Physics for CAPE® Examinations

Physics for CAPE® Examinations
Alec Farley, David Glover, Mike Taylor
  • Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Ltd
  • Format: eBook (PDF)
  • Series: Cape
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Physics for CAPE® Examinations provides comprehensive coverage of Units 1 and 2 of the CAPE Physics syllabus. A non-calculus treatment of Physics, it has been written to facilitate a smooth transition from high school to tertiary level Physics at regional and international institutions.
The text encourages the ability to apply scientific methods to a range of academic and everyday problems, and sensitises students to pressing global and regional issues such as energy and the environment.
Key features:
• Worked examples and in-text questions help to build understanding and provoke analytical thought
• Practical exercises encourage students to use their knowledge of Physics to plan, carry out, and evaluate their work
• Review questions (including answers) at the end of each chapter test knowledge and how to apply it
• A focus on digital logic and electronics will support students looking to move forwards into engineering
• The School-Based Assessment section gives step-by-step tips to maximise CAPE coursework success
• The Appendix includes a review of mathematics skills required for the course
Alec Farley BA (Physics), MS (Physics), Diploma in Advanced Studies in Science
Education, has served as Education Officer, Science and Mathematics within the Ministry of Education, Guyana and has been the head of both Mathematics and Physics departments in the region. He lectured in Physics and later became Assistant Professor and Head of the Physics Department at The College of The Bahamas.
David Glover PhD, BSc, MInstP held research and teaching posts at the Central Electricity
Generating Board, the Cavendish Laboratory, the Open University and Cambridge College of Arts and Technology before becoming a full time science education author. He has written an extensive range of international science text books.
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