The advice and guidance document on personal mathematics will give practitioners support in developing relevant learning experiences for learners covering this National 2 Mathematics unit.
The advice and guidance on optional units is intended to provide support for practitioners in developing cross-curricular projects.
The three suggested projects may give practitioners support in developing relevant learning experiences for learners covering Measure, Money and Time at National 2 level, using an integrated, cross-curricular approach. Learners will apply skills and understanding in planning and completing an enterprise project in a realistic context.
Curriculum area / Subject
- Number and Number Processes (National 2 Lifeskills Mathematics)
Level / Stage
- National 2
Date20 June 2012
StatusCurrently In Use
TypeNQ Support Materials
Advice to Users
Users should check that documents conform with current SQA Arrangements.
- Word file: Mathematics: Number and Number Processes - Advice and Guidance for Practitioners (224 KB)
- Word file: Mathematics: Optional units - Advice and Guidance for Practitioners (402 KB)
- Word file: Mathematics: Personal mathematics - Suggestions for interpreting everyday tables and charts (52 KB)
- Word file: Mathematics: Personal mathematics - Advice and Guidance for Practitioners (300 KB)
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