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Edition: 02

Copyright: 2002

Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division

Published: 2002

International: No

Copyright: 2002

Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division

Published: 2002

International: No

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Conceptual Physics features the concepts before computation approach pioneered by Paul Hewitt. The program's proven THREE-STEP learning cycle boosts student success with mathematical problem solving by first building a solid conceptual understanding of physics.

Highlights

- Step 1. Explore: Ignite student interest with meaningful examples and hands-on activities.
- Step 2. Concept Development: Build an understanding of the principles of physics through engaging explanations, demonstrations, labs, concept development exercises and thought provoking questions.
- Step 3. Apply: Students apply what they know through laboratory work, mathematical problem solving, and discussions of critical thinking questions.

**Unit 1 Mechanics Unit 2 Properties of Matter Unit 3 Heat Unit 4 Sound and Light Unit 5 Electricity and Magnetism Unit 6 Atomic and Nuclear Physics**

Summary

Conceptual Physics features the concepts before computation approach pioneered by Paul Hewitt. The program's proven THREE-STEP learning cycle boosts student success with mathematical problem solving by first building a solid conceptual understanding of physics.

Highlights

- Step 1. Explore: Ignite student interest with meaningful examples and hands-on activities.
- Step 2. Concept Development: Build an understanding of the principles of physics through engaging explanations, demonstrations, labs, concept development exercises and thought provoking questions.
- Step 3. Apply: Students apply what they know through laboratory work, mathematical problem solving, and discussions of critical thinking questions.

Table of Contents

**Unit 1 Mechanics Unit 2 Properties of Matter Unit 3 Heat Unit 4 Sound and Light Unit 5 Electricity and Magnetism Unit 6 Atomic and Nuclear Physics**

Publisher Info

Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division

Published: 2002

International: No

Published: 2002

International: No

Conceptual Physics features the concepts before computation approach pioneered by Paul Hewitt. The program's proven THREE-STEP learning cycle boosts student success with mathematical problem solving by first building a solid conceptual understanding of physics.

Highlights

- Step 1. Explore: Ignite student interest with meaningful examples and hands-on activities.
- Step 2. Concept Development: Build an understanding of the principles of physics through engaging explanations, demonstrations, labs, concept development exercises and thought provoking questions.
- Step 3. Apply: Students apply what they know through laboratory work, mathematical problem solving, and discussions of critical thinking questions.

Unit 2 Properties of Matter

Unit 3 Heat

Unit 4 Sound and Light

Unit 5 Electricity and Magnetism

Unit 6 Atomic and Nuclear Physics