Classroom Seating Chart: Morse Code

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This section is for class sizes of 26 or more students. While all the photos show options for 26 students, feel free to place additional students on the end of groups, or add additional groups, if needed.

Smaller rows of desks are linear in this option.  Passing out papers becomes a snap if you hand out the stack to the student at the end of each row to pass down.  Same for handing in work, but in the opposite direction.
Smaller rows of desks are linear in this option.  Passing out papers becomes a snap if you hand out the stack to the student at the end of each row to pass down.  Same for handing in work, but in the opposite direction.

Smaller rows of desks are linear in this option.  Passing out papers becomes a snap if you hand out the stack to the student at the end of each row to pass down.  Same for handing in work, but in the opposite direction.

Smaller rows of desks are linear in this option.  Passing out papers becomes a snap if you hand out the stack to the student at the end of each row to pass down.  Same for handing in work, but in the opposite direction.

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