SOCIOMETRY IN THE CLASSROOM:
HOW TO DO IT
Next arrange the response strips in a top down descending order from those
children who received the most nominations to those who received the least
nominations. Inotherwords, you will be placing the folded strips in a column,
one strip below the next, and this should display those children who have been
chosen the most - they should have the same names or code numbers in the
second column. Your Target Graph, Sector A, should be a good clue as to who
should be on top. These are called "sets" and do not include children who did
not receive any "first place" nominations - those occupying Sector F in the
Target Graph. There are three slips in the first set including Bud (02), John
(10) and Norris (19). The arrangement should look like FIGURE 6.
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