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Should students be allowed to choose their own seats in school?

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  • Yes indeed they should.

    Contrary to popular belief, students choosing their own seat can help them focus. Many students feel more comfortable around their friends and won't be scared to participate in group activities knowing that their friends won't judge them if they get something wrong. Additionally friends are more helpful to each other then strangers because they feel more comfortable with helping some one they know which can enhance grades.

  • No, for stable class shape.

    With the amount from 40 - 60 per/ class, students should fix their seat for teacher controlling, help them easier identify name, quantity of students in class. Of course, student freedom when choosing their seat at first and they must take responsibility for their choices - first lesson starting course.


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