Socratic Seminar Question Using "Y U No" Meme Activity for ANY Content Area! Use this activity for a bell ringer, exit slip, and even a back-to-school icebreaker. It can be used several times throughout the year.
You can use this activity alone or as an addition to my original presentation Meme Activity for Icebreaker or Anytime in Literature, History, Careers, Sociology Classes
This download includes a different activity than my other memes; it is centered around the Socratic seminar or Socratic questioning strategy (one that your students will LOVE). Also included is a new template using the popular "Y U No" memes; and, as always, you can share the student copies electronically for a paperless activity, or make copies of the PDF for a traditional handout.
This activity is perfect for practicing critical thinking, allowing your students to question and challenge the content of any unit, text, argument, novel, etc. It seems simple, but that is the point: the students come up with the questions for engaging and thought-provoking discussions. Plus, they will not complain about this activity; in fact, they won't even realize they are practicing essential critical-thinking skills.
The digital download has a teacher PDF copy with directions and examples; a template in Microsoft Word that can be shared/posted online for your students; there is also a link for an optional interactive online activity. I also included a PDF copy of the student template.
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Back-to-School Resources for Teachers
Created by Tracee Orman
Mrs. Orman's Classroom