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Synthesis: Socratic Seminar Notes Should Philadelphia create safe-injection sites for opioid users? Team Members Team Lens Source Info (Author, publication, date) RAVEN Notes* Argument Analysis (Claims & Evidence) SOAPSTone Notes* Personal Reflections Inter-Lens Connections Questions Raised During-Seminar Notes Participation Rubric 20- Point Participant Participant offers enough solid analysis, without prompting, to move the conversation forward Participant demonstrates familiarity and knowledge of all team’s texts Participant shows that he is actively listening to other participants Participant offers clarification and/or follow-up that extends the conversation Participant’s remarks often refer back to specific parts of his texts. 16-Point Participant Participant offers solid analysis without prompting. Participant demonstrates a good knowledge of team’s texts. Participant actively listens to others and
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Unformatted text preview: offers clarification and/or follow-up 12-Point Participant ● Participant offers some analysis, but needs prompting from the seminar leader ● Participant demonstrates a general knowledge of team’s texts ● Participant is actively listening to others, but does not offer clarification and/or follow-up to others’ comments ● Participant relies more upon his opinion, and less on team’s text to drive his comments 0-12-Point Participant ● Participant offers little commentary or needs to be prompted ● Participant’s commentary is off-topic or inaccurate, not supported by reference to team’s texts ● Participant does not listen to others, offers no commentary to further the discussion ● Participant distracts the group by interrupting other speakers or by offering off topic questions and comments ● Participant ignores the discussion and its participants...
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