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Classification Essay Its the first day of class and you dont know where to sit A classic worry for a new student freshman or just a student who doesnt know where to sit Its simple actually Well for some people See the territorial behavior that inhibits the typical classroom goes as follows if youre an athlete you would usually sit in a group in the far right corner with all the other athletes of the school if you happen to be in the popular clique at school thats even easier you would most likely sit in last two rows of the classroom and for those who dare to claim to be a nerd and actually want to be seen learning the first two rows are especially reserved for you Of course this isnt something that gets sent to you in the mail to remember like your class schedule Its more something thats understood between adolescents of our time I remember that not to long ago when we were in elementary and kindergarten the teacher would give us assigned seats Then we were forced to get to know everyone Its not the same story anymore As we grow up we tend to obtain that sense of responsibility that not to sit next to the Billy who bites you Instead well sit next to the Chris who will kiss you We also learn that where we sit says something about the way we will interact with other people Therefore explaining the reason why we go to a certain seat when we enter a room with no familiar faces in it The athletes tend to be drawn into a corner of the room Typically the farthest one away from the teachers desk This is most likely due to the fact that the discussion of whos going to be able to play corner back or the setter in that days game wouldnt happen if they were situated anywhere
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