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Grade 12 Physical Science

Gain full access to the CAPS & IEB grade 12 Physical Science curriculum including videos, online assessments, personalised progress, tracking and diagnostics

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Grade 12 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 12 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 12 Physical Science Lessons

  • The development of a scientific theory
  • Scientific method
  • Data and data analysis
  • Laboratory safety procedures

  • Introduction
  • Momentum
  • Newton's Second Law
  • Conservation of momentum
  • Impulse
  • Physics in action: impulse

  • Acceleration 
  • Vertical projectile motion

  • Introduction
  • Work
  • Work - Energy theorem
  • Conservation of energy
  • Power
  • Energy
  • Conservative and non-conservative forces
  • Conservation of mechanical energy

  • Newton's 1st Law
  • Newton's 2nd Law
  • Newton's 3rd Law

  • Forces acting at 90°
  • Adding forces
  • The laws of Friction
  • Galileo's Thoughts
  • Newton's First Law
  • Newton's Second Law
  • Newton's Third Law
  • Weightlessness

  • Newton's Law of Gravitation
  • Free Fall

  • What are organic molecules
  • Organic molecular structures
  • IUPAC naming and formulae
  • Physical properties and structure
  • Applications of organic chemistry
  • Addition, elimination and substitution reactions
  • Plastics and polymers

  • Introduction
  • The photoelectric effect
  • Emission and absorption spectra

  • Revision of oxidation and reduction
  • Writing redox and half-reactions
  • Galvanic and electrolytic cells
  • Processes in electrochemical cells
  • The effects of current and potential on rate and equilibrium
  • Standard electrode potentials
  • Applications of electrochemistry

  • Introduction
  • The doppler effect with sound
  • The Doppler effect with Light 

  • Introduction
  • Rates of reaction and factors affecting rate
  • Measuring rates of reaction
  • Mechanisms of reaction and catalysis
  • Energy changes in a chemical reaction

  • What is chemical equilibrium
  • The equilibrium constant
  • La Chatelier's Principle

  • Acids and bases
  • Acid-base reactions
  • pH
  • Titrations
  • Applications of acids and bases

  • Introduction
  • Series and parallel resistor networks
  • Batteries and internal resistance
  • Evaluation internal resistance in circuits
  • EMF and potential difference
  • Resistance (Ohms)
  • Current (Amps A)

  • Introduction
  • Electrical machines - generators and motors
  • Alternating current
  • Electromagnets
  • Magnetic field strength and magnetic flux
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Fleming's right hand dynamo rule
  • Faraday's Law
  • Right hand thumb rule
  • The magnetic field of a solenoid
  • Lenz' Law
  • The generator (right hand rule)
  • Commutator - Split Ring
  • Working of a DC motor
  • The transformer
  • Changing A.C to D.C
  • Transmitting power
  • Effects of alternating current
  • Force on a conductor in a magnetic field
  • Fleming's Left Hand motor rule

  • Introduction
  • Nutrients
  • Fertilisers
  • The fertiliser industry
  • Alternative source of fertilisers
  • Fertilisers and the environment

  • Excel in your examinations by practicing your skills

  • Grade 10 revision
  • Grade 11 revision

Why choose Learn2?

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Grade 12 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 12 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 12 Physical Science syllabus. Understand where they are performing well and what Physical Science topic they need to focus on more. 

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