Lens #11: Seminar Group Discussion Questions


LENS #11: SEMINAR DISCUSSION ON PERSEPOLIS https://pln.mulgrave.com/multiplelenses/2017/10/11/lens-12-discussion/
In your assigned groups, take responsibility for ONE discussion prompt from PART 2 that you will facilitate in a brief seminar discussion on Monday.HERE’S YOUR TASK:
In your assigned seminar groups listed below, you will address one Persepolis Discussion Prompts from PART 2 to present and facilitate discussion on in class. Consider the prompt as a starting point for exploration around a big idea or concept relevant to the text, which you must construct out of your lenses explorations and group review together. You can change the question or phrasing and develop your own sub-prompts to lead the class in a critical discussion on issues related to the prompt and text. Each group has up to 10 minutes (depending on your teacher’s preference) to develop the prompt and get peers engaged in deeper, meaningful discussions or debate; your group should encourage a range of perspectives, interpretations and evidence. Your goal is to get your peers engage in deeper engagement and analysis surrounding the text.

Be sure to record your discussion notes in your ML Exploration Journals.

See Persepolis Seminar Discussion Prompts: CHOOSE ONE FROM PART 2 htps://docs.google.com/document/d/1yQ8VSMGQ6Q09Un8oi2R1ZhvZHPh2rmndpITh9ELkZaA/editt

**You cannot choose the same prompt as another group so you are left with the task as well of working it out with each other so there’s no duplication allowedKEY COMMAND TERM: DISCUSSION

offer a considered and balanced review that includes a range of arguments, factors or hypotheses. Opinions or conclusions should be presented clearly and supported by appropriate evidence.

This is formative and due by Monday’s class.

Be sure to record your discussion notes in your ML Exploration Journals

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