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Discipline in the ClassroomI chose the topic of Discipline in the Classroom because a knowledgeable teacher can be less affective than a less knowledgeable teacher who knows how to maintain discipline. I work in a university in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with colleagues from various ages, backgrounds, and levels of experience in teaching ESL and other subjects. I have interviewed three colleagues that have a good mix to draw from; I also did some internet research. A South African colleague with 4 years of experience teaching, who has taught english Literature at a university in his home country then went to South Korea to teach 3rd graders and finally here. In RSF he had no issues because whoever wanted to be there would respect the classroom. In Korea he had stated that discipline was never really an issue through the cultural values of Korea and through corporal punishment offered by his co-teacher. In KSA, he stated along with other colleagues, that he would have liked to implement corporal punishment, but it is not an option here. So, he has had to adopt an easy going, light hearted approach-in an attempt to be less threatening With clear and concise acknowledgement of what is acceptable and what is not, along with the consequences for unacceptable behavior, he has achieved