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You   can   motivate   students   to   learn   in   many   different   ways.   First,   take   into   account individual  differences  in  ability,  background,  and  attitudes.  Then  try  to  satisfy  the  physiological, safety,  belongingness,  and  esteem  needs  of  the  students. Make  the  classroom  environment conducive  to  learning.  Take  an  interest  in  your  students.  Learn  their  names  as  fast  as  you  can and   let   them   feel   that   they   belong   in   your   classroom. Direct   learning   experiences   toward feelings   of   success   by   encouraging   achievement   and   a   positive   self   concept.   Give   students positive,   helpful   feedback   and   help   them   set   challenging   but   attainable   goals.   Use   various techniques   to   motivate   students   and   encourage   self   confidence   and   self   direction   at   all   times. Provide   a   learning-oriented   environment.   Do   everything   possible   to   create   an   environment   that encourages  your  students  to  learn. Make   it   physically   and   psychologically   safe. APPLYING   MOTIVATION   TECHNIQUES   TO   INSTRUCTION The   techniques   of   motivation   have   application introduction,   the   presentation,   and   the   summary. LESSON    INTRODUCTION Use   motivation   at   the   beginning   of   a   lesson in  each  part  of  a  lesson  presentation:  the as   a   means   of   introducing   the   material, stimulating   interest,   arousing   curiosity,   and   developing   a   specific   direction.   Besides   showing   the need   for   learning   the   information,   the   introduction   should   serve   as   a   connecting   link   between the   present   lesson   and   previous   lessons. Use   the   lesson   introduction   to discuss  specific  reasons  why  students need   to   learn   the   information   you plan   to   present.   To   reinforce   their desire  to  learn,  show  students  how the   information   relates   to   their career   advancement   or   some   other need. Give   the   students   specific examples.  In  many  cases,  you  may motivate  students  by  telling  them they  will  need  the  information  to understand  future  lessons. For   most   instructional   methods, the  lesson introduction  should provide  a  road  map  for  learning.  You  may  find  effective  visual  aids  helpful  at  this  point.  A clear  introduction  can  contribute  greatly  to  a  lesson  by  removing  doubts  in  the  minds  of  the learners  about  where  the  lesson  is  going  and  how  they  are  going  to  get  there.  Tell  students  what you  will  cover  or  leave  out  and  why.  Explain  how  you  have  organized  your  ideas.  Students understand  better  and  retain  more  when  they  know  what  to  expect.  The  purpose  of  the introduction  is  to  motivate  students  to  learn  by  listening  to  the  information  you  will  present  in the   body   of   the   lesson. 18

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