The reprimand is focused on problem behavior, not on those who cause.
Teacher to pupil disturbing: “Sing aloud in school during math test disturbs the whole class, stop or you will be punished according to the regulations.”
In the sentence there are:
- reference to the rule
- the order given by
- the application of the sanction
- the penalty is appropriate to the infringement.
- Teacher pupil disturbing: “Stop break, today not stand you anymore, you made me lose my patience, I would mollarti four slaps.”
If you lose your patience and you adopt a similar response to disruptive behavior (such as insulting, yelling, threatening etc.) Do you play the troublemaker, who probably wanted to attract attention upon himself to demonstrate his power and obtain dominance.
Every behavior has a meaning that varies depending on the context in which it occurs.
To understand what is the origin of the problem is useful to identify the factors prior and subsequent to the event, do not dwell only on the event in itself.
The behavior is the “problem”, the problem is not who implements it. If someone behaves inappropriately, disturbing, annoying, hurting others, to intervene with a reprimand appropriate to the situation, you have to be objective, not get carried on mood and prejudice.