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Classroom ManagementIn the 1970’s, classroom management was by definition separate from classroom instruction. This view held that a teacher first dealt with management issues before beginning instruction. In the early 1980’s this view began to change. Classroom management and instruction are now seen as “inextricably interwoven and complex (Everstone, 1).” It follows that in the TEFL classroom, where interaction and speaking are indispensable, the old definition of classroom management, “achieving class control and order” through discipline and punishment, should no longer be implemented (Doyle,1979) (Professor, Fan Yi, 2). Control should shift to a classroom management style that creates a learning conducive environment where the student’s anxieties are relieved, they are motivated by necessity to communicate and fluency is promoted over accuracy. This can be achieved by creating a relaxing environment where punishment is the last resort and preemptive action is taken through relationship building with the students and strategic movement of the teacher throughout the lesson is applied. The majority of the time, the TEFL teacher is in a situation where his/her students only opportunity to use english is in the classroom.