Both. In languages other than engrit. How to deal with?
I take the phone. I usually give it back at the end of class. A few examples of this and the problem is nearly eliminated.
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When I started at my last school I asked the Thai co-ordinator what the policy was about students using mobile phones.
She said to give them a warning and if they do it again take the phone, give it to her and the student will get it back the next day.
I obliged with the first part, but in regard to the second part I put the phone on my desk and at the end of class gave it back to
the student, after 20 bunny hops.
The only times I gave it to the co-ordinator was if the student refused to give it to me.
I would say that over the first 5 or 6 weeks I had to do this on 3 occasions only to be told I was too strict. BLOODY HELL.
The worst part was when walking past a class being hel by a Thai teacher I could see students texting, talking and playing games on their phones in full view of the teacher.
I like you. You remind me of when I was young and stupid.