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Motivational Strategies in the Language Classroom

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ELT: teaching theory & methods,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Classroom Planning,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Foreign Language,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Language Arts,
  • Foreign Language Study / English as a Second Language,
  • Aims & Objectives

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7754252M
    ISBN 100521793777
    ISBN 109780521793773

    Read about the effective methods that I have used for motivating students to read It details 'executive motivational' strategies, including making learning stimulating and enjoyable, setting specific learner goals, protecting the learners' self-esteem and increasing their self-confidence, promoting cooperation among learners, creating learner autonomy, and promoting self-motivating learners' strategies. Instrumentality: the belief that if I perform a specific course of action I will succeed clear path? Be sure to read my page on school field trip ideas to get some effective field trip ideas and planning strategies.

    Affective factors in L2 learningUncategorized In a couple of previous posts I briefly touched on theories of motivation and on how they can be tapped into to raise student achievement. Be sure to read my page on school field trip ideas to get some effective field trip ideas and planning strategies. Cathy and Rachel also reported a majority of controlling strategies but, unlike Bert, they also reported some autonomy-supportive strategies. The scores on innovative learning were only used to create a sample with maximum variety in teaching methods and were not taken into account in further analyses. These vignettes were therefore just used as a starting point to elicit responses regarding why and how they used certain methods, and how they believed that their strategies affected student motivation e.

    Of course most teachers will come across students who will be very difficult to motivate and who will not care about what happens in school. Motivation is a necessity so that learning becomes a continuing, improving, interesting and hopefully enjoyable process. Ryan and Deci a. Factors from above, with which teachers in many countries are faced, include performance standards Deci et al.


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Motivational Strategies in the Language Classroom book

In addition to that, while most of them have a vague sense that whether "English will be useful for my future" or not, they don't have a clear idea of what that means, nor is that a very strong motivator; it's too vague and too far off.

Vision, mental imagery and the Christian life: Insights from science and Scripture. The pedagogical implementation included a task-based learning approach delivered according to personalized, meaningful and learner- controlled learning principles.

Cognitive dissonance Cognitive dissonance occurs when there is an unresolved conflict in our mind between two beliefs, thoughts or perceptions we hold about a given subject.

Results What types of motivational strategies do teachers report? Several reasons can account for this difference between motivational theory and actual teacher behaviours. Based on their self-reported motivational strategies, two clusters of teachers were distinguished: teachers who mainly reported autonomy-supportive strategies and teachers who mainly reported controlling motivational strategies.

Want some of my helpful suggestions on Classroom Awards as well as many very useful and colourful certificates, awards and school passes without having to design the them from scratch? Ehrman, M. Interpersonal dynamics in second language education: The visible and invisible classroom.

Each statement was given a code, using a content analysis approach Miles and Huberman In fact, learners can help each other while working on different types of tasks such as writing dialogues, interviews, drawing pictures and making comments about them, play roles, etc… Researches on Second Language Acquisition have shown that learners have differences in mastering skills.

Motivational Strategies in the Language Classroom is intended to be a 'how-to-motivate-learners' manual that inspires positive action rather than making teachers feel inadequate, like some books of this type.

Motivation can be defined as a concept used to describe the factors within an individual which arouse, maintain and channel behaviour towards a goal. This term also refers to those strategies that motivate students by pressuring them. Nonetheless, we'd take pleasure in if you have any kind of details about the idea, and are ready to present the idea.

A collection of 18 papers focusing on the link between motivation, self and identity, written by leading European, North American and Asian scholars.

Innovations and challenges in language learning motivation. Furthermore, questions aimed at beliefs about motivating students were asked e. Even so, little research has examined how teacher perceptions of their students relate to the type of motivational strategies that teachers believe to be effective and consequently adopt in their classrooms.

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In many Western countries, teachers are faced with diverse student populations in terms of abilities and background Bakker and Denessen and perceptions of these characteristics can cause differential teacher behaviours.

If we expect students to interact in a certain way together, we need to teach them how, and hold them accountable.

It's amazing how it does wonders for students' self esteem and camaraderie. A huge thank you to Tracey Kooy for helping me develop as a writer. People with a high external PLOC will need more praise, direction from and a sense of accountability to teachers and caretakers.

Selection of teachers for interviews was based on self-report questionnaires with the intention that the sample would represent maximum variation from teachers who used mostly innovative to mostly traditional teaching methods.

We all learn differently. The degree of cognitive dissonance should be as high as possible for the attitudinal change we purport to bring about to be effective. The statements for which full agreement was not reached were discussed.

The three phases of motivation presented in his model represent the organizing principle for the suggested strategies. The learner-centered and controlled approach allowed just-in time triadic scaffolding which contributed to raising active participation throughout the tasks.

In the paper, teachers from the two clusters are referred to as controlling or autonomy-supportive teachers, but it is important to note that these clusters refer not to different types of teachers with stable teaching styles, but to teachers who differed in their self-reported strategies at the time of the interview, with their particular class and in a particular context.Jul 27,  · Cognitive and emotional empathy are a must for the success of any of the above motivational strategies.

These strategies work best in synergy rather than in isolation. Eight motivational theories and their implications for the classroom, The Language Gym, [ ] Like Liked by get hold of the book ‘The Language Teacher Toolkit. motivational components grounded in the so- cial milieu rather than in the foreign language classroom.

For example, the AMTB contains a section in which students' attitudes toward the language teacher and the course are tested. This may be appropriate for measurement pur-.

Feb 17,  · Motivational Strategies in the Language Classroom (Cambridge Language Teaching Library) - Kindle edition by Dö, Zoltan rnyei. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Motivational Strategies in the Language Classroom (Cambridge Language Teaching Library).5/5(4).

Jul 22,  · Motivational teacher strategies: the role of beliefs and contextual factors factors from below arise from the day-to-day interactions within the classroom and refer to the motivational characteristics of such as the use of external rewards such as grades or directive language.

Strategies were coded as other when self-reported strategies Cited by: Mar 22,  · This book gives the teacher examples of strategies they can use to motivate language learners. This volume gives an overview of the theory of motivation and applies it to practical skills and strategies, providing new insights into the field of motivational studies and its implications for second-language pedagogy.5/5(1).

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