PROVOKER: Your job is to develop a list of questions that your group might want to discuss about this part of the book. Don’t worry about the small details; your task is to help people talk over the big ideas in the reading and share their reactions. Usually the best discussion questions come from your own thoughts, feelings, and concerns as you read. You can list them below during or after your reading. You may also use some of the general questions below to develop topics for your group.

Sample Questions

  • What was going through your mind while you read this?
  • How did you feel while reading this part of the book?
  • What was discussed in this section of the book?
  • Can someone summarize briefly?
  • Did today’s reading remind you of any real-life experiences?
  • What questions did you have when you finished this section?
  • Did anything in this section of the book surprise you?
  • What are the one or two most important ideas?
  • What are some things you think will be talked about next?

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