Nov. 9/10: Formative Shared inquiry: socratic discussion on "knowledge as power"-- The Enlightenment
Today, you will participate in your second formative Shared Inquiry. We will use a "Fishbowl" Socratic Discussion Format.
You will participate in a group of 6-7 students.
When you are not participating in the discussion, you will be actively evaluating and giving feedback --either directly for a student or indirectly by observing and reporting on group behavior (using a Google Survey).
Here are helpful links for today's Formative Socratic Discussion:
HW: Read Textbook Ch. 23 "The French Revolution and Napoleon" and take notes; Due Friday, Nov. 11 (A Blocks); or Monday, Nov. 14 (B Blocks)
As you read through Chapter 23 (pages 648-675) on the French Revolution, take notes that help you answer the following questions:
SUMMARY: Your notes should contain a summary for each question--this summary is your answer to the question. This is your analysis and interpretation based on the evidence from your reading/research and the notes.
SOURCE: Be sure to record the source of your notes. It is the textbook: World History: Patterns of Interaction, pages 648-675)
QUESTIONS: You should list a few additional questions you have about the French Revolution. You will use these questions to frame a discussion in class on Friday (A Blocks) or Monday (B Blocks)
Mrs. Stewart's Course
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