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How do you know the second part of the question: "In the traditional classroom, the teacher acts from outside the group and interaction between teachers and students is rigid and artificial." isn't an important part that needs to be graphed?
You can't know for certain that it's not important, but if it were to be so, it would violate years of accepted practice.
That's because it would require the test writers to ignore the gap they created between Insight and Effectiveness.
The argument presented graphically is
Interaction is Rigid → Not Social → Doesn't Develop Insight
∴ Not Effective
We expect the test writers to fill the gap they created (No Insight → Not Effective) precisely because that's what they've always* done in the past.
Could you bypass the middle bit of the argument? Yes. It just isn't standard practice for the test writers to do so. Thus, I anticipate that they will not.
*I'm relying on memory. I do not recall any instance in which they've behaved other than as described here—if you find one, do let me know!