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Heinemann Physics 12 Student Workbook

Doug Bail

Heinemann Physics 12 Student Workbook

By Doug Bail
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Overview
Author
Doug Bail
Edition
1st
ISBN
9781488623912
Published Date
26/11/2018
Pages
192
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.
Supplement URL
Visit the Heinemann Physics website to download sample pages and request an inspection copy.
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

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