• Daffa Wiraseno Universitas Mataram
  • Henny Soepriyanti
  • Untung Waluyo




classroom management, discipline model, students’ preference


The present study aims to investigate the discipline model applied by English teachers in English classes and examine students’ responses to the discipline. Data were collected by conducting an interview with an English teacher, administering a questionnaire to 20 first grade students, and through classroom observations. The data was analyzed by categorizing the types of discipline models applied by the teacher and then categorizing student responses according to the implementation of those discipline models in the classroom. The findings showed that the teacher applied several types of discipline models, including verbal and reward strategies. The responses from students to the discipline models applied in class fell into two categories: the compliance type and the engagement type.


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