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Ceri Evans' Masterclass: DNA

In this video, produced by Teachers TV, award-winning teacher Ceri Evans inspires a group of talented Year Ten students from several London schools with an active lesson about DNA. It looks at the base pairs in DNA and how the DNA sequence is translated into the amino acid sequence of a protein.

Ceri uses a variety of games and challenges to excite and entertain his audience of students. The lesson provides science teachers with some concrete and accessible ways to teach the topic of DNA, one of the most complicated and abstract ideas in science.

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