## Description

*Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC) *is written by internationally respected scientist/author, **John Hudson Tiner**, who applies the vignette approach, which effectively draws readers into the text and holds attention. The **author and editors have deliberately avoided complex mathematical equations in order to entice students into high school level science**. This course introduces students to the people, places and principles of **conceptual physics and basic chemistry** without focus on complicated mathematical equations, which often discourage students. *IPC* focuses on research by the people who contributed to development of the **Periodic Table of the Elements**. Students learn to read and apply the Periodic Table, while gaining insight into basic chemistry and physics. **This is one of our most popular courses** among high school students, especially those who aspire to matriculate to college, but are challenged by science courses based on complex mathematical and technical skills*. IPC* is also an excellent course for pre-high school students who aspire to take conventional chemistry and physics courses permeated with mathematical equations.

*Integrated Physics and Chemistry* is packaged in soft-cover booklets, containing a total of 180 lessons in 12 chapters of text with 12 companion student activity books. *IPC* is **designed as a two-year course **for the average student. Completion of 180 activities, 24 quizzes, and/or 12 chapter tests earns **two high school transcript credits**. However, proctors/teachers may assign **chapters 2,4,6,9,10, and 12 as Conceptual Physics, **to earn **one high school transcript credit**, and assign** chapters 1,3,5,7,8, and 11 as Basic Chemistry, **to earn **one high school transcript credit**.

## Course Resources

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