Phoenix Science Series is an outstanding line of high school textbooks, laboratory manuals, and teachers guides that provide the most recent developments in science and technology. The series is designed to meet the needs of students and teachers for a simplified yet comprehensive study of the sciences.
Level/s: High School
Integrated Science builds up science concepts introduced in grade school level with activities and exercises that make science learning fun while weaving together earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics.
Biology discusses recent studies on AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases; plant, animal, and human cloning; genetically modified organisms and food crops; and a host of modern topics and discoveries.
Chemistry focuses on new energy on teaching the basic principles of chemistry and thoroughly explores the quintessential knowledge required for future study and achievements.
Physics emphasizes the role of energy in the societal and human development and introduces technological innovations and findings that will pave the way to the future of mankind.
The Textbook complies with the Restructured Basic Education Curriculum prescribed by the Department of Education (DepEd) in 2002. The textbook highlights the following:
- Clarity of discussion that will make students appreciate the sciences more
- Chapter openers that will guide both students and teachers in the flow of lessons in every chapter
- Chapter enders to help students evaluate their own performance
- Cyber Trip that will get the readers website-hopping for related topics and discussions
The Laboratory Manual includes activities and exercises that will support classroom discussion, simulate actual processes as they happen in nature, and provide practical applications of concepts and theories learned in the classroom.
The Teachers Guide provides direction in enhancing the teaching-learning process. It contains simple and practical student-centered activities that produce effective learning.
The Syllabus for each year level presents a course road map that will direct the flow of learning. It describes how the teacher will carry out the teaching-learning process.
Integrated Science: 2003