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Physics - Master's Class Set Featured New

Author: Dennis Englin

Publisher: Master Books

Item #: H382

Level: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12

Class: Paperback

Price: $91.95

Masters Class High School Physics Set gives your student the knowledge of how energy and matter interact, providing insights into the true origin of life. Designed for 10th 12th grade students, this exciting course teaches the basic concepts of modern physics and how to apply those concepts to real life. Practice exercises, lab reports, hands-on experiments, quizzes, and exams are included.

Everything is made of matter which possess energy, and with physics, we can study their interactions in everything around us. This course is designed to teach 10th 12th grade students to learn and apply physics concepts to real life rather than simply memorizing them. Students will complete practice exercises and lab reports, take quizzes and exams, and conduct hands-on experiments as they see Gods hand in every aspect of their study. This course provides a sound foundation for those going on to college-level courses.

Physics is usually considered to be a secular study, but students will find that the precise predictability, exact quantitative nature, and intricate detail of the study of energy and matter are a constant testimony to Gods great wisdom and omnipotent and omnipresent control.

Course Objectives:
-Investigate the core concepts of physics, including scientific models
-Become familiar with the meanings of related scientific terms, such as velocity, acceleration, and kinetic and potential energy
-Use vectors as they demonstrate the direction and quantity of forces
-Learn about the conservation of matter and energy, and how matter and energy interact over time and space
-Conduct laboratory procedures and write reports with each week of study
-Identify Gods wisdom in the creation of the universe including the natural laws which form the basic for the study of physics
-Course Details:

This is a one-year course with two full semesters, helping a student fulfill one credit of Physics with labs. The course work requires approximately 5 hours each week. High school transcripts should list the course as Physics with labs.

The Teacher Guide includes instructions for the course and labs as well as answer keys for worksheets, quizzes, lab reports, and exams.

Pre-requisites: Algebra 1 and Chemistry