Intermediate General and Applied Science Course

January 2, 2020 | Updated: May 16, 2020
Author: Christine Miller, Thompson Rivers University, Danielle Collins (Editor)

This course package is designed as an introduction to General and Applied Science. It satisfies the learning outcomes for British Columbia ABE Intermediate General and Applied Science, which is considered an equivalent to BC Science 10. This resource includes powerpoints, class notes, and laboratory manuals for each of three three modules: Chemistry, Biology, and Physics. Throughout these modules, students explore the scientific method, take part in peer discussions, try out their problem solving skills in classroom and laboratory settings, and learn required skills and knowledge to prepare them for the Grade 11 level of science. Quizzes and mini-finals are also available to instructors upon request.

Subject Areas
Adult Basic Education, Science

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