Grade 11/5

Grade 11/5 Designed Curriculum, Includes (Optional Subjects)

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Math:
1. Preliminary Information
2. Functions and Relations
3. Liner Functions
4. Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
5. Quadratic Functions and Complex
6. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
7. Rational Algebraic Functions
8. Irrational Algebraic Functions
9. Quadratic Relations and Systems
10. Higher-Degree Functions and Complex
11. Sequences and Series
12. Probability, Data Analysis, and Functions of A Random Variable
13. Trigonometric and Circular
14. Properties of Trigonometric and Circular Functions
15. Triangle Problems

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TOEFL:
1. Introduction
2. Core Concept: Reading
3. Core Concept: Listening
4. Core Concept: Speaking
5. Core Concept: Writing
6. Cracking the Reading Section
7. Reading Practice Drills
8. Reading Practice Answers and Explanations
9. Cracking the Listening Section
10. Listening Practice Drills
11. Listening Practice Answer and Explanations
12. Cracking the Speaking Section
13. Speaking Practice Drills
14. Speaking Practice Answers and Explanations
15. Cracking the Writing Section
16. Writing Practice Drills
17. Writing Practice Answers and Explanations
18. The Princeton Review TOEFL iBT Practice Test
19. Answer Key
20. Answers and Explanations

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IELTS:
1. Introduction
2. Questions and Answers about IELTS
3. Preparing for IELTS
4. Listening Module
5. Reading Module
6. Writing Module
7. Speaking Module
8. IELTS Model Tests
9. Answer Keys for The Module Activities
10. Explanatory Answers for the IELTS Model Tests 11. Appendix

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American Literature:
Unit 1: Voices of Colonial America
Unit 2: Writers in a Growing Nation
Unit 3: New England Speaks
Unit 4: A Nation Expresses
Unit 5: The Modern View
Unit 6: The Contemporary Perspective

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Academic Writing:
Part 1: The Paragraph
Chapter 1: Paragraph Format
Chapter 2: Narrative Paragraphs
Chapter 3: Paragraph Structure
Chapter 4: Descriptive Paragraph
Chapter 5: Logical Division of Ideas
Chapter 6: Process Paragraphs
Chapter 7: Comparison / Contrast Paragraphs
Chapter 8: Definition Paragraphs
Part 2: The Essay
Chapter 9: Essay Organizations
Chapter 10: Opinion Essays

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Chemistry:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Chemistry
Chapter 2: Matter and Change
Chapter 3: Scientific Measurement
Chapter 4: Atomic Structure
Chapter 5: Electrons in Atoms
Chapter 6: The Periodic Table
Chapter 7: Ionic and Metallic Bonding
Chapter 8: Covalent Bonding
Chapter 9: Chemical Names and Formulas
Chapter 10: Chemical Quantities
Chapter 11: Chemical Reactions
Chapter 12: Stoichiometry
Chapter 13: States of Matter
Chapter 14: The Behavior of Gases
Chapter 15: Water and Aqueous Systems
Chapter 16: Solutions
Chapter 17: Thermochemistry
Chapter 18: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
Chapter 19: Acids, Bases, and Salts
Chapter 20: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
Chapter 21: Electrochemistry
Chapter 22: Hydrocarbon Compounds
Chapter 23: Functional Groups
Chapter 24: The Chemistry of Life
Chapter 25: Nuclear Chemistry

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Biology:
The Science of Biology
The Chemistry of Life
The Biosphere
Ecosystems and Communities
Populations
Humans in the Biosphere
Cell Structure and Function
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
Cell Growth and Division
Introduction to Genetics
DNA
RNA and Protein Synthesis
Human Heredity
Genetic Engineering
Classification
Viruses and Prokaryotes
Protists and Fungi
Introduction to Plants
Plant Structure and Function
Plant Reproduction and Response
Animal Evolution and Diversity
Animal Behavior
The Human Body Digestive and Excretory System
Nervous System
Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
Endocrine and Reproductive Systems
The Immune System and Disease

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Physics:
1. Measurement & Analysis
2. Motion in a Straight Line
3. Motion in a Plane
4. Newton’s Laws of Motion
5. Motion Near the Earth’s Surface
6. Planetary Mechanics
7. Momentum
8. Kinetic & Potential Energy
9. Electric Charges & Electric Fields
10. Current Electricity
11. Electric Circuits
12. Magnetic Fields & Electromagnetism
13. Electromagnetism Induction

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SAT-English & Math:
Part 1: Orientation
1. The SAT, The Princeton Review, and You
2. Cracking the SAT: Basic Principles
3. Cracking the SAT: Advanced Principles
Part 2: How to Crack the Critical Reading Section
4. Joe Bloggs and the Critical Reading Section
5. Sentence Completions
6. Reading Comprehension: An Open-Book Test
7. Reading Comprehension: Wait, There’s More!
8. Vocabulary
Part 3: How to Crack the Math Section
9. Joe Bloggs and the Math Section
10. The Calculator
11. Fun with Fundamentals
12. Algebra: Cracking the System
13. Advanced Arithmetic
14. Geometry
15. Grid- Ins: Cracking the System
16. Putting It all Together
Part 4: How to Crack the Writing Section
17. Grammar
18. Essay
Part 5: Taking the SAT
Part 6: Answer Key to Drills
Part 7: The Princeton Review SAT Practice Tests and Explanations

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SAT-Physics:
Introduction
1. Math Review
Basic Trig Review
Vectors
2. Kinematics
Displacement
Speed and Velocity
Acceleration
Uniformly Accelerated Motion and the Big Five
Kinematics with Graphs
Free Fall
Projectile Motion
Chapter 2: Review Questions
3. Newton’s Laws
The First Law
The Second Law
The Third Law
Newton’s Law of Gravitation
Gravitational Attraction Due to an Extended Body
Weight
The Normal Force
Friction
Pulleys
Inclined Planes
Chapter 3: Review Questions
4. Work, Energy, and Power
Work
Work Done by a Variable Force
Kinetic Energy
The Work–Energy Theorem
Potential Energy
Gravitational Potential Energy
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Power
Chapter 4: Review Questions
5. Linear Momentum
Another Look at Newton’s Second Law
Impulse
Conservation of Linear Momentum
Collisions
Chapter 5: Review Questions
6. Curved and Rotational Motion
Uniform Circular Motion
Center of Mass
Rotation and Translation
Rotational Dynamics
Torque
Equilibrium
Angular Momentum
Conservation of Angular Momentum
Rotational Kinematics
Kepler’s Laws
Chapter 6 Review Questions
7. Oscillations
Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM): The Spring–Block Oscillator
The Kinematics of SHM
The Spring–Block Oscillator: Vertical Motion
Pendulums
Chapter 7: Review Questions
8. Electric Forces and Fields
Electric Charge
Coulomb’s Law
The Electric Field
Conductors and Insulators
Chapter 8: Review Questions
9. Electric Potential and Capacitance
Electrical Potential Energy
Electric Potential
Capacitance
Combinations of Capacitors
Dielectrics
Chapter 9: Review Questions
10. Direct Current Circuits
Electric Current
Resistance
Electric Circuits
Circuit Analysis
Resistance–Capacitance (RC) Circuits
Chapter 10: Review Questions
11. Magnetic Forces and Fields
The Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge
The Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Wire
Magnetic Fields Created by Current-Carrying Wires
Chapter 11 Review Questions
12 Electromagnetic Induction
Motional EMF
Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction
Chapter 12 Review Questions
13 Waves
Transverse Traveling Waves
Wave Speed on a Stretched String
Superposition of Waves
Standing Waves
Sound Waves
Resonance for Sound Waves
The Doppler Effect
The Doppler Effect or Light
Chapter 13 Review Questions
14. Optics
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
Interference and Diffraction
Refection and Refraction
Mirrors
Ray Tracing for Mirrors
Thin Lenses
Ray Tracing for Lenses
Chapter 14 Review Questions
15 Thermal Physics
Temperature Scales
Physical Changes Due to Heat Transfer
Heat Transfer
Thermal Expansion
The Kinetic Theory of Gases
The Ideal Gas Law
The Laws of Thermodynamics
Chapter 15 Review Questions
16. Modern Physics
The Rutherford Model of the Atom
Photons and the Photoelectric Effect
The Bohr Model of the Atom
Wave–Particle Duality
Nuclear Physics
Radioactivity
Nuclear Reactions
Disintegration Energy
Special Relativity
Contemporary Physics
Chapter 16 Review Questions
17. Solutions to the Chapter Review Questions
18. The Princeton Review Practice SAT Physics Subject Test 1
19. Answers and Explanations to Practice SAT Physics Subject Test 1
20. The Princeton Review Practice SAT Physics Subject Test 2
21. Answers and Explanations to Practice SAT Physics Subject Test 2
About the Authors

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SAT-Chemistry:
Introduction About the Test
A DIAGNOSTIC TEST
Answers and Explanations
Calculating Your Score
Diagnosing Your Needs
Planning Your Study
Final Preparation – The Day Before the Test
After the Test
REVIEW OF MAJOR TOPICS
1. Introduction to chemistry
Matter
Energy
Conservation of Mass and Energy
Scientific Method
Measurements and Calculations
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
2 Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table of the Elements
Electric Nature of Atoms
Atomic Spectra
The Wave- Mechanical Model
Sublevels and Electron Configuration
Transition Elements
Periodic Table of the Elements
Properties Related to the periodic Table
Nuclear Transformations and Stability
The Nature of Radioactive Emissions
Methods of Detection of Alpha ,Beta ,and Gamma Rays
Decay Series, Transmutations, and Half – Life
Radioactive Dating
Nuclear Reactions
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
3. Bonding
Types of Bonds
Intermolecular Forces of Attraction
Double and Triple Bonds
Resonance Structures
Molecular Geometry-VSEPR-and Hybridization
Sigma and Pi Bonds
Properties of Ionic Substances
Properties of Molecular Crystals and Liquids
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
4. Chemical Formulas
Naming and Writing Chemical Formulas
Oxidation State and Formula Writing
Names and Formula of Common Acids and Bases
Chemical Formulas Their Meaning and Use
Laws of Definite Compositions and Multiple Proportions
Writing and Balancing Simple Equations
Showing Phases in Chemical Equations
Writing Ionic Equations
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
5. Gases and the Gas Laws
Some Representative Gases
General Characteristics of Gases
Gas Laws and Related Problems
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
6. Stoichiometry (Chemical Calculations) and the Mole Concept
The Mole Concept
Molar Mass and Moles
Mole Relationships
Gas Volumes and Molar Mass
Density and Molar Mass
Mass-Volume Relationships
Mass-Mass Problems
Volume- Volume Problems
Problems with an Excess of One Reactant or a Limiting Reactant
Percent Yield of a Product
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
7. Liquids, Solids, and Phase Changes
Liquids
Phase Equilibrium
Boiling Point
Critical Temperature and Pressure
Solids
Phase Diagrams
Water
Polarity and Hydrogen Bonding
Solubility
Water Solutions
Continuum of Water Mixtures
Expressions of Concentration
Dilution
Colligative Properties of Solutions
Crystallization
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
8. Chemical Reactions and Thermochemistry
Predicting Reactions
Thermochemistry
Changes in Enthalpy
Additivity of Reaction Heats and Hess’s Law
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
9. Rates of Chemical Reactions
Factors Affecting Reaction Rates
Activation Energy
Reaction Rate Law
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
10. Chemical Equilibrium
Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium
Le Chatelier’s Principle
Effects of Changing Conditions
Equilibrium in Heterogeneous Systems
Common Ion Effect
Driving Forces of Reactions
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
11. Acids, Bases, and Salts
Definitions and Properties
Indicators
Titration-Volumetric Analysis
Buffer Solutions
Salts
Amphoteric Substances
Acid Rain-An Environmental Concern
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
12. Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemistry
Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemistry
Quantitative Aspects of Electrolysis
Balancing Redox Equations
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
13. Some Representative Groups and Families
Sulfur Family
Halogen Family
Nitrogen Family
Metals
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
14. Carbon and Organic Chemistry
Carbon
Organic Chemistry
Hydrocarbons
Hydrocarbon Derivatives
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
15. The Laboratory
Laboratory Safety Rules
Some Basic Setups
Summary of Qualitative Tests
Chapter Summary
Internet Resources
Practice Exercises
PRACTICE TESTS
Practice Subject Tests in Chemistry
Practice Test 1
Answers and Explanations for Test 1
Calculating Your Score
Diagnosing Your Needs
Practice Test 2
Answers and Explanations for Test 2
Calculating Your Score
Diagnosing Your Needs
Practice Test 3
Answers and Explanations for Test 3
Calculating Your Score
Diagnosing Your Needs
Practice Test 4
Answers and Explanations for Test 4
Calculating Your Score
Diagnosing Your Needs
APPENDIXES
Modern Periodic Table
Some Important Equations
Some Useful Tables
The Chemical Elements
Glossary

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SAT-Biology:
Part One: Orientation
1. Introduction
Point 1: Approaching the Test Strategically
Point 2: Teaching You the Biology You Need to Know for the Exam
2. The Exam Format, Question Types, and Strategies
The Format
The Question Types
Strategy 1: Study the Right Stuff in the Right Way
Strategy 2: Practice the Right Stuff at the Right Time
Strategy 3: Easy Stuff First Strategy 4: Take a Guess, but Guess Smart
Strategy 5: Choosing the “Wrong” Answer—LEAST/EXCEPT/NOT Questions
Strategy 6: I, II, III—You’re Out!
Strategy 7: Avoid the Camouflage Trap
Strategy 8: Avoid the Temptation Trap—Predict an Answer
Strategy Summary
Special Tips for Laboratory Five-Choice Questions
Part Tow: Subject Review
3. Molecules of Biology
Biologically Important Macromolecule #1: Protein
Biologically Important Macromolecule #2: Carbohydrate
Biologically Important Macromolecule #3: Lipid
Biologically Important Macromolecule #4: Nucleic Acid
4. Cell Structure
Eukaryotic Cell Structure
What Goes On in the Cytoplasm: Chemical Reactions and Enzymes
5. Cellular Respiration
Let’s Talk About Cellular Respiration
Glycolysis
The Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex (PDC)
The Krebs Cycle
Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation
What Happens If Oxygen Is Not Available?
6. Transcription and Translation
DNA Replicates Itself
Chromosomes and the Whole Organism: The Same Set in Every Cell
Chromosomes Come in Pairs: Homologous Chromosomes
How Chromosomes Govern Protein Synthesis: Transcription and Translation
Translation
How Translation Works, Part 1: tRNA
How Translation Works, Part 2: The Ribosome
7. Mitosis and Meiosis
How a Whole Cell Reproduces Itself: Mitosis
Genes, Proteins, and Chromosomes
But Where Did These Chromosomes and Their Genes COME From?
The Formation of Gametes: Meiosis
8. Cracking Genetics
Biology of Inheritance
Phenotype and Genes
Mating and Crossing: Predicting the Phenotype and Genotype of Offspring
Punnett Squares
Another Thing About Genetics and Inheritance: Sex and Sex-Linked Traits
Pedigree Analysis
9. Cracking Evolution and Diversity
The Origin o Life
Evolution
Getting Organized: Phylogeny
A Kingdom Protista
B Kingdom Plantae
C Kingdom Fungi
D Kingdom Animalia
10. Organ Systems
Control of the Body, Part 1—The Nervous System
Control of the Body, Part 2—The Endocrine System
Transport Within the Body—The Circulatory System
Blood Typing
The Heart
Ventilation and Gas Exchange—The Respiratory System
Body Processing, Part 1—The Digestive System
Body Processing, Part 2—The Urinary System
Support and Protection of the Body, Part 1—The Skeletal System
Support and Protection of the Body, Part 2—The Muscular System
Support and Protection of the Body, Part 3—The Skin
Reproduction and Development, Part 1—The Male System
Reproduction and Development, Part 2—The Female System
Reproduction and Development, Part 3—Fertilization, Embryology, and Fetal Development
11. Plants
Leaf Structure
12. Behavior
13. Microorganisms
14. Cracking Ecology
What Is a Population?
What Is a Community?
More About the Community—Who’s Who
Let’s Talk About Ecological Succession
Getting Bigger—the Ecosystem
What Goes Around, Comes Around—Nutrient Cycles
Getting Bigger Again—Biomes
Part Three: Answers to In-Chapter Questions
15. Answers to In-Chapter Questions
Part Four: The Princeton Review Practice SAT Biology E/M Subject Tests and Explanations
16. Practice SAT Biology E/M Subject Test 1
17. Practice SAT Biology E/M Subject Test 1:Answers and Explanations
18. Practice SAT Biology E/M Subject Test 2
19. Practice SAT Biology E/M Subject Test 2:Answers and Explanations
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