**Monday 8/28**

In Class:

- Grading/etc
- Resources
- Two Questions that Calculus can help us answer <link>
- Calculus viewpoint vs Algebra Viewpoint

HW:

If you desire, watching these videos and taking notes may help.

- Watch the following videos

Mr Leckie Sec 2.1 videos

- fill out the notes. Mr Leckie Notes Chapter 2 This will take you approximately 90 minutes so plan your time.

**Tuesday 8/29**

In Class

- Warm-up Factoring, Graphing Piece-wise Defined functions.
- Learning Intention:
*You will understand how to find limits graphically.* - FDWK

HW:

- Finish watching the videos and take notes (optional)
- Start Chapter HW Section 2.1 (Optional for tonight)

Sec 2.1: 3–36 multiples of 3, 38, 47, 50-58, 61, 64

- Make sure you know how to find the values for the six trig ratios given a point on a circle and make sure you know how to graph a piece wise defined function consisting of lines, parabolas and an absolute value function. If you need some help check out the course web site. Practice FFF The FFF 0 Key

**Wednesday 8/30**

In Class:

*We can find limits algebraically.*

HW:

Working on FDWK

**Thursday 8/31**

In class:* I can find limits out at infinity*

Some examples.

HW : Take the weekend off.

**Tuesday 9/5**

Learning targets:

*I can find an average rate of change (a slope)*

*I can find an instaneous rate of change using limits (finding a slope at a single point*

HW:

- Working on FDWK Section 2.1 I’ll suggest some.

**Wednesday 9/6**

In Class:

- Work day: Finishing up Section 2.1 Evaluating Limits

HW:

- Working on FDWK Section 2.1

**Thursday 9/7**

In Class:

Work day and Practice Quiz

HW:

Get ready for the quiz

**Friday 9/8**

In Class:

Twenty minutes

Quiz on Section 2.1

Finding limits

graphically

algebraically

out at infinity

and finding average and instantaneous rates of change.

No hw.