Discipline Problem in the Classroom and its Remedies

London Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Karima Maazouzi , NA
Classification: For Code: 330199
Keywords: discipline, problem, classroom, teacher, student’s psychology, causes, obstacles, strategies, remedies.
Language: English

Discipline problem is a phenomenon that causes fear and consternation for most teachers. It takes many forms including, disruptive talking, inaudible responses, sleeping in class, tardiness and poor attendance, failure to do homework, cheating in tests and exams and willingness to speak in the target language. There are many reasons for discipline problem, it can stem from students’ reactions to their teacher’s behaviour or from other factors inside or outside the classroom. Whatever the form discipline problem takes, we need to know why does it occur? What can teachers expect and how can they effectively handle discipline problem?
This article aims at dealing with the most important reasons of this phenomenon, which make students conduct badly and clumsy. Then we suggest some strategies to lessen and remedy this problem, which prevails among students. How can the teacher handle such problem and create interest and enthusiasm in his or her lectures?
The data was collected through an interview with English teachers at Tahri Mohammed University (Bechar) and a questionnaire distributed to English teachers at this university. Based on the results of the interview and the questionnaires, information about the causes and solutions of discipline problem in the classroom were collected.



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