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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.
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