We might get used to great book talks, but I do not know if it is the best thing for us. I am in charge of conducting the upcoming book talk during wednesday. I've had and idea of conducting a classic and monotonous book talk, comparing it to the ones my peers did and start valuing more our work.
Our motivation to explore our thoughts after reading the book should come intrinsically, we shouldn't wait until class to hear what others thought, because it will never be the same than what you could have though.
By conducting a boring book talk without analysis, I am trying to pursue people on reflecting on their own time, to gain interest in this activity because I do think we are doing great work discussing the book. It is a great time to do so because actually all of us are engaged, but would it be convenient to do this classic book talk that doesn't lead to any thoughts, or should I continue with the beautiful work?