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DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS & MISBEHAVIOUR Click to edit Master subtitle style IN THE CLASSROOM

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DISCIPLINE
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The order which is necessary in the classroom for students learning to occur effectively. Any means or device adopted by the teacher to achieve orderly behaviour of the learners. Ultimate objective: To help the learners develop

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Discipline vs. Punishment


Punishment Discipline

Teaches the way to live a safe, civilized and harmonious life within the society.

Negative. Teaches children inappropriate actions. Punishment given after the misbehaviour occurs.

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DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS
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The actions of disobeying the rules of values accepted by the society. 2 categories:

1)destructive: an individual causes something dangerous to oneself and others.


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2)

disruptive: intentionally done

DESTRUCTIVE DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS


Against the teachers/ peers Beating Causing harm Dealing with drugs/ ecstasy/ pornographic materials Taking drugs Vandalism

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DISRUPTIVE DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS


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Stealing Threatening peers/ teachers Using obscene words Truancy Distracting T&L process Personal grooming problems

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DISTRACTING T&L PROCESS


Not paying attention Coming late to class Always left homework unaccomplished Being rude to the teacher Running and screaming along the corridor during T&L process. Bullying peers

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PERSONAL GROOMING PROBLEMS

Not wearing school badge/ name tag/ socks Female students: leave the baju kurung unbuttoned Long /coloured nails Dying hair Male students: long hair/ skinhead Uniform for Physical Education

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PROBLEMATIC BEHAVIOURS

Actions that are against the norms of a particular society. Actions that may break the law, ethics and religious beliefs of the society. Inappropriate behaviour in certain situations.

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TYPES OF PROBLEMATIC BEHAVIOURS

Not paying attention to the teacher and the lesson Hyperactive Reserved and demure Sensitive Apathy Procrastinating

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Talking too much Distracting/ bullying classmates Telling lies Causing chaos/ creating troubles in the classroom Rude/ impolite behaviour Stealing Vandalism Aggressive

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CAUSES OF DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS AND PROBLEMATIC Click to edit BEHAVIOUR Master subtitle style (MISBEHAVIOUR)

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Reasons stated by Dreikurs :

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Seeking attention

Some students feel that by doing some disciplinary problems, they will easily get attention from their teachers and friends. The examples is those who like to make noise during teaching and learning in class. Some students like to tell their friends their own disciplinary problem.

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Seeking power

Students who wants power usually like to oppose and debating and also will rebel schools rules. This kind of students feel like a loser when they are following the rules in school or classroom. They also believe they should be the one who gives direction and not the one who are following it.
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Seeking revenge

Some students attract people by being hateful. They feel the pleasure when they are doing something bad to others. Students with this kind of attitude will act violently to the schools authorities such as desk, wall and vandalism.
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Displaying inadequacy

Students will feel isolated because they think they have no capabilities in knowledge or skills. They will come with many excuses to not to do exercises and assessment in class and also they will disturbing others who are learning. The example of the excuses often heard are :
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I don not know to do it!

School-based factors :

Insensitivity to students individuality from teachers, school administration and peers. Inappropriate teacher expectations of students. Inconsistent teacher management. The school environment.
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Others factors :

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