Responding to misbehaviour in the classroom is a very demanding task. This chapter suggests that teachers should formulate their own personal plans for managing student misbehaviour. It also outlines four levels of intervention to stop difficult behaviour, ranging from the least disruptive strategies of non-interference to non-verbal intervention, and from verbal intervention to the use of logical consequences. Practical and effective strategies and measures for each level are introduced to equip teachers for daily classroom practices.
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