Availability: In stock
- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):Helen Harden
- Available from: November 2018
This edition of our successful series to support the Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry syllabus (0620) is fully updated for the revised syllabus from first examination from 2016.
Availability: In stock
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Mathematics is an integral part of scientific study, and one that students often find a barrier to progression in science. Students can find it difficult to apply maths knowledge to science scenarios, even if they have encountered the maths concept previously. The Maths Skills for Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry write-in workbook allows students to practise their maths skills in science contexts. This resource has been written in collaboration with the Association for Science Education (ASE), based on research carried out with the Nuffield Foundation. The accompanying teacher’s guide provides support for teachers to teach mathematical concepts in science lessons.
Provides maths support specifically tailored to the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus.
Written in collaboration with the Association for Science Education (ASE), based on research carried out by the Nuffield Foundation and the ASE.
Includes worked examples and practice exercises to offer an approach that gradually increases in difficulty and allows students to engage actively in the content.
Workbook answers are available from our supporting website (cambridge.org/9781108728133)
Tailored teacher support is provided in the teacher support document.
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