Publisher: Corint Educational
Year of publication: 2007
Number of pages: 160
Data about authors
OCTAVIAN RUSU, first grade teacher at the "Sfantul Sava" National College in Bucharest, author and co-author of textbooks for grades IX-XII and auxiliaries for high school and for the baccalaureate exam, co-author of educational software.
LIVIA DINICA, first grade teacher at the "Gheorghe Airinei" Technical College of Telecommunications in Bucharest, author of textbooks for high school, author and co-author of school aids for grades IX-XII and for the baccalaureate exam.
CONSTANTIN TRAISTARU, first grade teacher at the "Sfantul Sava" National College in Bucharest, author and co-author of school aids for high school and for the baccalaureate exam.
CONSTANTIN GAVRILA, first grade teacher at the "Sfantul Sava" National College in Bucharest, co-author of textbooks for high school.
What does the book present?
The authors aimed to make a optimally structured physics textbook for XNUMXth grade students, with a low level of difficulty.
The contents of the chapters are presented accessible, with a progressive increase of the degree of difficulty, in a very good correlation with the learning tasks, which offers the student experiences applicable in everyday life situations.
The presented concepts do not overload the student in the learning activity. This manual allows teachers to customize the learning tasks associated with each content, to ensure students' school progress.
Learn physics in an interactive way
The language in which the notions specific to physics are explained is scientifically correct and does not cause confusion.
The text is written in an attractive style, the titles and subtitles synthetically rendering the contents with which they are associated.
Definitions, new notions and symbols of physical quantities are written in other characters, to remain in visual memory. Addressing physical phenomena through suggestive example, well known to students, develop their critical thinking and technical creativity.
The diagrams, summaries and tables in the textbook highlight significant aspects for students' learning acquisitions. The conclusive examples and the types of problems solved are well chosen and sufficient in quantity.
Chapter 1. Mechanical oscillations and waves
Chapter 2. Electromagnetic oscillations and waves
Chapter 3. Wave optics
Chapter 4. Elements of chaos theory
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