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Sustainable Resources 12 (Mining) Online

Course Info
Course Title: 
Sustainable Resources 12 (Mining) Online
Grade Level: 
12
Course Format: 
Online
Teacher(s): 
P Conrad
Course Description
Description: 

Mining is the 3rd largest industry in British Columbia, after manufacturing and construction, and employs 14,000 people directly. The complex geology of British Columbia has provided the province with a rich and varied mineral endowment, from hard-rock minerals, such as gold, copper, zinc, silver and lead, to fossil fuel resources such as coal, natural gas and oil. British Columbia is recognized as a World leader for its' expertise in this field.  Sustainable Resources 12: Mining is a new interactive, online course from the British Columbia Curriculum. It is designed to enhance your knowledge and expertise in this field.  

 

Pre-requisites: 
Science 10, Earth Science 11 and SR 11 would be beneficial
No. Exams: 
5
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

No Textbooks are required for this course. 

Internet: student will require access to all the online resources included in the course as well as
for research purposes

Computer with Firefox (internet browser) and Firstclass (FVDES email)

No. Modules: 
5
Course Modules: 

Module 1:  Hydrocarbon and Mineral Resources in British Columbia

Section 1 – Importance of Mining in B.C. and Canada
Section 2 – Impact of Hydrocarbon and Mineral Extraction on Global Development and International Issues
Section 3 – Geological Survey of Canada
Section 4 - Resource Exploration and Development of Canada and B.C.
Section 5 - Canada's Resources in the World Markets
Section 6 - Careers in Mining

Module 2:  Geology and Exploration

Section 1 – Exploration Techniques: Hydrocarbon
Section 2 – Identification and Assessment: Hydrocarbon and Coal
Section 3 – Managing Oil and Gas Rights
Section 4 – Exploration Techniques: Coal and Mineral
Section 5 – Identification and Assessment: Mineral
Section 6 – Claims and Mineral Rights: Coal, Mineral (and Placer)
Section 7 - Regulation of Environmental Impact of Exploration, Extraction and Processing
Section 8 - Economic Costs for Development: Hydrocarbon Oil and Gas
Section 9 - Economic Costs for Development: Coal and Mineral

Module 3:  Extraction and Processing

Section 1 – Planning and Designing: Hydrocarbon (Oil and Gas)
Section 2 – Extraction (Oil and Gas)
Section 3 – Planning and Designing: Coal and Mineral
Section 4 - Surface Mining Extraction: Coal and Mineral
Section 5 - Subsurface Extraction: Hydrocarbon, Coal and Mineral
Section 6 - Processing

Module 4:  Sustainability and Environmental Issues

Section 1 – Environmental Assessments
Section 2 – Site Reclamation
Section 3 – Future Resource Development

Module 5:  Mining Opportunities and Challenges

Section 1 – New Extraction and Processing Methods
Section 2 – Environmental Issues
Section 3 – Future Mining Extraction

 

Textbook Deposit: 
$0.00

Science 10 Paper

Course Info
Course Title: 
Science 10 Paper
Grade Level: 
10
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
P Conrad
Course Description
Description: 

Science 10 online is based on the new Sc10 curriculum. Module 1 explores the natural phenomena and human factors within ecosystems. Module 2 extends students knowledge of chemistry to Bohr models, chemical reactions and radioactivity. Module 3 introduces motion, velocity and acceleration to the students. Module 4 covers the processes associated with energy transfer with the Earth's geosphere and atmosphere and plate tectonics.

 

Pre-requisites: 
Science 9
No. Exams: 
4
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

FVDES Module packages

No. Modules: 
4
Course Modules: 

Module 1 explores the natural phenomena and human factors within ecosystems.

Module 2 extends students’ knowledge of chemistry to Bohr models, chemical reactions
and radioactivity.

Module 3 introduces motion, velocity and acceleration to the
students.

Module 4 covers the processes associated with energy transfer with the Earth’s
geosphere and atmosphere and plate tectonics.

Textbook Deposit: 
$50.00

Science & Technology 11 Paper

Course Info
Course Title: 
Science & Technology 11 Paper
Grade Level: 
11
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
D Miller
Course Description
Description: 

Have you ever wondered how scientists can solve a murder by analyzing clues at a crime scene?  How a 400,000-kilogram airplane can fly through the air?  Or, how devices such as the cell phone and the computer have transformed the way we communicate?  If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, this course will answer these questions and many more.  In this course students will develop an understanding of the connection between science and technology and how they impact society and the environment.  The thought-provoking topics and engaging multimedia will capture students’ imaginations, hold their attention, and arouse an interest in the study of science and technology.

There are no tests in this course.  Students are graded on send-in assignments


Pre-requisites: 
It is recommended that students complete: Grade 10
No. Exams: 
0
Proctored Exams: 
No
Resources: 

Natural Resources and the environment CD 

Transportation CD 

Forensics CD


No. Modules: 
4
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Natural Resources &
The Environment

In this module students will learn about some of the technologies available to extract process, and use natural resources in British Columbia.  The need for effective management of resources and the issues related to their impact on the environment is also discussed.  The effects of mountain pine beetles on the BC forests will also be examined.

Section 1: Major Resources of BC

Section 2: Resource Extraction

Section 3: The Impact of Society on Resource Management

Section 4: The impact of Technologies on the Environment

 

Module 2: Personal Technologies

We live in a world full of gadgets – computers, cell phones, and mp3 players to name but a few.  In this module students will learn more about technologies like these.  How do they work?  What technologies came before them and paved the way?  What impact do these technologies have on the way we interact with each other and conduct business?  These and many other questions will be discussed in this module.

Section 1: An Introduction to Personal Technologies

Section 2: The Evolution of Personal Technologies

Section 3: Personal Technologies within Systems

No resource is required for this module.

 

Module 3: Transportation

It wasn’t that long ago that people traveled from place to place by foot, horse, kayak, and other means.  In this module students will learn about the evolution of transportation in modern times and how transportation has impacted society.  How select transportation technologies work will also be covered.

Section 1: An Introduction to Transportation

Section 2: A Closer Look at the Automobile

Section 3: Transportation Systems 

 

Module 4: Forensics

Are you a fan of crime scene investigation shows?  If you are, then don’t believe everything you see!  In this module you will learn what really happens when investigators scour a crime scene for evidence, then hand it to scientists who analyze the data in the lab.

Section 1: An Introduction to Forensics

Section 2: At the Lab

Section 3: Establishing Identities 

 

Textbook Deposit: 
$50.00

Biology 11

Course Info
Course Title: 
Biology 11 Paper
Grade Level: 
11
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
M Buker
Course Description
Description: 

This course is challenging.  Students who enrol should be seriously interested in the study of life.  Expensive and fragile equipment and supplies must be handled with respect and maturity.  The student will conduct simple but interesting and thought-provoking experiments.

 

In general the topics include:

1. Basic cell biology

2. Principles of ecology

3. Classification

4. Plant and animal diversity

5. Biological environmental problems

6. Critical study of prebiotic, and biotic evolution

Pre-requisites: 
It is recommended that students complete: Science 10 or equivalent
No. Exams: 
3
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

The resources for this course are:

Biology 11 Kit A Set for Mod 1 & 2 (JBI11KA3) (7540001182) $111.00

Biology 11 Kit B Set for Mod 3 (JBI11KB3) (7540001183) 90.00

Biology 11 Kit C (JBI11KC3) (7540001160) 60.00

Kit C is for students who choose to use a microscope as part of their course.

A Photographic Atlas for Biology Optional (If ordering this text, you only need to order Kit A with it.) 50.00

 

No textbook is required for this course.

No. Modules: 
3
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Fundamentals

Section 1: Introduction to Biology

Section 2: The Chemical Basis of Life

Section 3: Research Project

Section 4: Microbiology

 

Module 1 Test covers the work of Module 1.

 

Module 2: Ecology and Taxonomy

Section 1: Introduction to Ecology

Section 2: Ecosystems

Section 3: Taxonomy

Section 4: Blue-Green Algae and Protists

 

Module 2 Test covers the work of Module 2.

 

Module 3: Seed Plants, Animals and Evolution

Section 1: Seed Plants

Section 2: “Lower” Animals Invertebrates

Section 3: Arthropods (Invertebrates) and Chordates (Vertebrates)

Section 4: Mechanisms of Evolution

Section 5: Evolutionary History

 

Module 3 Test covers the work of Module 3.

Textbook Deposit: 
$0.00

Biology 12

Course Info
Course Title: 
Biology 12 Paper
Grade Level: 
12
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
M Buker
Course Description
Description: 

Designed to enhance students’ application of scientific skills and knowledge, Biology 12 addresses all prescribed learning outcomes from the Ministry of Education’s 2006 IRP. Maintaining a modular, learner-centred structure, this course uses multiple resources for students to explore biological systems—from simple life forms, such as cells, to complex organic biology in humans. Biology 12 focuses on human biology, allowing students to develop an interest in, and understanding of, science by looking at themselves and seeing how diverse body systems are integrated to preserve and sustain life. To prepare students for exploring human biological functions, the first two modules introduce the biology of basic life forms. Cell structure and function get students thinking about how their bodies are formed, on a molecular level.

 

Students should ignore any reference in the course material to a Provincial Exam, as the
Ministry of Education removed this requirement in Sept 2011.

 

 

 

 

Pre-requisites: 
It is recommended that students complete: Biology 11
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

The textbook and resources for this course are:

 

Inquiry Into Life (McGraw-Hill Ryerson) (11th Edition) (7540005159) $125.00

Biology 12 Media CD Optional (7540005304) 30.00

 

No. Modules: 
4
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Cell Biology 1

Section 1: Cell Structure

Section 2: Cell Compounds and Biological Molecules

Section 3: Transport Across Cell Membrane

 

Module 1 Test covers the work of Module 1.

 

Module 2: Cell Biology 2

Section 1: DNA Replication

Section 2: Protein Synthesis

Section 3: Enzymes

 

Module 2 Test covers the work of Module 2.

 

Module 3: Human Biology 1

Section 1: Digestive System

Section 2: Circulatory System

Section 3: The Heart

Section 4: Respiratory System

 

Module 3 Test covers the work of Module 3.

 

Module 4: Human Biology 2

Section 1: Nervous System

Section 2: Urinary System

Section 3: Reproduction

 

Module 4 Test covers the work of Module 4.

 

Textbook Deposit: 
$100.00

Chemistry 11

Course Info
Course Title: 
Chemistry 11 Paper
Grade Level: 
11
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
R Bridge
Course Description
Description: 

Chemistry 11 has been developed to promote the acquisition of knowledge and the learning of problem solving skills as related to core chemistry concepts.  The course emphasizes the application of chemistry in every day life, including skills required in the workplace, while promoting positive attitudes towards science and scientific literacy.  Activities are based on authentic experiences whenever possible.

 

Chemistry 11 has four modules and a test for each module. Several lab activities are included. Students should only attempt to perform the labs if they have access to an appropriate lab facility including approved safety related equipment and protective gear. The ability to properly and safely dispose of waste chemicals is also critical. Supervision by qualified personnel is a must. Sample lab data is provided for those students who do not have access to an appropriate facility.

Pre-requisites: 
It is recommended that students complete: Grade 10 or equivalent with a good foundation in mathematics
No. Exams: 
4
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

A scientific calculator is required. It CANNOT be programmable. The calculator must NOT have a QWERTY keyboard, nor any external devices like memory cards or a printer.

 

The textbook for this course is:

Nelson Chemistry (British Columbia Edition, 1996, Jenkins, Kessel et al) (Nelson Canada) (CH1109J) (7540001350) $120.00

No. Modules: 
4
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Basic Concepts and Skills

Section 1: What is Chemistry?; Classes of Matter; Atomic Models; Elements and Symbols

Section 2: Scientific Method; Experiments; Lab Safety; WHMIS-Workplace Hazardous Material Information System

Section 3: SI Base Units; Common SI Prefixes; Derived SI Units; Calculating with Units; Measurement; Significant Figures; Calculations and Significant Figures

Section 4: Graphing Relationships; Slope; Density Experiment

 

Module 1 Test covers the work of Module 1.

 

Module 2: The Periodic Table, Periodic Trends and Combining Elements

Section 1: The Periodic Table; Atoms, Ions and Isotopes; Periodicity—Groups of Elements; Alkali Metals; Alkaline Earth Metals; The Halogens; The Noble Gases; Families of Other Representative Elements; Transition Elements, Lanthanides and Actinides

Section 2: Electron Configurations; Valence Electrons; Electron Dot Formulas for Atoms; Combining Capacities; Ionic and Covalent Bonding Explained; Lewis Diagrams; Lewis Diagrams— Multiple Bonds; Lewis Diagrams—Complex Ions

Section 3: Compounds; Combining Capacities; Naming Ionic Binary Compounds of Group 1 and 2 Elements; Naming Covalent Compounds; Naming Compounds that Contain Multivalent Metals; Naming Ternary Compounds; Writing Formulas for Compounds

 

Module 2 Test covers the work of Module 2.

 

Module 3: The Mole, Chemical Reactions, Interpreting Equations, and Solutions

Section 1: Atomic Mass; The Mole; Mole Calculations; Experiment—Mass, Moles and the Number of Atoms; Molar Volume

Section 2: Molar Mass of a Compound; Mole Calculations; Percent Composition; Determining a Formula from Percent Composition; Empirical and Molecular Formulas; Experimental Determination of Empirical Formulas

Section 3: Solids, Liquids and Gases; Describing Chemical Changes; Balancing Equations; Types of Reactions; Energy and Chemical Reactions

Section 4: Interpreting Equations—Stoichiometry; Limiting and Excess Reagents

Section 5: Solutions; Polar and Non-Polar Solutions; Molar Concentration; Preparing Standard Solutions; Dilution; Calculations Involving Balanced Equations and Solutions; Electrolytes and Non- Electrolytes; Ion Concentrations; Acids, Bases, and Salts.

 

Module 3 Test covers the work of Module 3.

 

Module 4: Organic Chemistry

Section 1: Organic Compounds; Alkanes; Isomers of Alkanes; Naming Alkanes; Alkenes; Alkynes; Cyclic Alkanes

Section 2: Alcohols; Aldehydes and Detones; Ethers; Carboxylic Acids; Esters; Amines and Amides; Aromatic Compounds; Polymers.

 

Module 4 Test covers the work of Module 4.

Textbook Deposit: 
$100.00

Chemistry 12

Course Info
Course Title: 
Chemistry 12 Paper
Grade Level: 
12
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
M Buker
Course Description
Description: 

Chemistry 12 is designed mainly for students who might study science, engineering, medicine, or technology at the post-secondary level. There is a supplementary exam preparation package available.

 

Students should ignore any reference in the course material to a Provincial Exam, as the
Ministry of Education removed this requirement in Sept 2011.

 

Pre-requisites: 
It is recommended that students complete: Chemistry 11 or equivalent
No. Exams: 
4
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

This course has an optional DVD component. A DVD player is required for viewing the resources. A scientific calculator is required. It CANNOT be programmable. The calculator must NOT have a QWERTY keyboard, nor any external devices likememory cards or a printer.

 

The textbook and resources for this course are:

 

Nelson Chemistry (British Columbia Edition, 1996, Jenkins, Kessel et al), (Nelson Canada) (CH1109J) 7540001350) $120.00

DVD 1 Optional (7540005134) 30.00

DVD 2 Optional (7540005119) 30.00

Reaction Kinetics CD Optional (Single-User) (7540004428) 100.00

 

No. Modules: 
4
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Reactions and Equilibrium

Section 1: Review of Chemical Equations; Introduction to Reaction Kinetics; Factors Affecting Rates of Reaction; Collision Theory of Chemical Reactions

Section 2: Energy Changes Occurring in Chemical Reactions; Potential Energy Diagrams for Forward and Reverse Reactions; Reaction Mechanisms; Catalysts and their Applications

Section 3: The Nature of Chemical Equilibrium; Graphical Representation of Chemical Equilibrium; The Factors Determining the Position of Equilibrium

Section 4: Factors Affecting Equilibrium; Le Chatelier’s Principle; Graphical Representation of Changes in Equilibrium; The Haber Process: A Practical Application of Equilibrium; Quantitative Aspects of Equilibrium—The Equilibrium Constant

Section 5: The Significance of Keq; Calculating Equilibrium Concentrations; More Equilibrium Calculations; Calculation of Equilibrium Concentrations from Initial Concentrations and Keq; Using Keq to Determine Whether a System is at Equilibrium

 

Module 1 Test covers the work of Module 1.

 

Module 2: Solubility

Section 1: Solubility of Ionic Substances; Saturated Solutions of Ionic Substances—Solubility Equilibrium; Ion Concentration in Solution

Section 2: Solubility Rules and Qualitative Analysis; Predicting Precipitation Reactions; Separating Ions From Solution; Qualitative Analysis

Section 3: Solubility Equilibrium; Calculation of Solubility Given the Value of Ksp; Will a Precipitate Form?— Using the Ksp to Make Predictions; Determining Maximum Ion Concentrations in Saturated Solutions

 

Module 2 Test covers the work of Module 2.

 

Module 3: Acids and Bases

Section 1: Aqueous Acids, Bases, and Salts; Brönsted-Lowry Definitions; Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs

Section 2: Relative Acid Strengths; Acid-Base Indicators; Hydrolysis of Salts

Section 3: Quantitative Relationships in Acid-Base Equilibria; [H3O+] and [OH-] at Temperatures Other Than 25°C; Weak Acid-Base Equilibria: Ka and Kb; The Relationship Between Ka and Kb for a Conjugate Pair

Section 4: pH and pH Calculations; Relating and Using pH and pOH; pH in Weak Acid-Base Calculations; Further Discussions of Acid Base Indicators

Section 5: Mixing Acids and Bases; Acid-Base Neutralizations (Titrations) of Strong Acids and Bases; The Theory and Practice of Titrations; Weak Acid/Strong Base and Weak Base/Strong Acid Titrations—A Closer Look

Section 6: Applications of Acid-Base Concepts; Periodic Trends in Acidity of Oxides; Acid Rain

 

Module 3 Test covers the work of Module 3.

 

Module 4: Oxidation and Reduction

Section 1: Introduction to Oxidation—Reduction; Relative Strengths of Oxidizing and Reducing Agents; The Table of Standard Reduction Half Reactions; Balancing Redox Reactions Using the Table of Standard Reduction Potentials

Section 2: Balancing Half-Reactions—The Half-Cell Method; Balancing Redox Reactions Using the Half-Cell Method; Oxidation Numbers—Electron Bookkeeping; Oxidation-Reduction Titrations

Section 3: Electrochemical Cells; Voltages of Electrochemical Cells; The Significance of the Cell Voltage; Applications of Electrochemical Cells

Section 4: Corrosion—An Example of a Redox Application; Electrolysis; Electrolysis of Aqueous Salt Solutions; Further Applications of Electrolytic Cells; The Breathalyzer

 

Module 4 Test covers the work of Module 4.

 

Textbook Deposit: 
$100.00

Science 10 Online

Course Info
Course Title: 
Science 10 Online
Grade Level: 
10
Course Format: 
Online
Teacher(s): 
J Bumby
Course Description
Description: 

Science 10 online is based on the new Sc10 curriculum. Module 1 explores the natural phenomena and human factors within ecosystems. Module 2 extends students knowledge of chemistry to Bohr models, chemical reactions and radioactivity. Module 3 introduces motion, velocity and acceleration to the students. Module 4 covers the processes associated with energy transfer with the Earth's geosphere and atmosphere and plate tectonics.

 

Pre-requisites: 
Science 9
No. Exams: 
4
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

Science 10 - BC Science 10 workbook

No. Modules: 
4
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Life Sciences

Section 1 - Biomes and Biospheres

Section 2 - Energy Flow in Ecosystems

Section 3 - Ecosystems

Section 4 - Bioaccumulation

Module 2: Chemistry

Section 1 - Atomic Theory

Section 2 - Compounds-Equations

Section 3 - Acids-Bases-Salts-Organic

Section 4 - Chemical Reactions

Section 5 - Radioactivity

Module 3: Physics

Section 1 - Displacement-Velocity

Section 2 - Acceleration

Module 4: Earth Science

Section 1 - Thermal Energy

Section 2 - Climate Change

Section 3 - Continental Drift

Section 4 - Plate Tectonics

 

Textbook Deposit: 
$100.00

Physics 12 Paper

Course Info
Course Title: 
Physics 12 Paper
Grade Level: 
12
Course Format: 
Paper
Teacher(s): 
J Templeton
Course Description
Description: 

This course has two components:

• a basic component using text and print material only

• a video component

 

Students should ignore any reference in the course material to a Provincial Exam, as the
Ministry of Education removed this requirement in Sept 2011.

 

Pre-requisites: 
It is recommended that students complete: Grade 10
Pre-requisites: 
Physics 11 and Principles of Mathematics 11 or equivalent
Pre-requisites: 
Students who have not completed Math 12 are strongly urged to take Math 12 concurrently with Physics 12.
No. Exams: 
3
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

Physics: Principles with Applications (Giancoli) (Pearson Education) (5th edition) 

Physics 12 Student Laboratory Manual (Ministry of Ed.) (1985 edition)

Physics 12 Supplement 

 

Supplies provided by students:

* transparent metric ruler

* protractor

* geometry set (useful but not required)

 

A scientific calculator is required. It may be a graphing calculator and it may be programmable, although the course and exams do not make any use of these features. The calculator must NOT have a QWERTY keyboard, nor any external devices like memory cards or a printer.

 

Students who do not have access to the video tapes/VCR and/or laboratory will require the Physics 12 Supplement. This supplement is a “bare bones” summary of the course labs and the video tapes.

 

No. Modules: 
3
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Linear Motion and Energy

Section 1: One-Dimensional Kinematics; Falling Bodies; Graphical Analysis of Linear Motion

Section 2: Addition and Subtraction of Vectors; Navigation; Projectile Motion; the Vector Nature of Acceleration

Section 3: Vector Dynamics; the Force of Gravity; Force as a Vector Quantity; The Inclined Plane

Section 4: Momentum and Impulse; Impulse; Oblique Collisions; Solving Problems Related to Momentum; Impulse; and the Conservation of Momentum

Section 5: Development of Energy; Energy: Types of Transformations; Conservation of Energy; Power; Momentum and Kinetic Energy in Collisions

Section 6: Equilibrium; The Equilibrant, Dynamic Equilibrium

 

Module 1 Test covers the work of Module 1.

 

Module 2: Circular Motion and Electricity

Section 7: Rotational Equilibrium; Investigation 4: Equilibrium of a Loaded Beam; Conditions for Equilibrium; Solving Equilibrium Problems

Section 8: Circular Motion; Video: Moving in Circles; Investigation 5: Circular Motion; Centripetal Force; Kepler’s Laws Describing Planetary Motion

Section 9: Newton’s Law of Gravitation; Gravitational Potential Energy; Video: Falling Bodies; Video: The Apple and the Moon; Video: Navigating in Space

Section 10: Electrostatics; Investigation 7; Coulomb’s Law; Electric Field

Section 11: Electric Potential Energy; Potential Difference Between Two Parallel Plates; Investigation 8: Deflection of an Electron Beam by an Electric Field; Electric Deflection; Circuitry

Section 12: Electric Current; Kirchhoff’s Rules; Ohm’s Law; Investigation 9: Series and Parallel Circuits; Analyzing Circuits

 

Module 2 Test covers the work of Module 2.

 

Module 3: Electricity and Magnetism

Section 13: Electric Circuits; How Ammeters and Voltmeters are Used; The Potential Divider; A Review of Magnetism and Magnetic Fields

Section 14: Electromagnetism; The Current Balance; Deflection of an Electron Beam by a Magnetic Field; Magnetic Deflection of an Electron Beam

Section 15: The Mass of an Electron; Meters; Electric Motors; The Strength of Magnetic Fields; Definition of the Ampere From Measured Quantities

Section 16: Electromagnetic Induction; Magnetic Flux; The Electric Generator; Investigation 13; Motors, Transformers. and the Transmission of Power

Section 17: Review; Equilibrium, Circular Motion, and Gravitation; Electrostatics and Circuitry; Electromagnetism, Quantum Mechanics, and Inquiry

 

Module 3 Test covers the WHOLE COURSE.

Textbook Deposit: 
$100.00

Physics 12 Online

Course Info
Course Title: 
Physics 12 Online
Grade Level: 
12
Course Format: 
Online
Teacher(s): 
S Dhaliwal
Course Description
Description: 

Physics 12 builds on several topics from Physics 11 with two dimensional analysis. New topics introduced cover: Equilibrium, Circular Motion, Circuitry, Electrostatics, and Electromagnetism. 

 

Pre-requisites: 
Physics 11
No. Exams: 
5
Proctored Exams: 
Yes
Resources: 

Physics 6th Edition, Giancolli

No. Modules: 
5
Course Modules: 

Module 1: Kinematics and Dynamics

Section 1 - Kinematics and Vectors

Section 2 - Kinematics: Projectiles

Section 3 - Dynamics: 1 Dimension

Section 4 - Dynamics: 2 Dimensions

Module 2: Energy and Momentum

Section 1 - Work, Power, Energy

Section 2 - Momentum

Section 3 - Momentum 2 Dimensions

Module 3: Equilibrium, Gravitation and Circular Motion

Section 1 - Equilibrium

Section 2 - Circular Motion

Section 3 - Gravitation

Module 4: Electrostatics and Circuitry

Section 1 - Circuit Electricity

Section 2 - Electrostatics

Module 5: Electromagnestism

Section 1 - Magnetic Fields

Section 2 - Solenoids and Ampere’s Law

Section 3 - Induction

Section 4 - Transformers and Back Emf

 

Textbook Deposit: 
$100.00
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