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Transcript of Socratic Seminars
What you need
A collaborative, intellectual dialogue spurred by open-ended questions that encourage critical reading, deep thinking, and active listening skills.
Text (or film clip)
Outer circle/inner circle
Confidence in Speaking
Developing Critical Thinking
Across the Curriculum
The participants carry the burden
of responsibility for the quality
of the discussion.
It is a discussion, not a debate.
• Annotate text
Don’t raise hands
• Listen carefully
• Address one another respectfully
Socrates thought it was more important for students to think for themselves than to merely fill their heads with "right'' answers. The seminar is a method to try to understand information.
read, think, write
severely limited voice
prepared, informed, supported
teacher and student generated