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.
- 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.
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*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.
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