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1(influence) perjudicial(influence) negativo(factor) perturbadorall these interruptions are very disruptive — todas estas interrupciones perjudican el desarrollo normal de la clase (/ del trabajo etc. )
- he has a record of disruptive behavior — siempre ha causado problemas de disciplina
- a disruptive pupil — un alumno problema
- They have brought these children up to be disruptive and offensive.
- It is disruptive of received ways of understanding the world or even of other places.
- So the source of destructive and disruptive black behaviour is not in their culture.
- Many teachers are also angry at what they claim is a lack of funding for support to deal with disruptive pupils.
- In this case, the family have agreed to reform their disruptive behaviour in a pioneering legal deal.
- There's been no prolonged bad weather so it's been less disruptive than normal.
- It is also meant to avoid the disruptive ethnic divisions that reside in partisan politics.
- A more straightforward, and less disruptive, solution to this problem would be to make the tests harder.
- Girls are responsible for a worrying surge in violent, bullying and disruptive behaviour in York schools.
- Parents of disruptive pupils have somehow to be involved positively.
- A dedicated post to tackle disruptive behaviour on council estates will be created by Kingston Council.
- Goddard admits that his disruptive behaviour was akin to engaging in battle and resulted in his expulsion.
- His behaviour was disruptive and he was arrested for motoring offences.
- It recently balloted its members on the refusal to teach a pupil who had a long-term record of disruptive behaviour.
- Teachers said he was disruptive and his behaviour put other pupils at risk.
- The pupils said the boy was known for his disruptive behaviour and had been acting up in the lesson that day.
- At an early age he began to show signs of stubborn and disruptive behavior.
- Their disruptive behaviour means that they often miss much of the teaching that is going on.
- The disruptive behaviour of a small minority of pupils can wreak havoc in the classrooms and corridors.
- There is no meaningful inclusion for the disruptive pupil, and it is not rewarding nor satisfying for staff.
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