Integrated Physics & Chemistry


Integrated Physics & Chemistry
Faculty: Mike Lynch, Trey Strickland


This course is designed to acquaint the student with the concepts and processes of physics and chemistry. Laboratory investigations are an integral part of the course. These laboratory investigations will allow the student to utilize the scientific method and develop critical thinking skills while problem-solving. Topics of study shall include properties and relationships of matter and energy, atomic structure, chemical formulas and equations, mechanics, heat, electricity and magnetism, motion, waves, light, and sound. This course is not appropriate for students with credit for Chemistry or Physics. IPC will be offered for the Recommended High School Program in Klein ISD beginning with the ninth grade class in the Fall Semester of 2010. This course is not appropriate for students with credit for chemistry or physics.



Integrated Physics & Chemistry Limited English/Sheltered
Faculty: Mike Lynch


This course is designed to acquaint the ESL student with the concepts and processes of physics and chemistry. Laboratory investigations are an integral part of the course. These laboratory investigations will allow the student to utilize the scientific method and develop critical thinking skills while problem-solving. Topics of study shall include properties and relationships of matter and energy, atomic structure, chemical formulas and equations, mechanics, heat, electricity and magnetism, and light and sound. The course will cover the essential knowledge and skills of the regular integrated physics and chemistry course with an emphasis on a variety of methods and modalities for instruction to meet the needs of the limited English speaker. This course is not appropriate for students with credit for chemistry or physics.

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