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Hypothesis-Experiment Class(Kasetsu Jikken Jugyo)

Hypothesis-experiment Class book

Main HEC Classbooks

Initially, most of the HEC Classbooks were written for the physical sciences. However, in the fifty years since their inception, a wide variety of other fields have been covered by Classbooks as well. Currently, there are over 200 HEC Classbooks and drafts (HEC Classbooks which are still undergoing revision) being created, and they are continually put into practice and reviewed.

Explanatory manuals – created by members of the Association for Studies in Hypothesis–Experiment Class, with significant practical experience in the classroom management and experimental procedures of HEC Classbooks – are also available for many of the following HEC Classbooks.

Natural Scienses
Air and Water
Animals with a Spine
Batteries and Circuits
Buoyancy and Density
Combustion
Crystals
Dissolving
Electric Current
Temperature and Molecular Motion
Flowers and Fruits (seeds)
Food and Ions
Force and Motion
How Many Legs?
If You Could See an Atom
Let’s Play with a handy Generator
Let’s Play with Dry Ice
Light and Magnifying Glasses
Limestone – A Mysterious Rock
Living Things and Cells
Living Things and Species
Magnets
Microwave Ovens and Electromagnetic Wave
Moon, Sun, and Earth
Objects and their Weight
Pendulums and Oscillation
Pulleys and Work
Rainbows and Light
Seeds and Sprouting
Springs and Force
The Road to Space
The Surface of Water
The Three Phases of Matter
Torque and Centre-of-Gravity
When You Find Free Electrons

Mathematics
Figures and Angles
One and Zero
True Numbers and Fake Numbers
Space and Area
The World of Doubling and Tripling
The World of Falling Motion

Social Sciences
Flags of the World
Introduction to Japanese History
Countries of the World
Money and Society
Prohibition and Democracy

Available in English (Several other HEC Classbooks are also currently being translated.) *
Air and Water
Force and Motion (partial)
How Many Legs?
If You Could See an Atom
Let's Play with Dry Ice
Objects and their Weight
The Surface of Water

*Currently, most HEC Classbooks and related books are first being published in Japanese by Kasetu-sha (URL:http://www.kasetu.co.jp). Contact: mail@kasetu.co.jp

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