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  1. Motivation Develop a framework of motivational strategies that you can apply: • in planning and selecting instructional strategies • in tasks and activities for you and your students during class • in the ways that you evaluate students and apply recognition.

  2. Four Dimensions of Motivation • Interest • Relevance • Expectancy • Satisfaction

  3. Planning for Motivation • Develop a comprehensive approach to motivation • Adjust motivational strategies to your instructional situation • Build motivational issues into all levels of your instructional planning

  4. Motivational Strategies Concerning Instruction • Capture student interest in the subject matter • Highlight the relevance of the subject matter • Vary your instructional strategies throughout the lesson to maintain interest • Plan for active student involvement • Select strategies that capture student curiosity • Select strategies & present material with appropriate degree of challenge & difficulty

  5. Motivational Strategies Concerning Instruction (cont.) • Group students for tasks • Design the lesson to promote student success • Allow students some control over the lesson • Express interest in the content & project enthusiasm • Provide opportunities to learn • Support students’ attempts to understand

  6. Motivational Strategies Concerning Evaluation & Feedback • Establish evaluation expectations & criteria • Select procedures for monitoring & judging • Decide when to give feedback & rewards • Select the types of feedback & rewards • Help students to feel satisfied with their learning outcomes. • Use mistakes & redoing work as learning opportunities • Press students to think

  7. Managing Lesson Delivery Objectives - Be able to: • Structure lesson & group students • Hold students academically accountable • Have clear administrative actions at start of lesson • Start the lesson to capture student interest & focus attention on the learning objectives • Use techniques during the lesson to manage class • Use techniques at the end to summarize & prepare students to leave

  8. Issues Affecting Lesson Delivery • Degree of structure in the lesson • Holding students academically accountable

  9. Lesson Delivery: Beginning of lesson • Attendance • Solicit attention • Daily review • Establish set • Introduce objectives • Distribute & collect materials • Give clear focused directions

  10. Lesson Delivery: Middle • Pacing • Provide smooth transitions • Avoid satiation • Manage seatwork • Be task oriented • Ensure academic learning time • Be clear • Exhibit enthusiasm

  11. Lesson Delivery: End • Provide closure • Summarize the lesson • Get ready to leave