Classroom Seating Chart: Broken Line

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This section is for class sizes of 22-23 students. While all the photos show options for 22 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of the groups, if needed.

Two straight lines are shifted in the middle so that all desks are angled toward a center point in the room.  This is a good choice for classrooms that do a lot of presentations.
Two straight lines are shifted in the middle so that all desks are angled toward a center point in the room.  This is a good choice for classrooms that do a lot of presentations.

Two straight lines are shifted in the middle so that all desks are angled toward a center point in the room.  This is a good choice for classrooms that do a lot of presentations.

Two straight lines are shifted in the middle so that all desks are angled toward a center point in the room.  This is a good choice for classrooms that do a lot of presentations.

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Three groups of desks are arranged in a line with a small walkway between each.  Behaviors are broken apart by placing them with backs facing one another across the room.

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