In the process of becoming a professional teacher a novice teacher must be aware of the basic skills and techniques needed to be enquired so that s/he would be well prepared when facing a class of students. These skills all sum up into three major categories; skills needed in using tactics which help in the getting attention of the students such as pausing, restarting or using different tunes throughout the lessons. The other two categories involve responding to misbehavior and in preventing misbehavior such as use of eye contact, gesturing, synchronizing and so on. These will help the teacher in creating a smooth productive learning experience for the students. Moreover, classroom management is also affected by the teacher’s reaction to misbehavior and by the strategies employed in correcting and preventing misbehavior acts. The teacher must be very careful in being firm, fair, and also consistent when dealing with misbehavior because the students would be all the time testing their teacher. Therefore the teacher must be very careful because otherwise s/he would end up losing the credibility. The teacher must also be able to correct misbehavior by making the students realize what and where they did wrong and why they should be punished so that the act is not repeated. The teacher must be very careful in not rediculate the student and so correction should be done individually and not in front of the whole classroom. Disturbing behavior is a tricky issue teachers have to face which results in a loss of curriculum time and even disturbs the learning environment. One major issue which a reality in today’s classroom is that of unrestrained chatter which is a difficult challenge to handle. One reason of such misbehavior put forward by Good & Brophy 1997 is in fact the lack of tuned classroom sensitivity where teachers do not see the connection between the misbehavior of students and the planning of the lesson which in turns shows the teacher’s lack of management skills. On the other hand, the selection of appropriate rewards in encouraging positive conduct is also important and so is praise since it helps the students building up their self esteem and confidence. Giving appropriate feedback is also important because primary school children rely a lot on the teacher’s feedback, therefore the teacher must be very careful since feedback may break or make the child’s self-confidence.