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Du mhie ys' presntation 2

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this was our powerpoint at 4th semester when we presented it on Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) :)

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Du mhie ys' presntation 2

  1. 1. Ide bagus saja belum cukup, butuh praktek dan kesabaran agar ide berjalan sesuai harapan “ tung Desem Waringin” Ketika seseorang menghina/menyakitimu lagi dan lagi. Anggap saja mereka seperti ampelas . Anda mungkin akan terbaret dan terluka. Tapi ingatlah pada akhirnya anda akan menjadi mengkilap/berkilau dan mereka tak berguna lagi. “Hitam-putih”
  2. 2. WELCOME !!!! THE WINNER 
  3. 3. Assalamualaikum …….wr….. Wb………. MOTIVATION IN CLASSROOM ARRANGED BY : DUTO KUNCORO NIM.1101120643 ELMY NIM.1101120644 NEXT
  4. 4. Motivation in Classroom  One of the more complicated problems of second language learning and teaching has been to define and apply the construct of motivation in the classroom. On the one hand, it is an easy catchword that gives teachers a simple answer to the mysteries of language learning. “Motivation is the difference,” I have been people say, between success and failure. If they’re motivated, they’ll learn, and if not, they won’t, “ That simplification may hold some of the time. Why not all the time? Just what is motivation? Can be acquired, or it just “there” ? Can it taught? Where does it come from? Are there different kinds of motivation ? If you don’t address questions like these carefully, you run the risk of passing off motivation as one of H.L. Mencken’s short, simple answer to learner success when it is neither short nor simple. Ironically, motivation is not the “wrong” answer to be explaining learner success, but it is “right” only when its full complexity is recognized and applied appropriately in the language classroom.  NEXT
  5. 5. Definition of Motivation As we know, motivation is concerned with the factors that stimulate or inhibit the desire to engage in behavior. The word motivation refers to get someone moving. When we motivate ourselves or someone else, we develop incentives or we set up conditions that start or stop behavior. In education, motivation deals with the problem of setting up conditions so that learners will perform to the best of their abilities in academic setting. We often motivate learners by helping them develop an expectancy that a benefit will occur as a result of their participation in an instructional experience. NEXT
  6. 6. Types of Motivation There are 2 types of motivation. They are : Types of Motivation Extrinsic Motivation Intrinsic Motivation NEXT
  7. 7. The value of Motivation   Motivation refers to the energy and commitment with which an individual or group performs a task or role. It affects almost every aspect of business. At the most basic level, motivated staff work harder. They may get more done in less time which reduces labour costs. This shows in higher productivity for the business. However, it is not just the level of output that improves. Motivated staff work to higher standards of quality because they care about what they are doing. They learn faster and have more ideas. They are less likely to cause accidents, make mistakes or get involved in conflict. NEXT
  8. 8. The advantages and disadvantages of motivation There are several advantages and disadvantages to each type of motivation •Advantages of Intrinsic Motivation: a). Long-lasting b). Self-sustaining c). Focuses on the subject rather than the reward or punishment •Disadvantages of Intrinsic Motivation: a). Slow to change the behavior b). Requires lengthy preparation and special attention c). A variety of approaches may be needed to motivate students • Advantages of Extrinsic Motivation: a). Quickly changes behaviors b). Requires little effort or preparation c). Requires little knowledge of the student • Disadvantages of Extrinsic Motivation: a). Provides distraction from learning b). Difficulty in determining appropriate rewards and punishment c). Ineffective after a long period of time NEXT
  9. 9. CONCLUSION Motivation is concerned with the factors that stimulate or inhibit the desire to engage in behavior. The word motivation refers to get someone moving. When we motivate ourselves or someone else, we develop incentives or we set up conditions that start or stop behavior Motivation has two types. It is intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation is when students are motivated to learn by internal forces or rewards, while extrinsic motivation is when students are motivated to perform a task by external influence or reward.  NEX T
  10. 10. THANK YOU WE’RE SO SORRY ,IF YOU FIND SOME MISTAKES IN THIS PRESENTATION , WE APOLOGIZE TO YOU AND I HOPE YOU’LL FORGIVE US……… THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION AND THE LAST WE SAY BILLAHITAUFIK WALHIDAYAH…., WASSALAMU’ALAIKUM WR. WB MU(Manchester united) Is always in heart elmymhie@yahoo.co.id

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