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Physics (Grades 11 & 12)

Grade 11U Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Kinematics
    • motion
    • technology and kinematics
  • Unit C: Forces
    • forces and motion of an object
    • Newton's laws of motion and technological developments
  • Unit D: Energy and Society
    • energy transformations
    • thermal energy losses and efficiency
    • affects of technological applications involving energy transformations
  • Unit E: Waves and Sound
    • mechanical waves - characteristics and properties
    • sound
    • affects of mechanical waves on structures, society, and environment
  • Unit F: Electricity and Magnetism
    • relationships between electricity and magnetism, and technological applications
    • affects of technological applications involving electromagnetism and energy transformations

Grade 12U Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Dynamics
    • forces affect motion
    • technologies that utilize the principles of dynamics
  • Unit C: Energy and Momentum
    • energy and momentum conservation
    • mathematical analysis of conservation
    • technological applications of energy and momentum
  • Unit D: Gravitational, Electric, and Magnetic Fields
    • gravitational, electric, and magnetic forces and fields
    • behaviour of matter in fields
    • technological systems involving gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields
  • Unit E: The Wave Nature of Light
    • light properties
    • behaviour of light as a wave
    • technologies using the principles of the wave nature of light
  • Unit F: Revolutions in Modern Physics: Quantum Mechanics and Special Relativity
    • light - particle and wave-like behaviour
    • particles and wave-like behaviour
    • mathematical models

Grade 12C Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Motion and Its Applications
    • motion and mathematical relationships
    • technologies that utilize principles of motion
  • Unit C: Mechanical Systems
    • force and work
    • friction and influences
    • mechanical systems
  • Unit D: Electricity and Magnetism
    • relationships between electricity and magnetism
    • electricity and magnetism technological applications
  • Unit E: Energy Transformations
    • transforming energy
    • efficiency
    • technological applications involving energy transformations
  • Unit F: Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
    • fluids under pressure and work
    • hydraulic and pneumatic systems
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Forces, Dynamics, and Mechanical Systems (11U, 12U & 12C)

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Energy, Momentum and Transformations (11U, 12U & 12C)

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Waves, Sound, and Light (11U/12U)

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Electricity, Magnetism, and Fields (11U, 12U, & 12C)

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Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systmes (12C)

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Biology (Grades 11 & 12)

Grade 11U Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Diversity of Living Things
    • anatomical and physiological characteristics
    • human affects on ecosystems
  • Unit C: Evolution
    • relationships between species and environment
    • accumulation of evidence
    • technology and economic and environmental implications
  • Unit D: Genetic Processes
    • genetic and genomic research
    • variability and diversity, meiosis
  • Unit E: Animals: Structure and Function
    • body systems
    • development and uses of technology in human health
  • Unit F: Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function
    • plant structures and functions
    • plant variety, survival, and sustainability of ecosystems

Grade 11C Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Cellular Biology
    • structures and functions of biochemical compounds, cell organelles, and body systems
    • technological devices and human health
    • substance impacts on health
  • Unit C: Microbiology
    • microorganism characteristics
    • effects of microorganisms on environment
    • technological use of microorganisms
  • Unit D: Genetics
    • genetic research and biotechnology
    • variability and diversity, meiosis
  • Unit E: Anatomy of Mammals
    • body systems and interactions
    • technologies - maintaining human health
    • environmental factors and effects on human health
  • Unit F: Plants in the Natural Environment
    • plant structures and functions in the environment
    • plants and the survival of ecosystems
    • human affects on sustainability of plants in ecosystems

Grade 12U Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Biochemistry
    • technological applications: food, pharmaceutical, and medical industries
    • biological molecules and chemical properties in cellular processes and biochemical reactions
    • biochemical compounds structural and functional roles
  • Unit C: Metabolic Processes
    • DNA and genetic information
    • protein function
    • genetic research and biotechnology
  • Unit D: Molecular Genetics
    • structure and function
    • change and continuity
  • Unit E: Homeostasis
    • organism internal conditions
    • feedback mechanisms
    • environmental factors and homeostasis
  • Unit F: Population Dynamics
    • population growth patterns
    • consumption of resources, waste, and growth affects on Earth's sustainability
    • technological developments offset ecological footprint
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Chemistry (Grades 11 & 12)

Grade 11U Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Matter, Chemical Trends, and Chemical Bonding
    • elements: chemical and physical properties, structure
    • compound's bonds determine properties
    • chemicals and risks to health and environment
  • Unit C: Chemical Reactions
    • predicting reactions
    • reactions and applications
  • Unit D: Quantities in Chemical Reactions
    • quantitative relationships
    • efficiency and optimization of chemical reactions
  • Unit E: Solutions and Solubility
    • properties of solutions
    • physical and chemical properties of water
    • protecting integrity of Earth's water resources
  • Unit F: Gases and Atmospheric Chemistry
    • properties of gases
    • air quality
    • protecting integrity of Earth's atmosphere

Grade 12U Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Organic Chemistry
    • organic compounds - properties and structures
    • organic reactions and applications
  • Unit C: Structure and Properties of Matter
    • attractive forces between particles determine properties
    • technological devices based on principles of atomic and molecular structures
  • Unit D: Energy Changes and Rates of Reaction
    • energy changes and rates of chemical reactions quantitatively
    • efficiency of chemical reactions
    • technologies that transform energy
  • Unit E: Chemical Systems and Equilibrium
    • predicting dynamic chemical systems
    • applications of chemical systems at equilibrium
  • Unit F: Electrochemistry
    • oxidation and reduction chemical reactions
    • control and applications of redox reactions

Grade 12C Fundamental Concepts

  • Unit B: Matter and Qualitative Analysis
    • properties of matter - prediction and analysis
    • substance properties
  • Unit C: Organic Chemistry
    • organic compounds - chemical and physical properties and structures
    • synthesizing organic compounds
    • organic chemical reactions and applications
  • Unit D: Electrochemistry
    • oxidation and reduction
    • control and applications of redox reactions
  • Unit E: Chemical Calculations
    • chemical reaction relationships
    • chemical reaction applications in home, workplace, and environment
  • Unit F: Chemistry in the Environment
    • air and water quality - chemical reaction assessment
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Environmental Science (Grade 11)

Big Ideas

  • Unit B: Human Impact on the Environment
    • the biotic elements of an ecosystem include humans
    • abiotic and biotic factors interact within an ecosystem
    • people have positive and negative effects on the environment, both locally and globally
  • Unit C: Human Health and the Environment
    • environmental factors can have negative effects on human health
    • it is possible to minimize some negative health effects associated with environmental factors by making wise lifestyle choices and taking other precautions

 

  • Unit D: Energy Conservation
    • the impact of energy production and consumption on environmental sustainability depends on which resources and energy production methods are used
  • Unit E: Natural Resources Science and Management
    • biodiversity is a measure of the health and sustainability of an ecosystem
    • careful resources management planning is necessary to sustain ecosystems
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    Gurpreet Sidhu | Physics Instructor | University College of North | The Pas, MB

  • Wireless Spectrometer Big Hit With Students – PASCO’s wireless spectrometer has been utilized very well by our earth science and physical science teachers. It’s an excellent piece of equipment and we have very much enjoyed its addition to enriching our classroom. It definitely brings students to a higher level of understanding wave interaction at a molecular level.

    Matt Tumbach | Secondary Instructional Technology Leader | Tommy Douglas Collegiate | Saskatoon, SK

  • Excellent Smart Cart – I thought the cart was excellent. The quick sampling rate for force will be very useful for momentum and collision labs we do. I’m recommending we include this in our order for next school year.

    Reed Jeffrey | Science Department Head | Upper Canada College | Toronto ON

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    Bob Chin | Lab Technician | Kwantlen Polytechnic University | Surrey, BC

  • Datalogging Activities are Cross-Curricular

    Throughout the province of Nova Scotia, PASCO’s probeware technology has been merged with the rollout of the new P-6 curriculum. We chose a number of sensors for use with our project-based activities. Both the functionality and mobility of PASCO’s dataloggers enable students to collect authentic, real-world data, test their hypotheses and build knowledge.

    Mark Richards | Technology Integration Consultant | Annapolis Valley R.S.B. | Nova Scotia

  • We have a large number of PASCO wireless spectrometers and love how they have improved the learning experience for our students.

    Shawn McFadden | Technical Specialist | Ryerson University | Toronto, Ontario

  • During distance learning due to COVID-19 school shut down, I was given a short window to collect what I could from my classroom to teach online. The PASCO wireless sensors and Smart Carts were my top priority to collect to implement distance learning. By sharing experimental data with students via SPARKVue, the sensors were pivotal in creating an online experience that still allowed students to grow with their lab skills. It was easy to record videos of the data collection and share the data with my students. They did a phenomenal job examining and interpreting the data.


    Michelle Brosseau | Physics Teacher | Ursuline College Chatham | Chatham, Ontario

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