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| Studentsf parents observe classes or participate in study activities with their students and teachers on open class days. In the former case, parents generally stand and observe a class from the rear of a classroom. If there are many students and inadequate space in a classroom, open spaces are created for parents.
Parental silence is important for classes to proceed so as not to be interrupted or disrupted by parents taking pictures of their children, or recording classes with video cameras or by private chatting.
Meanwhile, it is useful for teachers to prepare name lists for parents to check so that homeroom teachers can find which parents are present during open class days.