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Didactic/Motivation by Carolina Lapo

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  • 1. Universidad Central del Ecuador Facultad de Filosofía, Letras y Ciencias de la Educación Carrera de Idioma Plurilingüe Tema: MOTIVATION Carolina Lapo Quito - Ecuador
  • 2. MOTIVATION
  • 3. MOTIVATION can be seen as a continues interaction process main role is in controlling and directing an activity coordinating motivation transform a number of separate reactions into significant action Learner builds object – directed means – end structures.
  • 4. BEHAVIORISTIC DEFINITION THEORIES By skinner or Watson would stress the role of rewards in motivating behavior. The skinner’s operant conditioning model is about the anticipation of reinforcement and how a person is motivated by an anticipated reward.
  • 5. COGNITIVE DEFINITIONS There are several points of view but we will see three different types: • Drive theory • Hierarchy of needs theory • Self-control theory
  • 6. DRIVE THEORY manipulation ego enhancement exploration knowledge activity stimulation
  • 7. HIERARCHY OF NEEDS THEORY
  • 8. SELF-CONTROL THEORY
  • 9. INTTRINSIC MOTIVATION TYPES is defined as the doing of an activity for its inherent satisfactions rather than for some separable consequence. When intrinsically motivated a person is moved to act for the fun or challenge entailed rather than because of external prods, pressures, or rewards.
  • 10. In the classroom The creation of a supportive learning environment can assist in the development of successful learners in the classroom, where students want to learn for the enjoyment of learning, a hub of intrinsic motivation. For example: Create a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere in the classroom or develop a good relationship with the learners
  • 11. EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION When intrinsically motivated a person is moved to act for the fun or challenge entailed rather than because of external prods, pressures, or rewards. The creation of a supportive learning environment Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual. The motivating factors are external

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