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Heinemann Physics 11 Student Workbook

By Doug Bail
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ISBN
9781488623905
Published date
07/11/2018
 
 
 

Description
Write-in workbooks with a focus on key science skills They are designed to consolidate concepts learnt in class. They also provide students with Sample Assessment tasks worksheets.
  • Fully aligned to the VCE Units 1&2 Study Design.
  • Key knowledge
  • Worksheets
  • Practical activities
  • Sample assessment tasks
  • Designed so that they are able to be used independently from the Student Books.
  • Fully worked solutions and suggested answers to the workbook can be found on the Teacher ProductLink.
Product details
ISBN
 
9781488623905
Edition
 
1st
Published date
 
07/11/2018
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
192
Format
 
Table of contents
  • Unit 1 Area of study 1 How can thermal effects be explained?
  • Worksheet 1 Thermodynamics
  • Worksheet 2 Temperature scales
  • Worksheet 3 Thermal equilibrium
  • Worksheet 4 Electromagnetic radiation
  • Worksheet 5 Specific heat capacity
  • Worksheet 6 Climate in the balance
  • Worksheet 7 The enhanced greenhouse effect
  • Activity 1 The kinetic particle model
  • Activity 2 Latent heat of fusion
  • Activity 3 Solar heating
  • Activity 4 Insulation
  • Unit 1 Area of study 2 How do electric circuits work?
  • Worksheet 8 Electricity
  • Worksheet 9 Heating and power loss in electric circuits
  • Worksheet 10 Series and parallel
  • Worksheet 11 Resistance is variable−Ohm’s law
  • Worksheet 12 Water circuit
  • Worksheet 13 Household circuits
  • Activity 5 Connecting circuits
  • Activity 6 Resistance and temperature
  • Activity 7 Ohmic and non-ohmic conductors
  • Activity 8 Series and parallel circuits
  • Unit 1 Area of study 3 What is matter and how is it formed?
  • Worksheet 14 Structure of matter.
  • Worksheet 15 Half-life in radioactive decay
  • Worksheet 16 Nuclear energy
  • Worksheet 17 Fission versus fusion
  • Worksheet 18 Deep inside the atom
  • Worksheet 19 The big bang
  • Activity 9 Detecting radiation
  • Activity 10 An analogue experiment of radioactive decay
  • Activity 11 Determining the half-life of an isotope
  • Unit 2 Area of study 1 How can motion be described and explained?
  • Worksheet 20 Scientific terminology of elements and matter
  • Worksheet 21 Understanding motion
  • Worksheet 22 Vectors in the classroom
  • Worksheet 23 Speed versus velocity
  • Worksheet 24 Analysing motion in two dimensions
  • Worksheet 25 Which newton?
  • Worksheet 26 Working against the force of gravity
  • Worksheet 27 Calculating torque
  • Worksheet 28 Human earthquake
  • Worksheet 29 Engine power
  • Activity 12 The kinematics of a student
  • Activity 13 Analysing motion with a motion sensor
  • Activity 14 Work, energy and power
  • Activity 15 Newton’s second law II
  • Activity 16 Hooke’s law
  • Unit 2 Area of study 2 Option 2.1: What are stars?
  • Worksheet 30 Spectra- explaining an expanding universe
  • Worksheet 31 The H-R diagram
  • Activity 17 From stars to black holes
  • Unit 2 Area of study 2 Option 2.11: How can performance in ball sports be improved?
  • Worksheet 30 Scientific literacy
  • Worksheet 31 Coefficient of restitution-error analysis
  • Activity 18 Projectile motion
  • Unit 2 Area of study 3 Practical investigation
  • Poster Crumple zones and collisions-how can impulse be utilised to improve the safety of vehicles?
Series overview
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