Daily Lessons for Teaching My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies

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Lesson 1 (from Chapter 1, Tell Me What You Are Thinking About, He Said)

Objective

Chapter 1, Tell Me What You Are Thinking About, He Said

The author wrote this book in order to explore women's sexuality and especially the fantasies that they have. This lesson will focus on the reasons why the author wrote this book.

Lesson

1. Class discussion: The author claims to have written this book in order for her to further understand her own sexuality. Do you predict that the author obtained the information she wanted? What type of research do you think would be involved in this sort of study?

2. Individual assignment: Write an article from the perspective of somebody who is just found out that this study was going on. Explain the possible benefits or detriments to this study in the article, and clearly state the author's purpose in conducting this experiment.

3. Journal entry: Have you ever conducted an experiment with the purpose of comparing it to...

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