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You:
 Read, pose questions, respond, support with text

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Your group:
 Read, pose questions, respond, support with t...
http://blogs.stjohns.k12.fl.us/hs/mrv-students/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Per1SSb.jpg
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a method of exploring text through
questioning and discussion
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to explore the depths of the text
to explore the innumerable understandings
that can be taken from it.
NOT just t...
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Everyone participates as questioner and as
respondent at some point.

http://www.shakopee.k12.mn.us/cms/lib07/MN0190922...
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Your responses must be based in the book.
Be prepared to cite passages to support
yourself. Use your Topic Trackers she...
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The session is a conversation, not a debate.
Be respectful. Learn to respect everyone’s
opinions, and make certain...
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Pose follow-up questions.
Challenge each other to think deeper.
Think “why.” Every topic can be explored
more deepl...
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Be prepared. See handout.
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Night socratic seminar

  1. 1.  You:  Read, pose questions, respond, support with text  Your group:  Read, pose questions, respond, support with text  The class:  Listen, take notes, evaluate discussion  Mrs. Mundy  Listen, take notes, evaluate discussion, facilitate when necessary
  2. 2. http://blogs.stjohns.k12.fl.us/hs/mrv-students/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Per1SSb.jpg
  3. 3.  a method of exploring text through questioning and discussion
  4. 4.     to explore the depths of the text to explore the innumerable understandings that can be taken from it. NOT just to figure out what happened The beauty of Socratic Seminar is the increased understanding, and that if supported by the text, no one can ever be truly wrong.
  5. 5.  Everyone participates as questioner and as respondent at some point. http://www.shakopee.k12.mn.us/cms/lib07/MN01909221/Centricity/Domain/163/Photo%204.jpg
  6. 6.  Your responses must be based in the book. Be prepared to cite passages to support yourself. Use your Topic Trackers sheet!
  7. 7.    The session is a conversation, not a debate. Be respectful. Learn to respect everyone’s opinions, and make certain that your beliefs and objections are supported with text. Only one person may speak at a time. Wait until there is an opportunity, and then speak out.
  8. 8.    Pose follow-up questions. Challenge each other to think deeper. Think “why.” Every topic can be explored more deeply. Don’t be too brief in your responses. Follow up questions with more questions, and if you can’t think of anything, ask “why?”
  9. 9.  Be prepared. See handout.

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