Hello, This is my first post so I hope someone can offer some advice! I'm currently a student doing my teacher training at university. I'll been soon be starting my first 2 month placement at a secondary school. The teacher who I will be working under has allocated a few classes for me to lead over the 2 month period. Having met the classes and seen them in action, there are some behaviour issues that I know I will come up against (constant chit-chat, etc.). Their teacher does have a good level of control over them but I feel has a different approach to myself. So my question is this - the pupils are used to a certain way of working however is it wise for me to introduce new classroom routines (such as lining up before coming into the classroom, 2 warnings, etc.) in order to (hopefully!) minimise behavioural issues I forsee being a problem? Or rather should I try and 'put on' the style of classroom management their teacher currently operates? I'm not suggesting the teacher's way is wrong (what would i know anyway - i'm just a student!), it's just not what I thought my practice would be. Thank you in advance!