Discipline in the Japanese TEFL Classroom | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Discipline in the Japanese TEFL Classroom | ITTT | TEFL Blog

My experience in teaching English to young learners is based in Japan. At the start of my time teaching, my student group consisted of two children of the same family. The siblings are a boy, age five, and a girl, age three, who participate equally in the English conversation sessions. Three main factors of this situation present difficult walls, preventing forward progress. Those three factors are distracting objects, counter-productive classroom philosophies, and personality conflicts.


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