MOTIVATION IN THECLASSROOM SETTING AS AFUNDAMENTAL PART IN THE SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING By: CLAUDIA PATRICIA CORTÉS RODRÍGUEZ
WHAT IS MOTIVATION?Motivation is concernedwith the factors thatstimulate or inhibit thedesire to engage inbehavior.students work longer, harder and withmore vigor and intensity when theyare motivated than they are not.
Create a pleasant, relaxed Develop a atmosphere goodSet a personal example with relationship your own behavior with the learnerIncrease the learner’s Make the discussion linguistic self- interesting Promote confidence learner autonomy
AMONG OTHERS…•Increase the learner’s goal-orientedness•Familiarize learner with the target language culture•Focus on both fluency and accuracy.•Provide intrinsically-motivating, positive feedback.•Encourage use of authentic language, both input andoutput.•Provide appropriate feedback and do not over-correct.•Give the student opportunities to initiatecommunication
*A teacher must go beyond the materials and processestypically used to stimulate and understand the underlyingelements involved in themotivation to learn.*An effective teacher have to help their students feel motivated to learn andto achieve.*Classroom climate is essentialin the learning process.
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