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Pupils that display disruptive behavior in the classroom may continue to do so before the behaviour escalates into conditions that ignites and challenge the protection of other people in the classroom, if left unattended. That is why classroom direction in so important to implement on the first day of school. "Management is nothing more than motivating other men and women." (Iacocca) In an well-managed classroom, a teacher must spend little time disciplining students. The Canters behavior management cycle has three simple to follow steps. Utilizing a case analysis is the easiest way to illustrate the effectiveness of all Canters cycle. Canter method enables teachers to take control of the classroom by detecting the rights of the pupils in addition to those of the teacher. As a pupil, in Miss Jones' Class, John, will understand the instructor's expectations without having to guess. John is an 11 year old, in the sixth grade at Washington Elementary School. John comes in a single parent home. His dad isn't in the film. His mother works two jobs, so that his grandmother cares for him. At home, he is in control; his grandma has no control over his behavior. His family life impacts John's behaviour in class; he dislikes having to adhere to the rules at school. The most important problem he's having in the classroom would be talking; He disturbs class by talking out of turn. The very first step in the behaviour management cycle: "efficiently communicate explicit instructions." (Canter, 2006, p. 50) "I need everyone's attention. That means that your eyes on me, nothing on your hands and no one is talking." Canter's version promotes a supportive classroom, which makes it possible for teachers to teach and students to learn. Student are instructed to behave and teachers use praise and other benefits.