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Using the Reflective Discussion Method in High School Classrooms. Steve Gruber Cedarville University. What Is Reflective Discussion?. Reflective discussions encourage students to think and talk about what they have observed, heard, or read.

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using the reflective discussion method in high school classrooms

Using the Reflective Discussion Method in High School Classrooms

Steve Gruber

Cedarville University

what is reflective discussion
What Is Reflective Discussion?
  • Reflective discussions encourage students to think and talk about what they have observed, heard, or read.
  • The teacher or students initiates the discussion by asking a question that requires students to reflect upon and interpret films, experiences, read or record stories, or illustrations.
  • The questions posed should encourage students to relate story content to life experiences and to other stories.
what is its purpose
What Is Its Purpose?
  • To use questions to stimulate reflection and extend comprehension
  • To challenge students’ thinking by inviting them to interpret, infer, summarize, form conclusions and evaluate selections
  • To extend personal responses by considering the views of others
  • To share personal thoughts, feelings and images evoked in literature selections, films, illustrations and experiences
how do i do it
How Do I Do It?
  • Pose a question to initiate discussion.
  • This question should be an inferential or open-ended question to which there is no single correct answer.
  • This question should require students to make an inference, assumption, or to interpret what they have observed, heard, or read.
  • Discussions should encourage students to relate events and characters to other selections and to life experiences.