Complete Physics for Cambridge, Secondary 1 Textbook: For Cambridge Checkpoint and Beyond

Author(s): Helen Reynolds

KS1-KS3 Science | CIE Physics

This engaging course incorporates crucial challenge material right from the start, enabling students to confidently leap into Cambridge IGCSE (R) Science study with a solid foundation in Physics. It is the best preparation for our bestselling Complete Science for Cambridge IGCSE course, facilitating seamless progression from Cambridge Lower Secondary Stage 9 right into Complete Physics for Cambridge IGCSE. Complete Physics for Cambridge Lower Secondary covers all three years of Cambridge Lower Secondary Physics in the same book, flowing smoothly from one stage to the next. Regular revision and extension exercises will help consolidate learning and then stretch and challenge students to reach the next level. Plus, it's fully matched to the Cambridge syllabus, so you know everything is covered.

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Complete Science for Cambridge Secondary 1 is easy to navigate, with each learning topic covered by a double-page spread. Concepts are clearly explained and followed by questions to test students understanding. In addition to these, this book contains end of unit questions to help students prepare for the progress test. And also, Scientific Enquiry sections include advice on carrying out practical work and recording results. Answers to the questions are included on the Teacher's Resource book and CD-ROM. * Dr. Kyaw Khine, Head of Science,Nelson International Education Center, Myanmar * "Complete Physics for Cambridge Secondary 1 is comprehensive, well written and clear. The mathematical and technical aspects of the subject are made understandable by Helen Reynolds. Students will find this a good resource." * Amazon teacher review * "We were particularly impressed by the layout, clear language, scientific investigations and that we can link your book chapters clearly to the chapters in our native language books." * Fiona Luna, Science Teacher, IES Karlstad, Sweden *

Stage 7 1 Forces 1.1: Introduction to forces 1.2: Balanced forces 1.3: Friction 1.4: Gravity 1.5: Enquiry: Questions, evidence, and explanation 1.6: Air resistance 1.7: Enquiry: Planning investigations 1.8: Tension and upthrust 1.9: Enquiry: Presenting results DS tables and graphs 1.10: Extension: Round in circles 1.11: Review 2 Energy 2.1: What is energy? 2.2: Energy from the Sun 2.3: Energy types 2.4: Energy transfer 2.5: Conservation of energy 2.6: Gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy 2.7: Elastic potential energy 2.8: Enquiry: Suggesting ideas 2.9: Extension: Energy calculations and Sankey diagrams 2.10: Review: Checkpoint-style questions 3 The Earth and beyond 3.1: The night sky 3.2: Day and night 3.3: The seasons 3.4: Stars 3.5: Our Solar System 3.6: Extension: The Moon 3.7: Enquiry: Explanations DS geocentric model 3.8: Enquiry: Explanations DS heliocentric model 3.9: Extension: Beyond our Solar System 3.10: Enquiry: Using secondary sources 3.11: Extension: The origin of the Universe 3.12: Review Stage 7 Review Stage 8 4 Forces 4.1: Speed 4.2: Enquiry: Taking accurate measurements 4.3: Distance-time graphs 4.4: Extension: Acceleration and speed-time graphs 4.5: Enquiry: Presenting results in tables and graphs 4.6: Enquiry: Asking scientific questions 4.7: Review 5 Sound 5.1: Sound, vibrations, and energy transfer 5.2: Extension: Detecting sounds 5.3: Loudness and the decibel scale 5.4: Loudness, amplitude, and oscilloscopes 5.5: Pitch and frequency 5.6: Enquiry: Making simple calculations 5.7: Extension: Echoes 5.8: Review 6 Light 6.1: What is light? 6.2: How do we see things? 6.3: Extension: The speed of light 6.4: Reflection 6.5: Making measurements: Laws of reflection 6.6: Refraction: Air and water 6.7: Refraction: Air and glass 6.8: Dispersion 6.9: Colour 6.10: Presenting conclusions: More on colour 6.11: Enquiry: Asking scientific questions 6.12: Extension: Lasers 6.13: Review 7 Magnetism 7.1: The properties of magnets 7.2: Magnetic fields 7.3: Electromagnets 7.4: Enquiry: Identifying and controlling variables 7.5: Extension: Using electromagnets 7.6: Review Stage 8 Review Stage 9 8 Forces 8.1: Pressure 8.2: The effects of pressure 8.3: Pressure in liquids 8.4: Using pressure in liquids 8.5: Pressure in gases 8.6: Extension: Pressure, volume, and temperature in gases 8.7: Enquiry: Preliminary work 8.8: Density 8.9: Explaining density 8.10: Enquiry: Questions, evidence, and explanations 8.11: Levers 8.12: Calculating moments 8.13: Enquiry: Planning 8.14: Extension: Centre of mass and stability 8.15: Review 9 Electricity 9.1: Electrostatic phenomena 9.2: Dangers of electrostatic phenomena 9.3: Digital sensors 9.4: Electric circuits 9.5: Current: What is it and how we can measure it 9.6: Parallel circuits 9.7: Models for electric circuits 9.8: How components affect the current 9.9: Voltage 9.10: Enquiry: Selecting ideas to test circuits 9.11: Extension: Energy and power 9.12: Review 10 Energy 10.1: Hot and cold 10.2: Energy transfer: Conduction 10.3: Energy transfer: Convection 10.4: Energy transfer: Radiation 10.5: Cooling by evaporation 10.6: The world's energy needs 10.7: Fossil fuels 10.8: Generating electricity 10.9: Renewable energy sources: Solar and geothermal 10.10: Renewable energy sources: Using water and wind 10.11: Energy for the future 10.12: Review Stage 9 Review Reference pages Glossary Index

General Fields

  • : 9780198390244
  • : Oxford Univ Pr
  • : Oxford Univ Pr
  • : 670.0
  • : August 2013
  • : h276mm x w220mm x s11mm
  • : December 2014
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Helen Reynolds
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 530
  • : 256