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Motivation Lima, Perú, 2007
 

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This was a great experience in Lima-Peru, some years ago, where I traveled from the North of Peru, to receive a training in the ESCAP of the Air Force of Peru, as an English Teacher, and I had to ...

This was a great experience in Lima-Peru, some years ago, where I traveled from the North of Peru, to receive a training in the ESCAP of the Air Force of Peru, as an English Teacher, and I had to expose this theme about "Motivation". I hope you enjoy it.

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    Motivation Lima, Perú, 2007 Motivation Lima, Perú, 2007 Presentation Transcript

    • MOTIVATION WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? WHERE DOES IT GO? Mg. María Elena Porras P.
    • MOTIVATION
      • It is an important factor in L2 achievement.
      • It is important to identify both type and combination of motivation than assists in a successful acquisition of a second language.
      • It is necessary to view motivation as one of a number of variables in an intricate model of interralated individual and situational factors
      • which are unique to each language learner.
    • MOTIVATION SOURCES OF MOTIVATION LEARNER´S NATURAL INTEREST THE TEACHER/ INSTITUTION/ EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS IN THE TASKS
    • MOTIVATION Some older learners The satisfaction of learning Using a foreign language Learner´s Natural Interest Intrinsic satisfaction
    • MOTIVATION Extrinsic Reward Extrinsic punishment Reward better students good marks placed higher level demotivated in weakers Ss Low marks No matter how he or she works The Teacher/Institution/ Employment
    • MOTIVATION Combination of satisfaction and reward more effort get better Sustains our motivation Feelings Of being to do something Of sustained motivation linked To improve Success in the Tasks
    • MOTIVATION SUCCESS IN THE TASKS Self-steem and Confidence Choose tasks Ss can do To develop a sense of CONFIDENCE COMPETENCE
    • MOTIVATION
      • There is a psychology involved in everything we do in the classroom, and that this is concerned with the students’ feelings of success/failure, high/low self-steem, high/low confidence and this has a direct impact on motivation.