This paper examined a review study of the classroom management in English language teaching. Classroom Management is one of the important aspects of English language teaching is directly related to the job of English teachers in their classrooms. The successful of the English teacher is related to the ability of the teacher in managing his / her class. Today, the classroom management is an art as well as a science for the English teacher in order to become effective teacher in EFL or ESL classrooms. The teacher can use the art and science of his / her teaching English along with various classroom activities to motivate his/ her students to gain confidence in the learning of English. The classroom management in English classrooms is an important factor that contributes to success in English language teaching and learning.  When we condider about the classroom management, the classroom management cannot be studied properly without touching upon the study of psychological problems, learner problems, and linguistic problems. This study reviews classroom management is known as one of the big challenges of the teacher in controlling ELT classroom.


Classroom Management, Psychological Problems, Jīvātman, Linguistic Problems, English Language,


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