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Fishbowl Discussion Questions

Be ready to discuss any of the following questions.

  1. Describe an important event from one of the short stories and tell why it is important.
  2. If you could give the protagonist in one of the short stories some advice, what would it be and why.
  3. Discuss a funny moment found in one of the short stories.
  4. What are the points of view that your three short stories are written in? How do you know?
  5. If you were in the story, what would your relationship be with the protagonist?
  6. List three facts about one of the short stories that you read along with your opinion on these facts.
  7. If you could ask the protagonist in one of the short stories a question, what would it be?
  8. Think about one your short stories, then finish this sentence in three different ways: “I wonder…”
  9. Think of new titles for your short stories. What would they be?
  10. What is the main conflict in one of your short stories that the protagonist must face?
  11. Name at least one important relationship for each of your three short stories.
  12. Think about a subordinate character from one of your short stories. How would the story be different if that character were not a part of the story?
  13. What character from the three stories is your favorite? Why?
  14. What character from the three stories is your least favorite? Why?
  15. Which of the characters in the short stories do you identify with the most? Why?
  16. Did you absolutely hate one of the stories? Why?
  17. Did you absolutely love one of the stories? Why?

Fishbowl Discussion Questions

Be ready to discuss any of the following questions.

  1. Describe an important event from one of the short stories and tell why it is important.
  2. If you could give the protagonist in one of the short stories some advice, what would it be and why.
  3. Discuss a funny moment found in one of the short stories.
  4. What are the points of view that your three short stories are written in? How do you know?
  5. If you were in the story, what would your relationship be with the protagonist?
  6. List three facts about one of the short stories that you read along with your opinion on these facts.
  7. If you could ask the protagonist in one of the short stories a question, what would it be?
  8. Think about one your short stories, then finish this sentence in three different ways: “I wonder…”
  9. Think of new titles for your short stories. What would they be?
  10. What is the main conflict in one of your short stories that the protagonist must face?
  11. Name at least one important relationship for each of your three short stories.
  12. Think about a subordinate character from one of your short stories. How would the story be different if that character were not a part of the story?
  13. What character from the three stories is your favorite? Why?
  14. What character from the three stories is your least favorite? Why?
  15. Which of the characters in the short stories do you identify with the most? Why?
  16. Did you absolutely hate one of the stories? Why?
  17. Did you absolutely love one of the stories? Why?