Lesson Plan in EDUC 38


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Lesson Plan in EDUC 38

  1. 1. LESSON PLAN IN FACILITATING LEARNINGI. Objectives: At the end of the discussion, 85% of the students are expected to: 1. define motivation; 2. compare intrinsic and extrinsic motivation; and 3. present their own motivation that can be use in facilitating learning.II. Subject Matter: A. Topic: “Meaning and Types of Motivation” B. Materials: visual aid, set of pictures, power point presentation, and textbook. C. References: Facilitating Learning: A Metacognitive Process pp. 175 – 180 Maria Rita D. Lucas Ph.D. Brenda B. Corpuz Ph.D. Lorimar Publishing, Inc. http://www.google.com D. Values: Analyze the values and significance of motivation in facilitating learning process.III. Procedure: A. Motivation: The students will be asked to group themselves into four and make their own motivation using set of pictures. B. Presentation: The teacher will present the topic motivation to the class. “Meaning and Types of Motivation”Motivation – is an inner drive that causes you to:  do something  persevere at something  energizes you to do something  initiate  direct  become intense  persistence of behavior
  2. 2. C. Lesson Proper/Discussion: “Indicator’s of a High Level of Motivation”  She/he takes the initiative to undertake learning tasks, assignments and projects without being pushed by his/her teachers and parents.  She/he has goals to accomplish and dreams to realize.  She/he is convinced that accomplishing the things she/he asked is to accomplish in class helps her/him realize the goals she/he has set for herself/himself and their dream in life.  She/he willing to give up the satisfaction of immediate goals for the sake of more important remote goals. An example is she/he is willing to give up joining her/his barkada to watch a movie in order to prepare thoroughly for final examinations.  She/he persists and perseveres in her/his studies even when things turn out to be difficult.  She/he does not give up easily. In contrast, an unmotivated student:  Does not enjoy learning  Does not study unless pushed  Easily gives up  Lacks of perseverance “Types of Motivation”Intrinsic Motivation – the source of motivation is from within the personherself/himself or the activity itself. Example: A student reads pocketbooks because it is enjoyable.Extrinsic Motivation – the source of motivation is something outsideherself/himself or the rewards and incentives. Example: A student studies because she/he was told by her/his teacher or because she/he is afraid to fail and her/his parents makes her/him stop schooling. “Type of Motivation which is More Beneficial” It is obviously that intrinsic motivation is more beneficial because it comes from within the person and it is not after the incentives or rewards. It is shown in the enjoyment of the activity itself and the inner conviction of the
  3. 3. learner that such things are the right things to do in order to realize apersonal goal or a life dream.“The Role of Extrinsic Motivation”Extrinsic Motivation factors include:  Rewards  Incentives  Praises or words of encouragements  Approval of significant others like teachers, parents, peer groupOpposites:  Punishment  Withdrawal  Privileges  Censure  Ostracism We may begin employing extrinsic motivation at the start but this shouldfade away as the students get intrinsically motivated themselves. It plays asignificant role in the development of motivated students.D. Generalization: Motivation is the inner drive that causes the student to do lot of things in order them to accomplish something. There are two types of motivation which are intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation comes from within the person herself/himself or the activity itself. While extrinsic motivation is looking to the things which includes rewards, incentives, prizes peer group or opposites which are punishment, withdrawal, privileges, censure, and ostracism. Intrinsic motivation is more beneficial than extrinsic but it plays an important/significant role in the development of motivated students. It is very important to motivate not only the student, the teacher itself also. It will help the teacher to teach her/his students impart her/his knowledge and develop them with values in holistic way.
  4. 4. IV. Evaluation: Essay: Discuss briefly. (5 points each) 1. What is the importance of motivation in facilitating learning process? 2. How are you going to create a highly motivated student? V. Assignment: In 8.5x11 bond paper, make a creative illustration of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.Prepared by:DIVINE HEIDI G. CABIGUINBSE – E/3 – IRREG.Approved by:MS. ANABELLA C. GOMEZEDUC 38 DECEMBER 10, 2012