FLE TEACHING DIDACTIC BY AGE
These days, both parents and teachers have high expectations of children. At school, we expect students to behave appropriately in each situation. This is obviously not the case, for various reasons, but it leads teachers to punish certain excessive behavior. The use of punishment that used to be corporal punishment is now subject to discussion. After choosing to focus on the subject of punishment, I asked myself some questions, such as: Do all teachers use punishment? For what purpose do they punish? How did they present the punishment to their students? Do they use so-called silly punishments, with no educational purpose, or do they favor so-called intelligent punishments with an educational purpose? These questions prompted me to focus my interest on the effectiveness of punishment. Indeed, its effectiveness is sometimes questioned. I really want to know if the punishment achieves its ends or not. Each teacher is free to use or not the punishment in his class, the teacher is also free to punish as he sees fit.