Our brains may misrepresent features that make some faces look more alike than they actually are. Learners watch a video lesson that breaks down how the brain reads facial features and how those features themselves are not as important as the location of the features on the face.
- Have pupils use the Google App referenced in the video to find their art look-alike
- Construct a lab investigation where scholars measure the symmetry of their face and compare with classmates
- Think about monitoring the YouTube comments if making the video available for independent viewing
- Uses real-life people as examples
- Emphasizes brain function and anatomy to explain the concept