Although this section on units is not a discrete module and will be used across teaching of different ideas in the specification, this collection can be used to give ideas on how to explicitly address issues students may have and basics they need to understand. It includes looking at the SI units which will have been covered in part at GCSE, with the mole, kilogram, second and metre being familiar but temperature in kelvin and luminous intensity in candela perhaps being not as well understood. 

The mathematics skills collections on the main T level resource page will also be of use in teaching this area and help with understanding how maths specialists may approach it.  

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