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MOTIVATING LEARNERS IN THE CLASSROOM. DEFINETION OF THE MOTIVATION. A reason or reasons for acting or behaving in a particular way. There are two basic classifications of motivation :. 1- Intrinsic 2- Extrinsic. Intrinsic Motivation. Needs , Interests and desires . Pat the back
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DEFINETION OF THE MOTIVATION Areason or reasons for acting or behaving in a particular way
There are two basic classifications of motivation: 1- Intrinsic 2- Extrinsic
Intrinsic Motivation Needs , Interests and desires. Pat the back Supporting socially To avoid despairs To evaluate students individually
Extrinsic Motivation Rewards and environmental effects Grade Compliment Certificates To sign homeworks
Motivation is optimum in these conditions : Students do duties if there is no oppression. Homeworks should be suitable for students There should be enough choices
There are some suggestions to motivate students Teachers shouldn’t compare students. Homeworks should be suitable for student’s ages and abilities. To reward students.
Teachers shouldn’t threat students with grade. Smiling , saying “well done” , touching are important to encourage students.
To give responsibility When teachers start lesson, they can ask students interesting questions. To make lessons fun.
Which of the following is not related to intrinsic motivation? A-) Pat the back B-) Supporting socially C-) To avoid despairs D-) Grade
In Which condition, motivation is optimum ? A-) If teachers threat students with grade B-) If only teacher talks C-) If homeworks are suitable for students D-) If teacher always shouts students.
If a student do something wrong , what should teacher do ? A-) To scold B-) To pull out the student C-)To notice politely D-)To not do anything.