Romeo And Juliet Socratic Seminar Examples

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In this Socratic seminar, many fascinating and engaging topics were discussed, however the group struggled in coming up with conclusions. However one of the most distinguished ideas that were discussed in this seminar was how intentions predict outcomes. The group seemed to all agree that intentions do not predict outcomes, however there can be exceptions. The group continued on expressing their feeling on the topic by pointing out evidence from the books. One example that heated up the debate was how Gorge had intentions of being unique and working up a steak to start his own farm with Lennie however, it did not come to be. Another example, which supported the first statement was when Romeo attempts to stop the fight with Tibolt and Mercutio. Eventually, they went in dept and discussed how society effects outcomes, however they did not come up with a conclusion.…show more content…
To fix this problem I manged to piece together some evidence to finalize unfinished conclusions. Deep into the decision Katrina made a statement in which overall suggested that intentions do not predict outcomes. To support her evidence she referred to the scene in Romeo and Juliet in which Romeo got in between the fight of Mercutio and Tibolt and intending to stop the fight, Romeo gave Tibolt a free opening in stabbing Mercutio resulting in his death. Not only did I agree to the evidence Katrina states but I also related it to George’s intentions with Lennie in the Farm. Not only was George not expecting Candy in joining the purchasing of the farm, but Gorge killing Lennie for what he had done to Curley 's wife was an outcome to never be intended. Overall both evidence constructs the idea that intentions do not predict outcomes because Romeo’s and George’s outcomes came no were near their expectations. Furthermore, Samone expressed an idea in which heated up a conversation on how
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