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Motivation. milton. 2


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Motivation. milton. 2

  2. 2. WHAT IS MOTIVATION? Motivation is the main factor that leads a person to do something. Motivate means to provide a need or desire that causes a person to act. Motivation is also defined as the impetus to create and sustain intentions and goal-seeking acts.
  3. 3. WHY MOTIVATION IS IMPORTANT IN TEACHING Sts get to participate in classroom. Motivation in students makes all the difference in the world. Students who are motivated by their teachers reach the highester levels of excellence in school .
  4. 4. THE IMPORTANCE OF MOTIVATION IN TEACHING & LEARNING PROCESS Students demonstrate a better attitude towards schoolwork and learning when they are motivated. When the students are motivated, the teacher will view the students and her job with a more positive outlook. Students will not want to be away from school if they are highly motivated.
  5. 5. TYPES OF MOTIVATION Power motivation Attitude motivation Incentives motivation Fear motivation Competence motivation Affiliation motivation Achieve motivation
  6. 6. POSITIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR SYSTEM One of the most important effects of motivating students is the use of a positive classroom behavior system. A motivate educator will spend most of his energy pointing out the positive behaviors, rather than negative behavior.
  7. 7. KINDS OF MOTIVATIONIntrinsic Motivation It refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual. This motivation does not need to have compensation at the end of a performed activity. The person who is intrinsically motivated will carry out a task just because he likes and enjoys what he is doing.
  8. 8. EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual. Rewards such as money or grades provide satisfaction and pleasure that the task itself may not provide. Extrinsic motivation is when someone is motivated by external factors.
  10. 10. SOURCES OF MOTIVATIONAL NEEDS elicited by stimulus associated/ connected to innately connected stimulus obtain desired, pleasant consequences/external (rewards) or escape/avoid undesired, unpleasant consequences imitate positive models increase/decrease affective dissonance (inconsistency) increase feeling good Affective decrease feeling bad increase security of or decrease threats to self- esteem maintain levels of optimism and enthusiasm
  11. 11. SOURCES OF MOTIVATIONAL NEEDS maintain attention to something interesting or threatening develop meaning or understanding increase/decrease cognitive disequilibrium; cognitive uncertainty solve a problem or make a decision figure something out eliminate threat or risk meet individually developed/selected goal obtain personal dream conative take control of ones life eliminate threats to meeting goal, obtaining dream reduce others control of ones life
  12. 12. CONCLUSION Motivation is extremely important for both the teacher and the students. As teacher we must to incorporate in all our class the motivation, because this is the most important factor to encourage students to work diligently and pleasurable.