Socratic Seminars are an effective strategy in the high school classroom for discussions, but sometimes students end up not joining the conversation even though they have something to say. This allows students to reflect on their performance and prove they were listening even if they didn't jump into the discussion.
This Post Seminar Reflection has four parts: rating his or her own participation, listening, speaking and getting a word in edge wise. The Listening section give students an opportunity to show they were listening to their classmates. The Speaking sections allows them to highlight something significant that they added to the conversation. Getting a Word in Edge Wise is a place where students can show how they would have responded to another student's specific idea.
I especially like this reflection for my more reserved/shy/introverted students as it gives them an opportunity to show that even though they chose not to speak, they were listening to and processing the discussion.