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All Summer in a Day Socratic Circle

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Transcript of All Summer in a Day Socratic Circle

All Summer in a Day
Socratic Circle
Writing Questions
Socratic Circle
Hour 7
Directions
Directions: Write 4 questions about
the text "All Summer in a Day".
Deep Thinkers
Deep Thinkers
Lingering Questions
Directions
Create your own
questions
Directions
Partner Discussion
With your partner, discuss your answers to the guiding questions for "All Summer in a Day". Share both your textual and personal examples.
With your partner, discuss your answers to the
reasoning questions. Remember! Refer to the text!
In order for the Socratic Seminar to work, everyone must come prepared with their own thoughts and questions.
Do you have a lingering questions about the text?

For instance, is there something you really didn't
understand or want more clarification on?

Try writing a question that starts with...
I'd like clarification on...
I didn't understand...
Does anybody know...
What do you think about...
Can someone explain...
I wonder...
Deep questions usually start with 'why' or 'how'.

These questions are "open-ended" questions.

Open-ended questions don't necessarily have a right or a wrong answer. They help keep discussion going!
Try writing a deep question using one these writing prompts...
What are some other ways …
What if you …
Can you imagine …
If … , then …
How might …
Why...
How...
Remember, you can ask clarifying questions...
I'd like clarification on...
I didn't understand...
Does anybody know...
What do you think about...
Can someone explain...
I wonder...

Or deep, open-ended questions...
What are some other ways …
What if you …
Can you imagine …
If … , then …
How might …
Why...
How...
Inside circle, you will discuss first.
Outside circle will take notes on the feedback form and observe.
4 questions!
Outside Circle
You need out your text, questions, and prep. worksheet.
Look over the feedback form.
Put your binders at the front of the room or off to the side!
Expectations
Only one person talks at a time.
Listen attentively and be respectful.
This means answering another person's question before making your own comment or asking a question. No popcorning!
Participate
No hand raising.
Use your text.
Remember: This only works when you hold yourself accountable to the expectations!
Conversation starter
“What should young people do with their lives today? Many things, obviously. But the most daring thing is to create stable communities in which the terrible disease of loneliness can be cured.”
Kurt Vonnegut
How does this quote relate (or not) to "All Summer in a Day"?
OTB
1. Get out "All Summer in a Day" and the purple sheet.
2. Free read until class begins.
First, share the questions you asked.
Then, choose one question to ask your partner. See what
they think and discuss!
Finish your reasoning questions.
First, share your reaction to the story. What did you think?
Finish your reasoning questions. Free read when you are finished.
Outside circle
Damien
Shero
Luke
Kaden
Gordon
Asa
Sam R.

Nabila
Insha
Maddie
Taylor
Mim
Chloe M.
Valleria

Inside circle
Harrison
Wade
Cooper
Kevin
Haider
Wilmer
Parker
Yazhini
Chloe P.
Alisha
Leah
Anne
Reiss
Please sit boy-girl!
Hour 8
You need out your text, questions, and prep. worksheet.
Look over the feedback form.
Put your binders at the front of the room or off to the side!
Outside circle
Katherine
Juliette
Nica
Emma
Julianna
Sabrina
Madison

Veda
Zach
Sam B
Tyler
charlie
Dante
Kyle

Inside circle
Kate
Leyla
Kamryn
Laibah
Paige
Rachel
Sophie
Cameron
Connor
Wagner
Luis
Chase
Paul
Sam G.
Please sit boy-girl!
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