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What are the 5 types of questions?

Here are the six types of questions that Socrates asked his pupils….Probing rationale, reasons and evidence

The Socratic teaching method relies on asking questions to help students learn. It has been proven to be more effective than telling student the correct answer [1]. … In addition, the teacher gets instant feedback about how well the material is understood by each and all students.

Q. What is an example of the Socratic method?

Example of the Socratic Method The teacher might ask you how you define love between two people. You might answer something like this: ‘Love is a combination of feelings you have and actions you take to demonstrate your appreciation that another person exists. ‘

Q. What are the 6 types of questions?

Asking Questions: Six Types

  • “Who, what, when, where, how …?”
  • “Describe …”

Q. What questions did Socrates ask?

  • Why is that happening?
  • How do you know this?
  • Show me … ?
  • Can you give me an example of that?
  • What do you think causes … ?
  • What is the nature of this?
  • Are these reasons good enough?
  • Would it stand up in court?

Below are some widely used types of questions with sample examples of these question types:

  • The Dichotomous Question. …
  • Multiple Choice Questions. …
  • Rank Order Scaling Question. …
  • Text Slider Question. …
  • Likert Scale Question. …
  • Semantic Differential Scale. …
  • Stapel Scale Question. …
  • Constant Sum Question.

Q. What was Socrates nickname?

Gadfly

Q. What are the two charges that Socrates was found guilty of?

The trial of Socrates (399 BC) was held to determine the philosopher’s guilt of two charges: asebeia (impiety) against the pantheon of Athens, and corruption of the youth of the city-state; the accusers cited two impious acts by Socrates: “failing to acknowledge the gods that the city acknowledges” and “introducing new …

Q. What was Socrates charged for in the apology?

Plato’s The Apology is an account of the speech Socrates makes at the trial in which he is charged with not recognizing the gods recognized by the state, inventing new deities, and corrupting the youth of Athens.

Q. What challenges did Socrates offer to the jury?

Socrates says he is an honest man. What is his challenge to the jury? to not create a disturbance based on the account that Socrates will use improper language for the court room. Identify the earlier accusers and the later accusers.

Q. What three groups does Socrates test in the apology?

2) This motivates Socrates to test the oracle by seeking to find someone wiser than himself. Were he to succeed, the oracle would be refuted. (a) Tests three groups: Politicians, Poets, Craftsmen.

Q. Was Socrates trying to get himself acquitted?

Was Socrates trying to get himself acquitted? … Getting acquitted is completely immaterial to him. The only thing of importance is the truth. Rather than provide arguments in his defense, Socrates insists solely on speaking the truth, which he feels should be sufficient to acquit him if only the jury were just.

Q. Why is Socrates not afraid of death?

Socrates ultimately does not fear death because of his innocence, he believes that death is not feared because it may be one of the greatest blessings of the soul. … Socrates makes the argument that one should not fear death because only the gods know what is beyond death,because death could be a blessing.

Q. What is Socrates argument that death is a good?

Socrates insisted that for a moral person, death was a good thing and should be welcomed. Suicide was wrong, he added, because men and women are the property of the immortal gods, and as such should not be harmed intentionally because this was an attack on the property of others.

Q. What does Socrates fear more than death?

Putting an innocent man to death is far worse, and thus far more to be feared, than dying oneself, according to Socrates, and so really it is the jury, and not Socrates himself, that is in grave danger. In doing what he does, Socrates claims he is doing Athens a great favor, and he will not be easy to replace.

Q. Does Socrates fear death?

‘ While his defence in the Apology was already audacious, Socrates‘ closing speech appears even more provocative. Among other things, he declares that he has no reason to fear death, but that, on the contrary, the death penalty he received only moments before may well be considered a blessing.

Q. What did Socrates mean when he refer himself to a gadfly?

When Socrates refers to himself as a gadfly during his trial, he means that he is like an examiner of things. He said that “he was given to the state by the god.”(Socrates, The Apology) He means by this that he was put here to ask questions to examine life and its surroundings.

Q. What does Socrates do when he is found guilty and sentenced to death?

He was found guilty of “impiety” and “corrupting the young”, sentenced to death, and then required to carry out his own execution by consuming a deadly potion of the poisonous plant hemlock. Politicians and historians have often used the trial to show how democracy can go rotten by descending into mob rule.

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