Everything you need for a successful and structured Socratic Seminar using the Fishbowl variation!
Provide students with historical context for racial tensions necessitating the Civil Rights Movement. Students are naturally interested in issues of race and this will pique their interest and provide a structured venue for a valuable discussion.
Use as a Socratic Seminar or to introduce a novel with race relation issues such as To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. The Rosewood Massacre is widely credited as one of the events to inspire Harper Lee.
Teacher instructions on how to implement and moderate a Fishbowl-Style Socratic Seminar are included!
This packet includes:
*A three page historical synopsis of The Rosewood Massacre called, “Remembering Rosewood,” provided by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
*Twelve discussion questions
*Instructions for a Fishbowl Discussion (a Socratic Seminar variation)
*Fishbowl Discussion instructions
*Fishbowl Discussion student evaluation form
*Post discussion student reflection
This is an excellent resource for Socratic Seminars and AVID courses!
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