teacher aide language and other barriers

if one child displays discriminatory behavior toward another in the classroom you should?
(a)seat the two students apart from one another
(b)discipline the child immediately for misbehavior
(c)have the children involved discuss their differences
(d)consult the childs parents about the discriminatory remarks

i'm having troubles deciding if the answer should be b or c
please help

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  1. Punishment will only intensify the child's dislike for the other child.

    The only answer is c.

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