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Socratic Session II
Transcript of Socratic Session II
Preparing for the Seminar
Starting the Socratic Process
"Before Socratic Seminar"
Marking the Text
What is it?
How do I use it?
When should I use it?
Why should I use it?
By the end of today, you will be able to use questioning and promote critical thinking to facilitate the Seminar.
Text & Lessons for Teaching Literature
Guidelines for Developing Questions
Bloom's & Costa's Levels of Questioning
Examine the text closely, identify
key ideas, issues, and values:
What puzzles me is...
I'd like to talk to other people about...
I'm confused about...
This is similar to what I know about...
The big idea(s) seem to be ...
I have a question about...
One way to use this idea might be...
Another point of view is... it means...
A Good Opening Question
Arises from genuine curiosity on the part of the leader;
Has no single or "right" answer;
Is framed to generate discussion leading to greater understanding of the ideas in the text;
Can best be answered by referencing the text
Opening, Core, & Closing Questions
Seminar "Cheat Sheet"
Before the Seminar
Socratic Seminar Preparation Worksheet
Question Template Groups
For Next Time
How did it go in your classroom?
We will be conducting a Seminar, you will need to annotate the two texts to prepare for the Seminar.