Intel Socratic Seminar Guidelines and Rubric.pdf - Section 4: Responding to Halloween Traditions: A Whole-Class Discussion

 
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Trick or Treat: Developing Cultural Literacy Through Analysis & Discussion

Unit 18: Cultural Literacy: Holiday Insights and American Traditions
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT draw inferences from an in-class reading on "Halloween" in order to propel conversation, engage and incorporate others, and clarify and challenge ideas by participating in a Socratic Seminar.

Big Idea: What trick or treat traditions do we celebrate? What creative costumes do we wear? Why do we celebrate the Halloween holiday?

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