**long**couple of days, but I am now done,

**done, DONE**with my concept lists. Calculus was an absolute bear. I am working with a new book (the Finney, Demana, Waits, and Kennedy 3rd Edition Media Update which is for AP Calc - 2010 copyright) so I am trying to sort through that plus figure out just how many learning targets I need. So with some starting help from @praxisofreflect (her post with her concept lists is here), I was able to get it done. She had already typed up what she felt the learning targets should be from the same book and I began with that and culled it down to what I felt were the essential things I would be testing. Unlike with my other classes, I think there will be more than one question per learning target. Also, unlike my other classes, this concept list will be more in flux than the others.

So, here they are at their current states. Algebra 2 is actually for 2 classes - Advanced Algebra 2 and Algebra 2. It's pretty settled. There may be some last minute tweaking at the beginning of each chapter, but I anticipate very little of that. Math 1 will have a new book and curriculum. It is somewhat settled and there will be tweaking as I set up each chapter, but not a ton of it. Calculus also has a new book and there will be more tweaking for it as I set up each chapter. Please feel free to review them all and offer any comments and suggestions.

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I know this is an old post, but I just found it. I am an AP Calculus teacher and am planning on implemented SBG in the fall. I use the same text book (this was our first year with it) and I have recently posted my own concept list to use next year if you're interested.

One thing I am wondering is if you teach *AP* Calculus or if its just a Calculus class where students prepare individually for the AP test if they choose to take it. I ask because if the focus is for AP, I noticed that you have more than a few concepts on there that are not on the AP exam.

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