Good discussion questions for book clubs
Here are a few questions for study and discussion. These questions are designed to make you think about the book(s). How. Why. Was the presence of the author disruptive. Would you want to meet any of the characters. Did you like them. Are the main characters dynamic—changing or maturing by the end of the book. These pages include questions on the most popular book club picks. They are ready to print and designed to spark lively conversations. The books are listed alphabetically by title.
So what are we to do. Well, BB to the rescue. We have come up with a list of general discussion questions that we feel can be applied to any book and generate some good discussions.Download the PDFGeneral Discussion Questions for ANY book:Story:1. What is the significance of the title. Would you have given the book a different title. What were the themes of the book. Do you feel they were adequately explored. What scene was the most pivotal for the book.
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Horning at the University of Wisconsin. IcebreakersStart each meeting with an icebreaker. This will assist you in getting to know other group members, and help them to feel more comfortable. Chose an icebreaker that relates to the book you are reading that month. BusinessOnce your group is established, you will find you have more and more business items to talk about. You may start gathering particular books for members whose reading tastes you have grown to know.