SOCIOMETRY IN THE CLASSROOM:
HOW TO DO IT
Following the plan of finding the person chosen by the last in line, the
hunt starts for the slip with Norris' (19) name on the left. Since no slip
of this nature can be found in the column or in the sets, it means that
this slip must already be charted. Examination of the layout shows this
to be true (FIGURE 9): Norris chose Justin). The two "Norris'" must converge,
so readjustment is necessary. Slips for Bud (2) and Norris (19) are reversed
in position, and the Sol/Norris slip is moved to reach the Norris/Justin
slip as in FIGURE 10.
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