Our initial experience when reading Calculus: Early Transcendentals is how to raise the problem, lead the problem very clearly: from visual comments by numbers, by images to lead to theoretical problems, help learners Easy to grasp the problem. Abundant system of exercises with quite a lot of Math applications in different fields. The writing curriculum is not heavy in math theory, so it is also suitable for students of non-math majors. Read more, we learned that this book was first published in the 1980s until the first edition in 1992 became the bestseller. So far, the book has been re-published for the 10th edition, appraised by more than 400 mathematicians worldwide. The book’s criterion, according to author James Stewart, is to help students understand the concepts of math according to four principles: one is conceptualizing geometry, two is empirical conceptual practice, three is empirical practice conceptual algebra, four is to make the most of language skills (conceptualization). After all the above research, we realized that it was necessary to bring this book to students, which meant that we had to change the current lecture to a more intuitive approach to mathematical knowledge. more dynamic, referring to more practical applications of math with the desire to help students enjoy learning and updating new knowledge of the subject according to the trends of the world. Changing the curriculum, content and teaching methods requires great determination and effort on the part of the teacher, whereby each lesson plan page will be read, translated and re-compiled from the original book with nearly 1300 pages of language. Brother. For us, every class hour is not only with a chalkboard, but it also comes with the indispensable tools, computers and specialized software for math. After more than a year of implementation (from June 2009 to August 2010), the dossier set for Lecture Mathematics 1 lecture according to the new curriculum.