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Grade 11 Physical Science

Gain full access to the CAPS & IEB grade 11 Physical Science curriculum including videos, online assessments, personalised progress, tracking and diagnostics

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Grade 11 Physical Science introduction​

Our software has been developed by experts in education to help you build confidence in Physical Sciences. Meanwhile students will truly grasp a conceptual understanding of science, creative thought and systematically testing ideas

Excel in Grade 11 Physical Science and problem solving. Study at your own pace while you watch or read Physical Science lessons covering all topics in the CAPS curriculum. Above all the state-of-the-art software assesses your knowledge and understanding of all Physical Science skills.

Once your skills have been assessed, our innovative software provides you with a personalised learning journey. Secondly the system will provide recommendations on skills that will take your grades to the next level. The software covers the full curriculum 

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Grade 11 Physical Science lessons

  • Introduction
  • Vectors on a Cartesian Plane
  • Components of vectors
  • Graphical techniques of vectors
  • Algebraic techniques of vectors
  • Graphical and algebraic techniques of vectors
  • Scalars and vectors
  • Negative vectors

  • Newton's first Law of Motion
  • Newton's Second Law of Motion
  • Newton's Third Law of Motion
  • Forces in equilibrium
  • Forces between masses
  • Different kinds of forces
  • Force diagrams, free body diagrams
  • What is a force?

  • Units
  • Rate, proportion and ratios

  • Acceleration 
  • Speed and velocity
  • Instantaneous velocity and speed

  • Exam Revision
  • Definitions for the exam

  • Isotopes
  • The Periodic table
  • Molecular shape
  • Bond formation
  • Chemical bonds
  • Molecules
  • Electronegativity
  • Energy and bonding 

  • Definition
  • The difference between interatomic and intermolecular forces
  • Understanding molecular forces
  • Types of intermolecular forces
  • The effects of intermolecular forces
  • The chemistry of water

  • Motion of particles
  • Ideal gas laws

  • Light rays
  • Reflection
  • Absorption
  • Transmission
  • Refraction
  • Snell's Law
  • Critical angles and total reflection

  • Introduction
  • Wavefronts
  • Huygens Principle
  • Diffraction

  • Introduction
  • Gases and solution
  • Stoichiometric calculations
  • Volume relationships in gaseous reactions
  • What is a mole?

  • Introduction
  • Energy changes in chemical reactions in the form of graphs
  • Endothermic and Exothermic reactions

  • Acids and Bases
  • Redox Reactions

  • Introduction
  • Quantisation of charge
  • Coulomb's law
  • Electric field

  • Introduction
  • Magnetic Fields
  • Lenz's Law
  • Faraday's Law
  • Electromagnets

  • Electric current
  • Ohm's Law
  • Power and Energy

  • Introduction
  • The lithosphere
  • Mining and mineral processing

  • Excel in your examinations by practicing your skills

  • Mathematical knowledge and scientific skills
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

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Grade 11 Physical Science students can learn on the go which reduces barriers to learning inside the classroom

Personalised lessons

As student’s progress in their Physical Science lessons the platform will start recommending lessons and tests to improve Physical Science skills

Unlimited Physical Science worksheets

This software comes fully equipped with over 10,000 Grade 11 Physical Science worksheet options. Tests can be created on any Physical Science topic for consistent practice

Progress reporting

Monitor your student or child as they progress through the Grade 11 Physical Science syllabus. Understand where they are performing well and what Physical Science topic they need to focus on more. 


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