General Science

General Science

(2 customer reviews)

$180.00

Bonnie Kookogey brings her 19 years of homeschool mentoring and licensed nursing experience to bear in General Science. Students explore geology, paleontology, archaeology, simple machines, science history, the scientific method and experimental design, concluding with an introduction to life sciences and biology, human anatomy and human physiology.

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Description

The first semester of General Science includes the study of geology, paleontology, archaeology, simple machines, science history, the scientific method and experimental design. The second semester serves as an introduction to life sciences and biology with focus on human anatomy and human physiology.

This course is part of the Compass Lectures Series where veteran teachers are filmed as they teach in an actual classroom. This product includes streaming access to the videos filmed live in Nashville. Assignments for local students are explained on the videos and in the course steps. However, parents are solely responsible for assigning and grading this work.

Required Books

  • Exploring Creation with General Science second edition by Dr Jay Wile*
  • Exploring Creation with General Science second edition Solutions Manual**
  • Exploring Creation with General Science second edition Student Notebook

N.B. The key to quizzes can be found in the “Answers to On Your Own Problems” at the end of each chapter in the textbook. For questions that Bonnie altered or added, answer keys have been provided in the course materials download.

To access the book extras associated with this course, you’ll need to follow the steps outlined here.

*While the second edition of Exploring Creation with General Science is out of print, a used copy can be obtained here.

**A copy of the second edition Solutions Manual can be purchased here.

Bonnie Kookogey is the mother of six children whom she homeschools with her husband, Kevin. Bonnie and Kevin have taught, led, and mentored students and parents in the homeschool community for 19 years. Bonnie graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) in 1987 from West Chester University, West Chester, PA, and she earned her Master’s Degree in 1991 from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. Bonnie worked initially as a registered nurse and was then licensed as a Nurse Anesthetist, practicing in both Philadelphia and Nashville for ten years.

License: This product is licensed for use by one family. For group, co-op, or school use, each family will need to purchase a copy or purchase licenses for each student. For more information, visit our group license page.

Additional information

Age

12-14

Age/Grade

Credit

1 MS Science Credit

Credit Amount

Lessons

29

Teacher

Bonnie Kookogey

Format

Streaming

Type

Lessons

Download Scope & Sequence with assignments

  1. Module 1: A Brief History of Science (Part 1)
  2. Module 1: A Brief History of Science (Part 2)
  3. Module 2: Scientific Inquiry (Part 1)
  4. Module 2: Scientific Inquiry (Part 2)
  5. Module 3: How to Analyze and Interpret Experiments (Part 1)
  6. Module 3: How to Analyze and Interpret Experiments (Part 2)
  7. Module 5: The History of Life: Archeology, Geology, and Paleontology (Part 1)
  8. Module 5: The History of Life: Archeology, Geology, and Paleontology (Part 2)
  9. Module 6: Foundations of Geology (Part 1)
  10. Module 6: Foundations of Geology (Part 2)
  11. Module 7: The Fossil Record (Part 1)
  12. Module 7: The Fossil Record (Part 2)
  13. Module 8: Uniformitarianism and Catastrophism (Part 1)
  14. Module 8: Uniformitarianism and Catastrophism (Part 2)
  15. Module 9: What Is Life? (Part 1)
  16. Module 9: What Is Life? (Part 2)
  17. Module 10: Classifying Life (Part 1)
  18. Module 10: Classifying Life (Part 2)
  19. Module 11: The Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made (Part 1)
  20. Module 11: The Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made (Part 2)
  21. Module 12: Energy and Life (Part 1)
  22. Module 12: Energy and Life (Part 2)
  23. Module 13: The Human Digestive System (Part 1)
  24. Module 13: The Human Digestive System (Part 2)
  25. Module 14: The Human Respiratory and Circulatory Systems (Part 1)
  26. Module 14: The Human Respiratory and Circulatory Systems (Part 2)
  27. Module 15: The Human Lymphatic, Endocrine, and Urinary Systems (Part 1)
  28. Module 15: The Human Lymphatic, Endocrine, and Urinary Systems (Part 2)
  29. Module 16: The Human Nervous System (Part 1)
  30. Module 16: The Human Nervous System (Part 2)

Sample Lesson

This lecture was delivered during the second week of live classes. In this video Ms. Bonnie covers the second half of Module 1.

Here is the homework the students were assigned:

  • Write lab reports for 1.3 and 1.4
  • Optional: Study for and take Module #1 Test. Study for Module 1 test using the flashcards at this Quizlet link.
  • Take Module 1 quiz, which can be downloaded here.
  • Read Module #2 (pages 35-55)
  • Complete Study Guide questions after you finish the reading

2 reviews for General Science

  1. Jacob and Natalia

    Although my children have not taken this course yet. I must share that I and many others appreciate a teacher who can think for herself and does not go along with the government’s narrative. This is sadly, what many people have done by allowing themselves to be indoctrinated by media, radio, and the internet (which is all compromised through our government). I am thankful that this teacher and many other licensed and excellent medical doctors are able to think for themselves. See dailycout.io. and Naomi Wolf’s most recent book “The Bodies of Others.” The evidence against shots keeps piling up.

  2. Alison (verified owner)

    I was disappointed in the quality of this course. The teacher does very little teaching, and mostly reads from the textbook and takes up quiz answers. Also, students’ responses are difficult to hear or inaudible as only the instructor has a mic. Parents should be aware that this instructor goes on an anti-vaccination tangent during the module on the lymphatic, endocrine and urinary systems and shares her personal opinions on Covid-19.

    • Ben Crist

      Alison: I am sorry you were disappointed in this course. We have a strong satisfaction guarantee. Email us at [email protected] and we will try to make things right.

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