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Students will often be expected to draw on their maths skills when studying KS4 science, but is there more that science teachers can be doing to fully address this, instead of just teaching such skills alongside the main subject content?
In this lesson plan (suitable for use as an independent lesson or sequence of sessions) Dr Joanna Rhodes outlines a way for teachers firmly link science with the five areas of mathematics addressed in the latest program of study for KS science: arithmetic and numerical computation; handling data; algebra; graphs and geometry; and trigonometry.
Get 8 KS3/4 maths lessons with expert teaching techniques
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