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Biology

  BIOLOGY 11 431 This course presents a representative sample of organisms and introduces students to a variety of laboratory skills and scientific processes. The three main themes in Biology 11 are unity and diversity, evolutionary relationships and ecological relationships. Under these themes, the Biology 11 curriculum is organized into seven (7) main sections: processes …

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Chemistry

CHEMISTRY 11 434 This is an introductory course for students with a general interest in Chemistry as well as for those who require Chemistry for more advanced study in the Sciences and is recommended for Biology 12. Topics include quantitative chemistry, bonding theory, atomic structure, periodic table, reactions, solution chemistry and organic chemistry. This course …

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Earth Science

EARTH SCIENCE 11 435 Earth Science 11 is a survey course designed to introduce students to the diverse aspects of Earth and Space Science. Students entering this course should have a good knowledge of Science skills and course content from their junior grades, at least a C+ is recommended. The course itself is based on …

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Earth Science

EARTH SCIENCE 11 435 Earth Science 11 is a survey course designed to introduce students to the diverse aspects of Earth and Space Science. Students entering this course should have a good knowledge of Science skills and course content from their junior grades, at least a C+ is recommended. The course itself is based on …

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Physics

  PHYSICS 11 437 This course is a survey of physics for those students requiring physics for future career plans. Topics include time, space, mass, kinematics, dynamics, relativity, energy, optics, free fall and projectiles. It is recommended that Mathematics 11 be taken prior to or concurrently. Students who have weak Algebra skills may wish to …

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Science 8-10

SCIENCE 9 231 Building on laboratory skills and the methods of scientific inquiry introduced in Science 8, students discover some of the more basic principles of physics, chemistry, space science, and biology through experimentation and class activities. Areas of study include: biology, cell division and reproduction; physics, characteristics of electricity; chemistry, atoms, elements and compounds; …

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