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Module: The Physical Environment of Your ClassroomNote TakingGuidePreviewJot down any questions you have about this module, or things you hope to learn.Things that can make the classroom more bright and friendly while also having things to help studentlearn and feel more engaged.What would your ideal classroom’s layout, materials, and furniture/décor be?I would place the desks in 4 so that they can work in groups but when it comes to testing make sure it's inrows to make sure they're not cheating and so I can walk around to see their progress on work. Mostimportantly have a separate area of the classroom where students are placed if they misbehave or if a studentneeds a quiet place to think. In terms of material basic things like pencils, markers, crayons, pens, paper, aswell as my materials for the lesson such as providing study guides and written instructions and posters aroundthe classrooms to help with learning or remembering certain things about a topic.Introduction

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