Frankenstein and Pride & Prejudice Socratic Seminar Representation This Socratic Seminar made me agree far more with Socrates’ beliefs: that extended conversation and constant questioning aid the most significant learning experience. It helped me understand the new much more than I had before because I managed to get to hear regarding the book from the point of view of others and just how they interpreted the story and discussed what they thought had been the positive and negative areas of Frankenstein.
I recently found that many other folks interpreted some meanings with the novel just as that I did.
Overall, the seminar travelled very well in both organizations, but there were some adverse aspects in both workshops. In the Take great pride in & Prejudice seminar, not one of the members proposed any kind of questions in answer to an previously given problem (a rebuttal question). This was not the case in the Frankenstein group, which is very good.
However , although we do ask rebuttal questions, each of our group did not use quotes for support and each of our discussion was more of a modern day conversation between people with a whole lot of tallying and disagreeing, but not any evidence pertaining to backup. In my opinion that there was only one one who used quotations and offered them to back up his/her point, who was Shiny Kane (I hope you didn’t wish us to specify titles, at least it’s not a bad comment). The Satisfaction and Misjudgment group performed fulfill the utilization of quotations, which usually evened the actual differences between seminars.
There was also many great items brought up inside our discussion of Frankenstein, which almost everybody agreed with such as the way you appointed Victor Frankenstein because the list of the novel and not the physical list that this individual has created. I would personally not have contemplated many of the points with more deeply meanings that had been discussed in the seminar by myself. Not only was the seminar alone what helped me to further be familiar with story, but also the pre-seminar responsibilities (question replies and formation).
Each question coincidentally said something that I had formed thought about at least one time during the examining, and the essential quotations helped remind me of when and where I had experienced the question although reading it. The post-seminar paper (this thing) is helping me because it makes me bear in mind what we talked about during the seminar and how it was effective to understanding the story. Being told of how successful the workshop actually was, will make me personally believe more in the philosophy of Socrates, as well as wish to accomplish more workshops for different books in the future.