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SEATING CHART (PERIOD 3)

SEATING CHART (PERIOD 5)

BASIC INFO OF MR. LIN • Name: Chin-Sung Lin • Academic Background: BSEE, MST • Working Experience: Research, HW Design Engineer & Teacher • Teaching Experience: Math, Physics, Technology • Current Courses: Calculus, Physics, Advanced STEM /Robotics and Engineering Design

SUMMER – HOME IMPROVEMENT

SUMMER – HOME IMPROVEMENT

SUMMER – HOME IMPROVEMENT

SUMMER – HOME IMPROVEMENT

SUMMER – CALCULUS PREP

SUMMER– CCNY NSF ITEST PROPOSAL

COURSE GOALS • Describe, analyze and predict real world phenomena with continual change • Learn concepts, skills, technology & perspectives of calculus • Understand differentiation, integration & their relationship • Communicate mathematics effectively • Be ready for the college-level courses

CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS • Respect fellow students and their right to learn • Attend class on time and be ready to work • Be responsible for the absence • Take notes • Submit assignments on time • Practice, practice, and practice • Maturity is the key to success

REQUIRED MATERIAL • A binder or several pocket folders to hold lettersize worksheets, homework, and test papers • A graphing calculator: TI-83 or TI-84 required

RESOURCE • Class Website Section 1: http: //www. erhsnyc. org/apps/classes/show_class. jsp? class. REC_ID=661411 Section 2: http: //www. erhsnyc. org/apps/classes/show_class. jsp? class. REC_ID=662037 • Google Classroom Website Log In: https: //classroom. google. com/h Section 1: 8 rurga Section 2: swmjibj • University of Houston Courseware website Register: http: //www. estudy. uh. edu/apcalculuswebapps/

SUPPORT • Mathematics Extra-Help Time: Check Mr. Lin’s program for free periods during school hours. • Students needing extra homework help can come to Mr. Lin after school.

GRADING POLICY • Class Engagement (15%) • Homework Assignments (10%) • Notes Taking • Exams & Quizzes (05%) (70%)

STUDENT INFORMATION FORM • Fill in your basic information • Share with me your interests and strengths • Think about your future…… • Tell me your issues and concerns about learning • What are your goals/expectations? (Find it in the Google Classroom. Due tonight. )

INTRODUCTION LETTER • Go to class website • Introduction letter • Syllabus (Return slips will be collected Friday. )

TEXTBOOK • Larson, Hostetler, Edwards. Calculus of a Single Variable. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2006, Eighth Edition. (Textbooks Distribution) (Fill out the textbook receipt/form)

DIAGNOSTIC TEST • Review basic algebra, geometry & trigonometry (Tomorrow)

NEXT …… COURSEWARE REGISTRATION • University of Houston site • Course. Ware Registration Guide will be posted at the Google Classroom

CALCULUS INTRODUCTION AND ORGANIZATION Q&A