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263 Unit 3: During the Tutorial HANDOUT 3.14i (1 of 3) 3.14: Inquiry Activities Questions for Socratic Dialogue Directions: Tutorial participants should utilize these critical thinking questions to seek clarification and probe for purpose, assumptions, information, perspectives, implications, questions, concepts and inferences during the tutorial process. Questions for Clarification t! What do you mean by…? t! What is your main point? t! How does _______ relate to ___________? t! Could you put that another way? t! What do you think is the main issue here? t! Is your basic point ______ or ______? t! Could you give me an example? t! Could you explain that further? t! Would you say more about that? t! Why do you say that? t! How does this relate to our discussion/problem/issue? t! What do you think John meant by his remark? What did you take John to mean? t! Jane, would you summarize in your own words what Richard has said? Richard, is that what you meant? Questions That Probe Purpose t! What is the purpose of ______________? t! What was your purpose when you said ______________? t! How do the purposes of these two people vary? t! How do the purposes of these two groups vary? t! What is the purpose of the main character in this story? t! How did the purpose of this character change during the story?
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