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ISBN-13
9781464142260
Material ID : 2425
AP Calculus 2e
Authors
Michael Sullivan III
Publisher
Bedford, Freeman, And Worth Publishing Group
Description
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Series
AP Calculus 2e
Alignment
Mathematics >> Calculus
07040000001: A.P. Calculus (AB) (10-12)
Mathematics >> Calculus
07040000002: A.P. Calculus (BC) (10-12)
Adoption Recommendation
Recommended Limited (Fall 2016)
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Evaluation
Focus and Coherence Rating levels: (Meets/Does not Meet/Insufficient Evidence) Non-Negotiable: Materials must focus coherently on the Major Work of the grade in a way that is consistent with the progressions in the Standards. • _M____Students and teachers using the materials as designed devote the majority of time to the Major Work of the grade. • __M___Supporting Work enhances focus and coherence simultaneously by also engaging students in the Major Work of the grade. • _M____Materials follow the grade-by-grade progressions in the Standards. Content from previous or future grades does not unduly interfere with on-grade- level content in lessons or assessments. • __M___Lessons that only include mathematics from previous grades are clearly identified. Must meet Focus and Coherence to be recommended as a primary resource. *If the materials do not meet the non-negotiable requirements for Focus and Coherence, do not recommend the materials as a primary resource. Please continue with the review to determine if the materials may be recommended for supplemental use. Rigor and Balance Rating levels: (Meets=Y/Partially Meets=P/Does not Meet=N) Alignment Criterion 1: Materials must reflect the balances in the Standards and help students meet the Standards’ rigorous expectations. • _Y____ The materials support the development of students’ conceptual understanding of key mathematical concepts, especially where called for in specific content standards or cluster headings. • __Y___The materials are designed so that students attain the fluencies and procedural skills required by the Standards. • ____Y_The materials are designed so that teachers and students spend sufficient time working with applications, without losing focus on the Major Work of each grade. (Are there single- and multi-step contextual problems that develop the mathematics of the grade, afford opportunities for practice, and engage students in problem solving? Standards for Mathematical Practice Rating levels: (Meets=Y/Partially Meets=P/Does not Meet=N) Alignment Criterion 2: Materials must authentically connect content standards and practice standards. • ___Y__Materials address the practice standards in such a way as to enrich the Major Work of the grade; practice standards strengthen the focus on Major Work instead of detracting from it, in both teacher and student materials. • __Y___Tasks and assessments of student learning are designed to provide evidence of students’ proficiency in the Standards for Mathematical Practice. • __Y___Materials support the Standards’ emphasis on mathematical reasoning. Access to the Standards for All Students Rating levels: (Meets=Y/Partially Meets=P/Does not Meet=N) Alignment Criterion 3: Materials must provide supports for English Language Learners and other special populations. • _N____Support for English Language Learners and other special populations is thoughtful (evidence-based) and helps those students meet the same Standards (and rigor) as all other students. The language in which problems are posed is carefully considered. • __P___Materials provide scaffolding, differentiation, intervention, and support for a broad range of learners with gradual removal of supports, when needed, to allow students to demonstrate their mathematical understanding independently. • ___Y__Design of lessons incorporates strategies such as using multiple representations, deconstructing/reconstructing the language of problems, providing suggestions for addressing common student difficulties, etc. to ensure grade-level progress for all learners. Assessment Rating levels: (Meets=Y/Partially Meets=P/Does not Meet=N) Alignment Criteria 4: Materials include appropriate assessment~ • __Y___Multiple measurements of individual student progress occur at regular intervals ensuring success of all students. • ___Y__Assessments measure what students understand and can do through well designed mathematical tasks and applications. Rating __X___ Recommended Primary _____Recommended Limited _____Teacher Resource _____Student Resource _____ Not Recommended _____ Not Reviewed _____ Not Sampled Reviewer Comments This text can be used as a primary resource for AP calculus, AB or BC courses NOTICE: This item was originally classified as “Recommended Primary” but has been reclassified as “Recommended Limited” because a document from an independent reviewer that aligns content to core standards and objectives was not received.
Rubric
Focus and Coherence: Non-Negotiable
Item 3 - Extensive 2 - Adequate 1 - Inadequate 0 - None
Non-negotiable materials must focus coherently on the Major Work of the grade in a way that is consistent with the progressions in the standards. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Rigor and Balance
Item 3 - Extensive 2 - Adequate 1 - Inadequate 0 - None
The materials support the development of students’ conceptual understanding of key mathematical concepts, especially where called for in specific standards or cluster headings. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
The materials are designed so that students attain the fluencies and procedural skills required by the Standards. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
The materials are designed so that teachers and students spend sufficient time working with applications, without losing focus on the Major Work of each grade. (Are there single and multi-step contextual problems that develop the mathematics of the grade, afford opportunities for practice, and engage students in problem solving?) This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Standards for Mathematical Practice
Item 3 - Extensive 2 - Adequate 1 - Inadequate 0 - None
Materials address the practice standards in such a way as to enrich the Major Work of the grade; practice standards strengthen the focus on Major Work instead of detracting from it, in both teacher and student materials. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Tasks and assessments of student learning are designed to provide evidence of students’ proficiency in the Standards of Mathematical Practice. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Materials support the Standards’ emphasis on mathematical reasoning. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Access to the Standards for All Students
Item 3 - Extensive 2 - Adequate 1 - Inadequate 0 - None
Support for English Language learners and other special populations is thoughtful (evidence-based) and helps those students meet the same Standards (and rigor) as all other students. The language in which problems are posed is carefully considered. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Materials provide scaffolding, differentiation, intervention, and support for a broad range of learners with gradual removal of supports, when needed, to allow students to demonstrated their mathematical understanding independently. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Design of lessons incorporates strategies such as using multiple representations, deconstructing/reconstructing the language of problems, providing suggestions for addressing common student difficulties, etc. to ensure grade-level progress for all learners. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Assessment
Item 3 - Extensive 2 - Adequate 1 - Inadequate 0 - None
Multiple measurements of individual student progress occur at regular intervals ensuring success of all students. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
Assessments measure what students understand and can do through well designed mathematical tasks and applications. This item has not been graded.
No narrative provided.
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