Science Teaching Module

Project EASE Science Self-Learning Module

 INTEGRATED SCIENCE I

Module 01 What is Science?
Module 02 Basic Science Process
Module 03 Developing Science Skills and Process
Module 04 Laboratory Safety Precautions
Module 05 What is Matter?
Module 06 Behavior of Matter
Module 07 Forces
Module 08 Energy
Module 09 Organism
Module 10 Can We Live Alone
Module 11 Earth's Resources
Module 12 Inside the Earth
Module 13 All About Water
Module 14 The Earth's Atmosphere
Module 15 Planets
Module 17 Asteroids
Module 18 Stars

BIOLOGY
Module 01 Nature of Biology
Module 02 Cell Structure & Function
Module 03 Movement of Materials Through the Cell Membrane
Module 04 Photosynthesis
Module 05 Cellular Respiration
Module 06 The Levels of Biological Organization
Module 07 Plant Parts & Functions
Module 08 Integumentary & Excretory Systems
Module 09 Life Support Systems
Module 10 Musculo-Skeletal System
Module 11 Energy Producing & Distributing Systems
Module 12 Making New Cells
Module 13 Human Reproductive System
Module 14 Genetics-The Study of Inherited Traits
Module 15 Evolution
Module 16 Diversity of Plants
Module 17 Animals without Backbones
Module 18 Animals with Backbones
Module 19 Ecosystem


CHEMISTRY

Module 01 Chemistry and You
Module 02 Laboratory Apparatus, Safety Rules & Symbols
Module 03 Classifying Matter as Pure Substances
Module 04 Mixed Matter
Module 05 Colloids
Module 06 Colligative Properties of Solution
Module 07 Solutions
Module 08 Behavior of Gases
Module 09 Gas Laws
Module 10 What's Inside the Atom
Module 11 Atoms in the Periodic Table
Module 12 Chemical Nomenclature
Module 13 Chemical Reactions
Module 14 The Chemical Bonds
Module 15 Changes that Matter Undergoes
Module 16 Stoichiometry
Module 17 Reaction Rates & Equilibrium


PHYSICS

Module 01 Physics Basic Science
Module 02 Energy in Society
Module 03 The Nature and Properties of Light
Module 04 Optical Instruments
Module 05 Radiation Around Us
Module 06 Experiencing Electricity
Module 07 Electric Circuits
Module 08 Electromagnetism
Module 09 Going Places
Module 10 Force and Motion
Module 11 Work, Energy, Power and Machines
Module 12 Mechanical Properties of Matter
Module 13 Transit Energies
Module 14 Thermodynamics
Module 15 Waves Carriers of Energy
Module 16 Sound
Module 17 Wireless Communication
Module 18 Electronics

1 Komento ng Ulirang Guro:

This volume was inspired by a roundtable discussion on law and hermeneutics at the 1987 American Political Science Association meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Participants in that roundtable included Terence Ball, Gerald L. Bruns, Fred Dallmayr, and Michael J. Perry. The participants, as well as members of the audience, are thanked for their initial enthusiasm for the subject.
Three of the essays in this volume have seen the light of day elsewhere. Permission to reprint these articles made it possible to include them alongside the original contributions of other authors. James Farr's "The Americanization of Hermeneutics: Francis Lieber's Legal and Political Hermeneutics " appeared in the Journal of Politics (52 [1990]: 1027–49). It is reprinted here with the permission of the University of Texas Press. Ken Kress's "Legal Indeterminacy and Legitimacy" originally appeared in expanded form in the California Law Review (77 [1989]: 283–337). It is reprinted with the permission of the author. Michael J. Perry's "Why Constitutional Theory Matters to Constitutional Practice (And Vice Versa)" was published originally in Constitutional Commentary (6 [Summer 1989]: 231–49) and is reprinted here with the permission of the author and Constitutional Commentary .
Publication of a volume of this kind requires a considerable amount of cooperation, persistence, and patience. I wish to express my gratitude to each of the contributors for exhibiting these virtues and especially for their sustained commitment to Legal Hermeneutics .
I have incurred a special debt to Terence Ball. Terry's constant interest in the volume and his timely encouragement, advice, and prodding made the task of editing these papers a less lonely affair than it might have been. I thank Terry for his support, criticisms, and friendship.