Discilplnary Approaches as Practiced by Public Elem.Teachers and Pupils Classroom Behavior

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Disciplinary Approaches as Practiced by Public Elementary School Teachers and Pupils Classroom Behavior : Towards Effective Learning

CHAPTER 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction Discipline plays a vital role in the teaching – learning process. Pupils tend to understand the lesson best when they are well- disciplined as the teachers imparts the lesson. Teachers may not be aware of the consequences their discipline measures have injected in children’s mind children with misbehavioral problems will always be present in a regular classroom. Teachers are idols of pupils and they play a vital role in the development and upbringing of a child. The teacher will surely affect the childs learning activities. It is in
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Background of the Study Overcoming pupils’ misbehaviours in public school like Nagpayong Elementary School that is populated of 10,768 grader pupils and with over crowding narrow classrooms composed of a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 60 pupils per class, but its nature is much more difficult backbreaking responsibility to do than other obligations of the teacher and in this situation she should be able to bridge the between discipline and pupils behaviours. Militant, disobedient, socially inadequate and withdrawn behaviours of pupils are disruptions of class and establish a set of problems to public school teachers. As a teachers they claim it a great burden to deal with in their daily lives. Most teachers are claiming that their effort do not to effectively handle disruptive pupils. With fifty or more pupils in the classroom per section, almost one half of the members of the lower sections are disruptive. These behaviour pupils constantly disrupt classroom situations. Behaviour control is important. Success in teaching is often directly proportional to a teachers ability to use appropriate disciplinary measures. Teachers play a vital role in the total development of the child’s values. He is the key figure in the success or

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