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Award-winning teacher Ceri Evans inspires a group of talented Year 10 students from several London schools with an active lesson about DNA.
Ceri, national winner of the 2006 Guardian award for teacher of the year in a secondary school, uses a variety of games and challenges to excite and entertain his audience of pupils.
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.
Part of the series: Ceri Evans' Masterclass