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Example of Class List Group Assignments

Suppose you have 31 students on the class list after the initial drop-add period is completed. You assign numbers 1 through 7 to the students along with a letter as done below.  So the first group would consist of members 1A. 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E. The second group would have members 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, and so on.  Groups 4, 5, 6, and 7 would only have members A through D.  The letter would be used to assign the presenter.  The instructor could randomly choose a letter for the presenter.

Mike Ableas 1A
Sarah Adames 2A
Bill Billeck 3A
Mary Braduy 4A
Jim Currentr 5A
Jill Cramers 6A
Jerry Dougglas 7A
Beth Drappier 1B
Barry Eveans 2B
Bill Forths 3B
Betty Fradly 4B
Mary Gorplem 5B
Steve Hillt 6B
Jenna Hillt 7B
John Inglem 1C
Jennifer Jonesy 2C
Jerry Kingem 3C
Amanda Klepr 4C
Bruce Mayerr 5C
Grace Mennings 6C
Jim Norths 7C
Ginger Pulleis 1D
Mike Rogeres 2D
Beth Smithr 3D
Bill Smither 4D
Renee Smitchers 5D
Walter Statchers 6D
Jill Tenurab 7D
Jane Vinsone 1E
Jim Waltheres 2E
Linda Welkmean 3E

Note: All names on the list above are hypothetical names created for this example and do not correspond to actual students past, present, or future. Any similarity to actual names is coincidental.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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