High School subject areas
Physics, First Half UnitCredit: 0.5 units
Lessons: 11 lessons, 11 submitted
Exams: 2 exams
Grading: Computer and Faculty Evaluated
Prerequisites: Successful completion of at least two years of high school math, including Algebra I. Some background in trigonometry is required.
In this introductory physics course students will learn about physics of motion, heat, and the nature of matter. They will investigate the nature of motion, what makes things move (or change their motion), the interactions of matter and energy, and the macroscopic nature of matter. The course’s laboratory component is an integral portion of most lessons. Students may choose to purchase a laboratory kit that includes only items that may be less easy to obtain on their own.
Gifted: This course is academically challenging. Any student who has an interest in the subject and has met the prerequisites (if any) may enroll.
Special Instructions: You may preview Lesson 8.
Special Instructions— Students will be required to upload documents in Word 97–2003 (.doc) or Rich Text (.rtf) format. These documents can be created in Microsoft Word or another office suite that saves in the .doc or .rtf format, such as the open-source OpenOffice or Google Docs online.
Preview This Course A preview includes general information about the course and, if available, one lesson and one progress evaluation.
Required materials total: $372.15
| ||Author||Description||Edition||ISBN||New Price|| ||
|1. ||Hewitt||Conceptual Physics||'06||0-13-166301-1||87.10||
|2. ||Physics 1 online||Kit, Physics 1st Half (optional)|| || ||268.50||
|3. ||Robinson||Lab Manual for Conceptual Physics||'02||0-13-054257-1||16.55||
High School fee: $165.00
Administrative fee: $25.00
Subtotal, fees only: $190.00
Required materials: $372.15
Total cost, including materials: $562.15