to how FRQ's are done this crazy year. 

    2019 FRQ's  ONLY 3,4, and 6

    After you genuinely try these, review the solutions and scoring guidelines here. 

    2019 Scoring Guidelines

    Then watch the video guides for each question if you need clarification interpreting the scoring guide or just for tips on ideas going on in the problem

    Q3

    Q4

    Q6 

     

    HOW DO YOU GET GRADED!?

    I need you to join my google classroom *Be sure you're signed into your marionstudents email * with the following code:

    pc4i4gf

    and then complete the Week 3: 4/13-4/17 FRQ survey. 

    What's on the survey??? look below!

    1. The score you think you recieved out of 9 for each question attempted before looking at solutions

    2. Two big ideas you felt comfortable with or got correct in general

    3. Two questions you have the most difficulty with

    4. Two things you learned from watching the FRQ guide or reading the scoring report

    THIS ASSIGNMENT IS BASED ON COMPLETION

    I don't care how much you get right or wrong and really I'm already trusting you're being genuine. This is about self reflection and understanding the demands of the FRQ's.

    Good luck!  

     

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  • Week 2: 4/6-4/10

    Posted by David Rau on 4/6/2020

    This week the goal is to review the 2 khan assignments

    1. Contextual Applications to Differentiation

    Video Guide P1

    Video Guide P2

     

     

    2. Applying Derivative to analyze functions

    Video Guide P1

    Video Guide P2

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  • Week 1: 4/1-4/3

    Posted by David Rau on 3/31/2020

    4/1

    Quarter 4: It's ALL REVIEW BABY!

    This week you have 3 assignments: 

    1. Khan Limits Unit Test (34Q)

    2. Khan Derivatives Basic(23Q)

    Calc Derivatives Unit Guides

    Calc Derivatives Unit Test Guide Part 1

    Calc Derivatives Unit Test Guide Part 2

    3. AP Classroom FRQ 1A. 

    I will plan to have a zoom review session friday around 10-11:30 but this highly depends on my son's nap time. 

    I will also be posting videos of review concepts along the way. Ultimately, each of those problems has a related video and written guidance so you can do it!

    They are due 4/8:

    In the future, assignments will be given on Monday, and due the f

    ollowing Monday

     

    4/3

     

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  • Online Learning: *MUST READ*

    Posted by David Rau on 3/31/2020

    Welcome to Online Learning! I'm going to quickly talk through the major resources and ways we'll work together during this crazy time. 

    1. Assignments will most likely be exclusively through Khan Academy. Check Khan Daily for assignments and due dates. I will post the related khan videos and additional videos made by me to help complete the assignments. Any assignment will have a week to be completed. 

     

    2. To communicate with me:

    Email: david.rau@marion.k12.fl.us

    Google Voice/Messager : 352-462-3576

    --- This will automatically go to voicemail. I will return your call promptly after recieving your message, leave this for EMERGENCY or PARENT CONTACT ONLY

    Remind: 

    Calculus:    @WPHCalc

    Stat:            @WPHStat

    PreCal:        @WPHPreC

    -- I will always send a remind to tell you when assignments are posted, due, etc. Also Remind is my preferred way you ask a question about the material. Take a picture of the problem you're struggling with and send it to me and i'll guide you through as best as possible.

     

    3. Zoom Office Hours will be held anywhere from 11 to 1 and are meant to mimic Alpha Time: 

    Mon: Calculus

    Tuesday: Stat

     

    Wed/Thurs/Fri: PreCal

    Codes will be sent out through remind and the weekly page.

    I will try to also incorperate at least one live session during the week in a normal class period time. More info on this later.

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