Socrates didn't charge fees. That's right. And yes, education was mostly question/answer and debate -- and in the marketplace of a private dwelling, yes.
Read through this article, which is quite good. You can also use Ctrl + F and search the text for the word education or something similar to find the places where all this is discussed.
You might also use Google or whatever search engine you like to search for definitions and examples of "Socratic method." It'll be very interesting.
"and in the marketplace of a private dwelling, yes" ~~> should be "or a private dwelling"
Also be sure to keep in mind that comedies in ancient Greece were mainly satire or parody. So, yes, Socrates will be depicted differently in Aristophanes' work than in Plato's.
I am still having writers block writing an intro and conclusion, any ideas of things I can put in would be appreciated.
Have you written the paper yet? You cannot usually introduce a paper that you haven't written yet!
Follow the writing process, whether you're writing for science, history, English, or whatever:
Prewriting: Brainstorm, research, plan, outline, thesis statement
Writing: Write first draft by starting with section II of your outline; write introduction after the body of the paper is written; write the conclusion last.
Polishing: Revise, concentrating first on the body of the paper, then the intro, then the concl (revision = making sure ideas are logical and sequential and support your thesis); proofread (spelling, grammar, usage, etc.)
Do you have a thesis yet? Have you done your brainstorming (and maybe research) yet? Have you written an outline?
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I have written most of the paper. The thesis is Socrates is depicted differently in Plato's dialogue and Aristophanes' Clouds in terms of the education he provides and his beliefs.