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Heinemann Physics 12 Student Workbook

By Doug Bail
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ISBN
9781488623912
Published date
26/11/2018
 
 
 

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 3&4 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
 
9781488623912
Edition
 
1st
Published date
 
26/11/2018
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
192
Format
 
Table of contents
  • Unit 3 Area of study 1 How do things move without contact?
  • Key knowledge
  • Worksheet 1 Electric field lines
  • Worksheet 2 Magnetic fields
  • Worksheet 3 Making it magnetic – fields and coils
  • Worksheet 4 Deflecting electrons
  • Worksheet 5 Working with orbits
  • Worksheet 6 Force and current
  • Worksheet 7 Particle racetracks
  • Worksheet 8 Parallel wires – quantitative data analysis
  • Worksheet 9 Looking for particles
  • Worksheet 10 Gravitational fields
  • Worksheet 11 Forces in electric fields
  • Worksheet 12 Millikan’s oil drop experiment – a quantitative analysis
  • Activity 1 Magnetic field of a coil
  • Activity 2 A current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field – force versus current
  • Activity 3 A current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field – force versus magnetic strength
  • Activity 4 A current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field – force versus length of conductor
  • Activity 5 Mapping electrical fields
  • Unit 3 Area of study 2 How are fields used to move electrical energy?
  • Worksheet 13 Checking up on charges
  • Worksheet 14 The motor effect
  • Worksheet 15 Back to motors and generators
  • Worksheet 16 Electricity from a DC motor
  • Worksheet 17 Small-scale power transmission
  • Worksheet 18 Induction
  • Worksheet 19 Understanding electromagnetism
  • Activity 6 Electromagnetic induction – the direction of the induced current in a wire
  • Activity 7 Electric power – issues in supply and distribution
  • Activity 8 Transformer operation
  • Unit 3 Area of study 3 How fast can things go?
  • Worksheet 20 Straight-line motion
  • Worksheet 21 Projectile motion –is it safe?
  • Worksheet 22 Projectile motion – human cannonball data analysis
  • Worksheet 23 Going around corners
  • Worksheet 24 Playing with gravity
  • Worksheet 25 It’s all relative
  • Worksheet 26 Talking motion
  • Activity 9 Projectile motion – an introduction
  • Activity 10 Projectile motion – the effect of launch angle and range
  • Activity 11 Investigating circular motion in a vertical plane
  • Unit 4 Area of study 1 How can waves explain the behaviour of light?
  • Worksheet 27 Light and waves
  • Worksheet 28 Waves around us
  • Worksheet 29 Interpreting graphs of waves
  • Worksheet 30 Shifting it up – the Doppler effect
  • Worksheet 31 Diffraction of light
  • Worksheet 32 Communicating is critical
  • Worksheet 33 Making and measuring electromagnetic radiation
  • Worksheet 34 Diffraction and interference
  • Activity 12 Waves in slinkies and ropes
  • Activity 13 Dispersion and refraction
  • Activity 14 A modern practical take on determining the speed of light
  • Activity 15 Interference of sound
  • Activity 16 Polarisation effects
  • Unit 4 Area of study 2 How are light and matter similar?
  • Worksheet 35 The structure of matter
  • Worksheet 36 The photoelectric effect
  • Worksheet 37 Matter waves
  • Worksheet 38 Quantum mechanical nature of the atom
  • Worksheet 39 Evidence for the wave model of light
  • Worksheet 40 The terminology of matter
  • Activity 17 Light and spectra
  • Activity 18 Solar cells response to light
  • Activity 19 Investigating spectra
  • Unit 4 Area of study 3 Practical investigation
  • Worksheet 41 Developing a physics vocabulary
  • Worksheet 42 Analysing your data
  • Activity 20 Making light work
  • Poster Measuring the width of a human hair
Supplement URL
Visit the Heinemann Physics website to download sample pages and request an inspection copy.