Idea 1: Constant use of body movements such as gestures and facial expressions like eye gazing as a way of interaction between the teacher and the children. This will encounter the problem of marked impairment to boost interaction (Kumar, 2014).
Idea 2: in terms of the arrangement, age factor should be a priority. It should involve arranging the students according to their age sets in the class setup. This ensures that any problem of peer relationship in terms of age inappropriateness is avoided (Montgomery, Stoesz & Mccrimmon, 2013).
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