Learning Eye Physiology through Optical Illusions!

Unit 8: Senses, Perception and Movement
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will apply observations from optical illusion activities to infer physiology of specific eye parts.

Big Idea: The different parts of the eye can cause the optical illusions that highlight their functions.

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