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Try getting pupils to invent their own mnemonic

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Unformatted text preview: some other sentence which you know? Try getting pupils to invent their own mnemonic. Having explained what is required, possibly by using an example, get them to write their own before the next lesson. Then have them read their efforts out in turn. (There can be quite a lot of merriment in this.) Also, you can get them to ask their parents what mnemonics, if any, they learnt at school, possibly in other subjects - the order of the planets seems to be a favourite for this. © Frank Tapson 2004 [trolPT:3] List of Contents The TESTS which are listed, together with answers to all the problems, are not contained in this unit but are provided separately. See the note on Tests and Answers about this. Graphical means that the relevant triangle is drawn with all information written against the appropriate edges or angles, and a ? indicates what is to be found. Problems means that the exercises are stated in words and related to a ‘real’ problem. This usually means the relevant triangle has to be pic...
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