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This is a custom physical science course using multiple modes of engagement and strategies for learning.  There are multiple sources credited with supporting material with the primary one being the CK-12 Physical Science For Middle School text book, work book and quiz material by Jean Brainard, Ph.D., corrected and modified by Ralph Patterson, B.S.   In good keeping with the open source model and creative commons material:

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Contents: CK-12 Physical Science

Chapter 1 TE The World of Science

1.1 Chapter 1: The World of Science
1.2 Lesson 1.1 What Is Science?
1.3 Lesson 1.2 The Scope of Physical Science

Chapter 2 TE Scientific Research and Technology

2.1 Chapter 2: Scientific Research and Technology
2.2 Lesson 2.1 Scientific Investigation
2.3 Lesson 2.2 Science Skills
2.4 Lesson 2.3 Technology

Chapter 3 TE Introduction to Matter

3.1 Chapter 3: Introduction to Matter
3.2 Lesson 3.1 Properties of Matter
3.3 Lesson 3.2 Types of Matter
3.4 Lesson 3.3 Changes in Matter

Chapter 4 TE States of Matter

4.1 Chapter 4: States of Matter
4.2 Lesson 4.1 Solids, Liquids, Gases, and Plasmas
4.3 Lesson 4.2 Behavior of Gases
4.4 Lesson 4.3 Changes of State
4.5 References

Chapter 5 TE Atoms

5.1 Chapter 5: Atoms
5.2 Lesson 5.1 Inside the Atom
5.3 Lesson 5.2 History of the Atom
5.4 Lesson 5.3 Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 6 TE Periodic Table

6.1 Chapter 6: Periodic Table
6.2 Lesson 6.1 How Elements Are Organized
6.3 Lesson 6.2 Classes of Elements
6.4 Lesson 6.3 Groups of Elements

Chapter 7 TE Chemical Bonding

7.1 Chapter 7: Chemical Bonding
7.2 7.1 Introduction to Chemical Bonds
7.3 Lesson 7.2 Ionic Bonds
7.4 Lesson 7.3 Covalent Bonds
7.5 Lesson 7.4 Metallic Bonds

Chapter 8 TE Chemical Reactions

8.1 Chapter 8: Chemical Reactions
8.2 Lesson 8.1 Introduction to Chemical Reactions
8.3 Lesson 8.2 Chemical Equations
8.4 Lesson 8.3 Types of Chemical Reactions
8.5 Lesson 8.4 Chemical Reactions and Energy

Chapter 9 TE Chemistry of Carbon

9.1 Chapter 9: Chemistry of Carbon
9.2 Lesson 9.1 Properties of Carbon
9.3 Lesson 9.2 Hydrocarbons
9.4 Lesson 9.3 Carbon and Living Things
9.5 Lesson 9.4 Biochemical Reactions

Chapter 10 TE Chemistry of Solutions

10.1 Chapter 10: Chemistry of Solutions
10.2 Lesson 10.1 Chemistry of Solutions
10.3 Lesson 10.2 Solubility and Concentration
10.4 Lesson 10.3 Acids and Bases

Chapter 11 TE Nuclear Chemistry

11.1 Chapter 11: Nuclear Chemistry
11.2 Lesson 11.1 Radioactivity . . .
11.3 Lesson 11.2 Radioactive Decay
11.4 Lesson 11.3 Nuclear Energy . .

Chapter 12 TE Motion

12.1 Chapter 12: Motion
12.2 Lesson 12.1 Distance and Direction
12.3 Lesson 12.2 Speed and Velocity
12.4 Lesson 12.3 Acceleration
12.5 References

Chapter 13 TE Forces

13.1 Chapter 13: Forces
13.2 Lesson 13.1 What Is Force?
13.3 Lesson 13.2 Friction
13.4 Lesson 13.3 Gravity
13.5 Lesson 13.4 Elastic Force

Chapter 14 TE Newton’s Laws of Motion

14.1 Chapter 14: Newton’s Laws of Motion
14.2 Lesson 14.1 Newton’s First Law
14.3 Lesson 14.2 Newton’s Second Law
14.4 Lesson 14.3 Newton’s Third Law
14.5 References

Chapter 15 TE Fluid Forces

15.1 Chapter 15: Fluid Forces
15.2 Lesson 15.1 Pressure of Fluids
15.3 Lesson 15.2 Buoyancy of Fluids

Chapter 16 TE Work and Machines

16.1 Chapter 16: Work and Machines
16.2 Lesson 16.1 Work
16.3 Lesson 16.2 Machines
16.4 Lesson 16.3 Simple Machines
16.5 Lesson 16.4 Compound Machines

Chapter 17 TE Introduction to Energy

17.1 Chapter 17: Introduction to Energy
17.2 Lesson 17.1 Types of Energy
17.3 Lesson 17.2 Forms of Energy
17.4 Lesson 17.3 Energy Resources

Chapter 18 TE Thermal Energy

18.1 Chapter 18: Thermal Energy
18.2 Lesson 18.1 Temperature and Heat
18.3 Lesson 18.2 Transfer of Thermal Energy
18.4 Lesson 18.3 Using Thermal Energy

Chapter 19 TE Waves

19.1 Chapter 19: Waves
19.2 Lesson 19.1 Characteristics of Waves
19.3 Lesson 19.2 Measuring Waves
19.4 Lesson 19.3 Wave Interactions and Interference

Chapter 20 TE Sound

20.1 Chapter 20: Sound
20.2 Lesson 20.1 Characteristics of Sound
20.3 Lesson 20.2 Hearing Sound
20.4 Lesson 20.3 Using Sound

Chapter 21 TE Electromagnetic Radiation

21.1 Chapter 21: Electromagnetic Radiation
21.2 Lesson 21.1 Electromagnetic Waves
21.3 Lesson 21.2 Properties of Electromagnetic Waves
21.4 Lesson 21.3 The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Chapter 22 TE Visible Light

22.1 Chapter 22: Visible Light . . .
22.2 Lesson 22.1 The Light We See
22.3 Lesson 22.2 Optics
22.4 Lesson 22.3 Vision

Chapter 23 TE Electricity

23.1 Chapter 23: Electricity
23.2 Lesson 23.1 Electric Charge
23.3 Lesson 23.2 Electric Current
23.4 Lesson 23.3 Electric Circuits
23.5 Lesson 23.4 Electronics

Chapter 24 TE Magnetism

24.1 Chapter 24: Magnetism
24.2 Lesson 24.1 Magnets and Magnetism
24.3 Lesson 24.2 Earth as a Magnet

Chapter 25 TE Electromagnetism

25.1 Chapter 25: Electromagnetism
25.2 Lesson 25.1 Electricity and Magnetism
25.3 Lesson 25.2 Using Electromagnetism

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