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Discipline in the classroom I recognize that disciplining students will be one of the tasks that I will face whether I like it or not. I have gotten a little experience in disciplining students in my native country as a substitute teacher, but I wanted to know what specific discipline problems tefl teachers tended to face and how I can prepare myself in advance. After researching Dave?s ESL café website on discipline problems and solutions, I have found the following to be true: 1) Discipline is necessary to keep students focused on the lesson. 2) Discipline techniques vary according to the age of the students and the behavioral problems needing attention. 3) Discipline can include positive or negative consequences. For young learners, the attention span is probably the biggest behavioral problem. When students get squirrely, it is time to change the class dynamics. One solution that sounded fun and effective was discussed by Eugene Smith in china: Sometimes it's really hard to keep discipline in kid's class. I found a very good solution, which works for me. I teach english in china, so I ask children when they were born and what animal they belong to. Then I say that our class is a wild forest and I am a