Physical World Syllabus
The Physical World: An Introduction to Physical Science for Christian Schools
Modeling God’s World
Kinematics: How Things Move
Dynamics: Why Things Move
Work and Simple Machines
Periodic Motion and Waves
Light and Optics
Elements and the Periodic Table
Bonding and Compounds
Mixtures and Solutions
Acids, Bases, and Salts
Reading assignments must be outlined in one color of pen and class notes written in using a different color of pen. Homework questions and worksheets must be answered using blue or black pen; however, pencils must be used for all math work . Be sure to show all work and not just the answer on any math problems. Partial credit will be awarded for correct work done. A scientific calculator will be required for the math problems. All work must be kept in a three-ring binder designated for Physical World only and will be graded on test days for a quiz grade: 100% if complete and 0% if in-complete. All in-class grading will be completed in green ink and each student must write their name on the bottom of the assignment they are grading.
25%--Homework graded for accuracy and completion.
25%--Quizzes will be scheduled.
50%--Tests and Projects will be scheduled.
Scientist Summary (Test Grade)--
Research Paper (Two Test Grades)--