Intrinsic Motivation. Extrinsic Motivation. Cleaning your home because it. Reading a book because youenjoy the storytelling. Exercising because youwant to relieve stresshelps you feel organized. Reading a book toprepare for a test. Exercising tolose weigh. Cleaning your home toprepare for visitors coming over
1. Active and collaborative. Show sustained behavioral involvement in learning activities. They don't participate or only observe things passively.2. They display a more positive emotional tone and are thus enthusiastic, passionate and optimistic about their learning effort.2. Are often off task, delay completion of tasks or they don't complete tasks at all.3. They seek out help, whether inside or outside the course, to achieve learning goals.3. They only do minimum work and are satisfied with average results.
4. They're naturally more curious and interested than unengaged students4. They avoid challenges.5. They use their best effort and concentrate effectively when completing tasks. 5. They, openly or quietly, resist learning.6. They enjoy and respond well to challenges. 6. Unsure of the analysis for learning.7. They display a 'can do' mentality and thus take pride on completing the course.7. Are indifferent towards individual development and goal achievement
8. Lack the ambition to truly care about the satisfaction. 8. They are not simply interested in getting good grades, but in understanding the material and including this knowledge in their daily work. 9. They're in a state of ……..(e.g., “this task is boring,” “there is nothing to do”).9. They try hard to learn what the course offers. 10. On-task behavior, are focused on learning with minimum distractions. 10. Believe the course is unimportant and does not relate to their jobs or personal interests.
Ways to Motivate Pupils. To get your child to willingly do things, make an effort to make things fun. Children most often chose a "play area" method of learning when presented with different learning options. If you want her to learn the ABCs, play games that teach them.fun. If your child is failing at the things you want him to do - he'll be less likely to want to do them. SUCCESSIf you remove her ability to make decisions for herself, she may be less motivated to do things. CHOICE
10 rules of the things that should be kept when teaching Englishexploitation of games and movementindirect teachingdevelopment of imaginationactivation of all senseschanging of activitiesreinforcementindividual approachuse of native language(smt)use of positive motivationability to understand
When we should use TPR…to teach and practise …Vocabulary connected with actions (smile, chop, headache, wriggle)Tenses past/present/future and continuous aspects (Every morning I clean my teeth, I make my bed, I eat breakfast)Classroom language (Open your books)Imperatives/Instructions (Close your eyes,Stand up,)Storytelling
- You can extend this by playing Simon Says. This time when you give a command, students should only do it if you say "Simon says..." at the start. You might say, "Simon says, 'slice some bread'" or "Simon says, 'chop an onion'" and the students must do the action. However if you say, "Whisk an egg" the students shouldn't do this. If anyone does the action that Simon doesn't say then they are out and have to watch for the mistakes of the other students. 3