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Socratic Dialogue. Week 9 Level 1-2. Would you Like a Cup of Conversation?. Socratic Dialogue. In a Socratic dialogue, a group of people talk together to help everyone understand and learn more about a topic. Every one is right even if he/she has a different opinion.

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week 9 level 1 2

Socratic Dialogue

Week 9

Level 1-2

what is a socratic dialogue

Socratic Dialogue

  • In a Socratic dialogue, a group of people talk together to help everyone understand and learn more about a topic.
  • Every one is right even if he/she has a different opinion.
  • We build the knowledge of a topic from everyone’s ideas.
What is a Socratic dialogue?

What is a Socratic dialogue?

The fishbowl set-up has two circles.

1. The inner circle participants discuss the topic.

2. The outer circle observers record inner circle behaviour during the dialogue.

You observe the participants who have the same number as yours.

why do socratic dialogues

Socratic Dialogue

Why do Socratic dialogues?
  • To know more about many things
  • To share our ideas with other people
  • To hear another person’s ideas
  • To practice speaking and listening
  • To think deeply

By the end of the lesson, you will be able to:

  • Ask and answer questions
  • Speak more clearly
  • Learn rules for speaking with others
  • Think about the Socratic Dialogue

Face all the group members.

  • One member will read the questions out loud to the group.
  • Discuss the given questions and make sure that the whole group understands them.
  • Answer the questions individually and take notes.
  • Ask the teacher if you need any help.
  • Decide who will start the dialogue.

How to prepare for Socratic Dialogue

Look at the questions on the topic that you selected from the cup and prepare your answers in 10 minutes


Set-up during the Socratic Dialogue






















Consider the following:

  • Take turns talking.
  • Do not to talk when others are talking.
  • Listen to what other people are saying. You will understand the conversation, and listening is polite.
  • Respect what your classmates say, even if you do not agree with them.

Make sure everyone is heard

  • Speak for all to hear
  • Listen closely
  • Invite and allow all to speak
  • Focus on speaking with others not on the Teacher
  • Talk to each other not to the teacher
  • Speak without raising hands
  • Speak without interrupting
  • Make your dialogue a success
  • Be prepared before speaking
  • Ask questionsif you are confused
  • Think about your classmate’s ideas

Sentence starters to help you during the dialogue:

  • To build on an idea
  • I can tell you more about…
  • I think…
  • You are right, and I think…
  • That is right, and I also want to say…
  • I agree with you and I want to say
  • “As_(speaker)_ says,……..
  • To refuse an idea respectfully
  • “I understand, but…………..”
  • “That’s a good idea but……………”
  • To start a new point/ invite people to talk
  • What do you think about…..?
  • Do you think that…….?

Observer’s notes

  • Does she/he ask good questions?
  • Does she/he talk over other students?
  • Does she/he listen well to other students questions?
  • Does she/he help other students explore their ideas?
  • Does she/he only speak once or twice?
  • Does she/he keep the conversation going?


After the dialogue:*

  • What is the best point made during the dialogue?
  • What ideas do you agree with?
  • What ideas do you disagree with?
  • What is your overall evaluation of the dialogue?