Daily Lessons for Teaching Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain

David Eagleman
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Lesson 1 (from Chapter 1 There's Someone In My Head, But It's Not Me)

Objective

David Eagleman. David Eagleman is the author of "Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain".

The objective of this book is to learn about David Eagleman.

Lesson

1. Homework. Students will research David Eagleman and write a paper on his life especially as it relates to this book, but including other aspects of his life.

2. Class discussion. How did David Eagleman's childhood and family affect him? What about his life made him the person he was as an adult? Why did David Eagleman write this book?

3. Group work. In small groups students will consider the following question. What would be the influence of David Eagleman's views on life in the culture in which this book was introduced? How did did David Eagleman cope with the reactions to this book? What was his agenda for this book?

4. Class work. In class, students will write a brief essay discussing...

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