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For maintaining discipline in the class:
1. Students should be severely punished for acts of indiscipline
2. Teacher should try to make his teaching interesting
3. Non- attending students should be turned out of the class
4. parents of the indisciplined students should be informed 

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Correct Answer - Option 2 : Teacher should try to make his teaching interesting

Maintaining discipline in the classroom can be a challenge for any teacher at any grade level. Before students can begin to grow into active participants in their own education, the classroom has to be a place that is conducive to learning.

Following are some approaches that a teacher can adopt to manage discipline issues in the classroom:

  • Be Organized: If there is no proper organization in the classroom, students feel bored and start to misbehave. It will be better if the lessons are properly planned, make supplies ready, and thus be organized in everything as possible. Always think about items that can be displaced and figure out a system that helps to keep track of those items.
  • Teach the Procedures Well: Making good and appropriate procedures is not enough. They should be taught to the students properly as well. Four steps involved in teaching them are:
  • Clearly explain the procedure
  • Practice it with children
  • Correct the parts that were done incorrectly
  • Repeat it constantly until they do it in the right manner
  • Keep the Students Engaged: The more students are engaged in activities, the less they cause problems. Make sure you give interactive classes and teach the students passionately. It is better to make students involved than just giving lectures. Hence, the Teacher should try to make his teaching interesting
  • Move Around the Classroom: Most of the teachers stand at the front of the room without even moving their position. It would be a good idea to walk around as you teach. It is not only a different approach to teaching but also helps to keep an eye on what the students are doing.
  • Develop a Rapport with the Students: If the teachers want students to follow them, they not only need to respect them, but also create an impression that they care about them. Always be genuine, kind, approachable, and ready to admit mistakes. Also, students must be given compliments, and show that teachers love them. With the above qualities, the teacher will be able to create a good rapport with students.
  • Be Professional: Rather than becoming a too friendly teacher, try to become a good mentor. Interactions must be made friendly but not familiar.
  • Establish Structure First: Train students to work and do their activity in a structured environment. Once they understand the structure, they should be able to work in an unstructured environment without losing control.


  • Research shows that spanking, slapping, and other forms of physical punishment don't work well to correct a child's behavior. The same holds true for yelling at or shaming a child. Beyond being ineffective, harsh physical and verbal punishments can also damage a child's long-term physical and mental health. Hence, Students should not be punished for acts of indiscipline.
  • Non- attending students should be turned out of the class - this can hurt the child emotionally also it may affect the child academically too.
  • parents of the indisciplined students should be informed - it won't help much in the classroom because classroom and home are two different environments for a child and they behave differently in different environments.

Therefore, the Teacher should try to make his teaching interesting for maintaining discipline in the classroom.

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