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Physics in Focus Year 12 Student Book with 4 Access Codes

By | Copyright Year:2019 | ISBN-13: 9780170409131

Published:05/09/2018
Physics in Focus Year 12 Student Book meets the complete requirements of the 2017 NSW NESA Stage 6 Physics syllabus in intent, content and sequence. The student book is written in accessible language and provides clear explanation of concepts throughout. Scenario-style questions at the end of each module and review quizzes at the end of each chapter allow students to review, analyse and evaluate content, to develop a clear understanding across the curriculum areas.

NelsonNet resources available*
Teacher Resources:
• Fully worked solutions to all questions
• Solutions to worksheets
• Syllabus mapping
• Teaching program
• ExamView® question bank
• Practice exams
• Lab tech notes
• Chapter PDFs

Student Resources:
• Worksheets
• Review quizzes
• Weblinks

*Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your local education consultant for access codes and conditions.
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CONTENTS

1 Working scientifically and depth studies
2 Projectile motion
3 Circular motion
4 Motion in gravitational fields
5 Charged particles, conductors and electric and magnetic fields
6 The motor effect
7 Electromagnetic induction
8 Applications of the motor effect
9 Electromagnetic spectrum
10 Light: Wave model
11 Light: Quantum model
12 Light and special relativity
13 Origins of the elements
14 Structure of the atom
15 Quantum mechanical nature of the atom
16 Properties of the nucleus
17 Deep inside the atom

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr Darrent Goossens has a PhD in physics and a Grad. Cert. in professional writing (editing). He has worked as a research scientist at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, and as an educator and researcher at the UNSW and ANU.

Kate Wilson is a senior lecturer in the School of Engineering and Information Technology, UNSW Canberra (UNSW at the Australian Defence Force Academy). She has a PhD in computational physics from Monash University and a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching from the University of Canberra. Kate has been a member of the Sydney University Physics Education Research group, an Innovative Teaching and Educational Technology Fellow at the University of New South Wales, first year coordinator in physics at the Australian National University and director of the Australian Science Olympiads Physics Program. She is author of the resource set Workshop Tutorials for Physics and Nelson Physics units 3 and 4 for the National Curriculum.

Robert Farr is the Head of Science at Brigidine College in St Ives, Sydney and has been teaching and marking senior physics for 25 years in New South Wales schools. He has been on review panels for the current physics syllabus and has extensive experience as a marker, senior marker and supervisor in physics and chemistry. Robert graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from the University of Sydney in 1982 and completed his Diploma of Education the next year. He has a Master of Arts, specialising in science education and school leadership, from MacQuarie University. Robert was a consultant and contributing author on the highly successful McGraw-Hill Biology in Focus series, especially in developing the approach to the Prescribed Focus Areas.

FEATURES

‘Working Scientifically’ processes developed within each investigation.

Includes both primary and secondary-sourced investigations, including modelling.

Contains a dedicated chapter on how to approach and carry out Depth Study at Year 12.

$72.68

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