Time-Out is a behavior management strategy used to remove a student from a situation where they are exhibiting disruptive or inappropriate behavior. The goal is to give the student time to calm down, reflect on their actions, and understand the consequences of their behavior. In language education, time-outs should be used judiciously and as part of a broader classroom management plan that includes positive reinforcement and clear expectations. The effectiveness of time-outs depends on consistency, fairness, and the opportunity for students to learn from their experiences.