Uncovering the curriculum A science focus

Robson, Tom
May 2013
School Leadership Today;2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p70
The article focuses on the significant changes in the primary science curriculum. It suggests Key Stage 1 and 2 national curriculums for practical learning in science which recommends the steps during and after the experiment including close observation, simple tests performance by using simple equipments and recording data to help in answering questions. The National Curriculum for science reflects the importance of spoken language for students for developing their scientific vocabulary.


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