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Discipline in the ClassroomDiscipline in the classroom is an issue with effects that will dramatically vary based on the particular teaching situation in which the teacher finds himself. For example, a conversation teacher who sees a student only for an hour a week will likely experience far fewer discipline problems than a teacher who works as an English language assistant in a public school, or one who teaches in an English immersion program; likewise, teachers who work with adults are likely to have fewer issues with misbehavior than those teaching younger students. In the interest of giving this paper a tighter focus, I will be focusing on the latter issue: discipline for young students. There are probably as many theories about classroom discipline as there are are teachers in the world, but I believe that the method of assertive discipline, developed by Lee and Marlene Canter, is the most effective method of control in an ESL classroom composed of young learners. This method requires a pre-determined set of fair, consistent rules and consequences, both positive and negative, and a way to implement these rules (Canter and Canter, 2001). There are, of course, many other theories of classroom management that have been written about for general, non-ESL classroom management,