A teacher's guide to teaching Brave New World, full of standards-based activities designed to interest your students. Objectives for Teaching Brave New World. Hypnopaedia or sleep teaching is the state's primary tool of moral conditioning.
A book written way ahead of its time, Brave New World depicts both the advantages and disadvantages of a world in which stability is preferred to freedom. The sate decides how and what the baby will learn, rather than parents, which can connect to the twisting of family. All conditioning aims at making people like their unescapable social destiny.