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- Available Lessons: 225
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryBring the sciences to life for your homeschooler with this high school physical science homeschool course. Our fun video and text lessons act as a comprehensive study guide your student can access at any time for an enjoyable way to learn more about the physical sciences.
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- Get Extra Support: Ask our expert physical science instructors any question about matter, the periodic table or other high school physical science topics. They're here to help!
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- Use the video lessons as your primary high school physical science homeschool curriculum or as supplemental material.
- Complete each unit at your own pace.
- Watch lessons, reviewing or pausing as often as you need.
- Refer to the video transcripts to reinforce learning.
- Check understanding through lesson quizzes and unit exams.
High School Physical Science Learning Objectives:
- Learn the basic facts about matter, gases, atoms and atomic structure.
- Review the periodic table.
- Examine chemical bonding and solutions.
- Explore the principles of stoichiometry.
- Become familiar with bases, acids and chemical reactions.
- Analyze the fundamentals of nuclear physics.
- Investigate the laws of motion and force and how they work.
- Learn about work and energy.
- See how sound and light waves function.
- Explore the role of light in physical science.
- Examine electricity, thermal physics and magnetism.
- Become familiar with the basic of organic chemistry.
- Read about the universe and its creation and components.
- Study the Earth, including the atmosphere, the geologic time scale, structure, plate tectonics, minerals, types of rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes and weather.
- Look at water balance and its role in the planet's health.
- Learn about ground water.
- See what hazards can be found on the Earth's coasts.
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