SOCIOMETRY IN THE CLASSROOM:
HOW TO DO IT
Chose one of the sets having the most slips! Place the slips on a large
sheet of paper with the right hand sides of the slips - the folded edges-
converging as in FIGURE 7. It does not matter how these are placed so long
as all the names/numbers are together. This is an approximate configuration
and may be shifted as other slips are added in later steps. It is usually
wise to start the pattern with the set carrying the name of the "most chosen"
girl in the center of one half of the paper and the set with the "most
chosen" boy in the center of the other half. These will probably be the
same children you have placed in Sector A of the Target Graph. Usually
all the other slips will fall in place around these two sets.
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