**This page is undergoing updating and revisions – October 16, 2018**

The monthly pages in this list of posts on topics are arranged so that you can stay ahead of your schedule. This is not intended to be a day-by-day listing of what you should teach, or even in what order you the topics should be taught. The topics for each month are arranged so that you can read them before you get to that topic – that is, so that you can use them to plan several weeks ahead of when you teach the topics, or use a different order.

Resources

A list with links to a variety of resources for teachers including the Course and Exam Description, indices to questions and other topics of interest.

August –

- Getting started – Resources and other start of the year information. Includes notes on graphing calculator use.
- Pre-calculus topics and ideas,
- Limits,
- Theorems, definitions, and Logic

September

- Definition of Derivative
- Computing Derivatives
- The Mean Value Theorem

October

November

December

- Getting ready to integrate
- Riemann sums, the definition of the definite integral and the Fundamental theorem of Calculus

January

- Techniques of Integration
- Area and Volumes of Solid Figures
- Other applications of integration
- Parametric, Vector, and Polar Functions (BC topics)
- Accumulation

February

- Differential Equations
- Power Series (BC topic)

Reviewing for the AP Exams (March)

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