Lesson Plans: Illusions from Wind Virtual University

Maybe you can work this into a class as a filler, or as a prompt for a lesson from your syllabus.

Obviously, this came to me over Facebook.  I included the FB context because that could be a part of the discussion. You could crop that out if you wanted, but the first picture is already cropped from the full one. 

I would show students the first one and get them to talk (or write) about whatever it suggests.

half photo:


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Then show them the full picture, and get them to discuss the illusion

full photo:


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For more interesting photos from Wind Virtual University, http://facebook.com/Shahram.Design 

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One thought on “Lesson Plans: Illusions from Wind Virtual University

  1. Actually I tend to use a lot of images in my lessons – either for vocabulary or writing (or any other skill really!). One lesson my students have enjoyed doing is:1 – project an image (the stranger, the better)2 – then in teams they write a collaborative story through EdmodoI then give each team/group the responsibility of proofreading their story and in the end, add a drawing or image to their final product.

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