Science 8: Semester 1
Description. In this introduction to integrated physics and chemistry, students will begin their study of the natural world by looking at its smallest parts, atoms; the course will then focus on how objects interact, including discussions of energy, motion, and force. Students will apply the concepts of force, motion, and work in a hands-on, simple-machines lesson.
Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
Subjects: Middle School
Course Learning Outcomes
There are four main areas that you should master during this course:
- Describe the organization of the world around us, first on an atomic level, and then on a macroscopic, familiar level (from atoms to objects we use daily).
- Explain and provide several examples of different types of energy and discuss how energy changes from one form to another.
- Identify and utilize simple machines in everyday life.
- Define motion and the various items that affect motion.
- You will not need a textbook to complete this course. All of the information you need is in the lessons.
Reliable access to a computer and internet.