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This class is a year long class, but each semester can be taken independently. New enrollments in this class are welcome even if you didn’t complete the first semester.
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Welcome to Physical Science 2nd Semester Live Class! Physical Science is generally a student’s last course before taking high school biology. It is designed for 8th graders and above.
The course covers a wide-range of topics such as:
- Introduction to the Physics of Motion
- Newton’s Laws
- Forces of Creation (parts 1- Gravitational Force; part 2 – Electromagnetic Force; part 3 – Strong Force and Radioactivity)
- Waves and Sound
- Introduction to Astrophysics
This is a YEAR LONG (2 semesters) course covering 16 modules but each semester must be purchased individually, but do not need to be taken consecutively.
Students will be responsible for answering the On Your Own and Study Guide questions after reading the module and participating in the review of these questions in class. Each module also has a test which will be graded. During the year, students will learn how to write good lab reports and several will be assigned for the student to complete for a grade (assigned labs are mostly in 2nd semester).
Some of the experiments will be done during class or can be viewed via videos but others may have to be completed by the student at home. Students are encouraged to complete as many labs as possible.
This class begins on January 30, 2019 and runs weekly on Wednesday at 12:00am Central Time through May 22, 2019.
This class will be taught from a biblical, creationist point of view.
Pre-requisites for Class: None
Supplies Needed for this Class: Supply list will be supplied upon enrollment.
Textbook/Workbooks Needed for this Class:
This class is subject to our Withdrawal and Refund Policy.
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