This activity is a Socratic Seminar - on a much smaller scale - with an audience watching! The handout provides you with the rubric and 10 discussion topics specific to Flowers for Algernon. This activity can easily be used to summatively assess a number of the SL (speaking and listening) standards at once.
Once students have finished reading Flowers for Algernon - provide them with your Fishbowl questions in advance (usually 2-3 days before your Fishbowl). Tell students that all you can promise them is that on the day of the Fishbowl, they will have to answer one of your questions (so they would be wise to prepare for all just in case).
On the day of the Fishbowl, place 5-7 chairs at the front of the room (depending upon the size of your classes and small groupings you desire. Place 5-7 students randomly in the seats. Select one student from the small group to draw a number (which refers to one of your questions). That small group of students will have a 5 minute round (Socratic Seminar) on their drawn question - the rest of the class watches as an audience. Remove that question number so that it cannot be drawn again.
When the round is over, send that group of students back to their seats, and fill the chairs with new students for another round - repeat procedure. Continue rounds until every student has had one turn. It may take 2 days to accomplish this if you teach large classes. Use the rubric provided to score students during each round on their ideas/content, participation, and listening skills.