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Advancing Numeracy in Science

How scientists use numbers every day

Advancing Numeracy in Science makes the link between these two key curriculum areas explicit. It outlines basic numeracy principles as they apply to real scientific examples, assuming that students have little prior knowledge of them. The differentiated activities cover the four major areas of science with many relating to practical experimental work or real-world applications of scientific principles, clearly demonstrating why learning numeracy will help students in their everyday lives, as well as in their scientific studies.

Categories: Science
Ages: 11-13 | Pages: 59 | Code: 51016 | ISBN: 9781776554058

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Julia Burton

Through her study at Otago University,New Zealand, Julia Burton gained a BSc with a major in chemistry and a BA with a major in English. She then gained her Postgraduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary) from Teachers’ College at Victoria University. She taught science and chemistry at Upper Hutt College and is now taking a break to look after her children.

Contents

Introduction4
Biology5
How fast do microbes grow?5
How fast do plants grow?7
Microscopic magnifications11
Mix and match with genotypes and phenotypes13
Chemistry15
Get your head around atomic number and ions15
Creating compounds17
A balancing act with chemical equations21
Race around with chemical equations23
Will it melt?27
Elemental, my dear Watson29
Earth science30
How big are earthquakes really?30
It's a great big universe32
All the time in the world34
Out of sight, out of mind36
Physics38
Make an educated guess38
Who's the fastest?40
Figuring out formulae42
A solution in seven steps43
Drawing the force45
The damage of detonation47
Teacher notes and selected answers49