Coordinated Study

Study Circle Notes

Passage (page and paragraph)

Point to the exact page and paragraph so everyone can read along.

What does it mean?

Explain or interpret the passage in your own words.

Why is it important?

Why did you choose this passage?




























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Create 3 open-ended questions about your text. Remember, an open-ended questions gets people talking. It cannot be answered with “yes”, “no” or single word answers. You do not need to know the answer! Write down something you’re wondering about or struggling with or something you think is provocative. These questions should get your group talking.










Connect something you read to a personal experience

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