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Warm-up Have students write down three things that motivate them on three separate Post-it notes. Explain the difference between intrinsic internal and extrinsic external motivating factors. Then, ask students to place their Post-its on a T-chart that is labeled "intrinsic" and "extrinsic.
What are people most motivated by, intrinsic or extrinsic factors? Looking at the ways that people are motivated, what are the challenges when it comes to motivating a group? If you were a teacher or a boss at work, what would you do to motivate this group of people?
Students complete the first part of the What Motivates You? Students who are motivated by recognition or belonging will be motivated by sincere words of praise. Students who want control over their environment or choices are motivated by power to control their environment.
Some students are motivated to work on projects that bring together various topics or disciplines.
Students who are people-oriented are especially drawn to activities that allow them to work with people and build relationships. Students who are drawn to status, recognition, and power will find prizes motivating.
The need to feel important and needed is motivating for students who are status- or prestige-driven. Small Group Students work independently or in small groups to complete the remaining sections of the What Motivates You? Which two aspects motivate you the most? How do you know these motivate you?
What examples or evidence have you seen of this motivation factor in your life? How does this affect your work in school? How does this affect your interests outside of school?
Education competencies: Motivating others. This competency is one in a set of complete functional and behavioral qualities that, when fully realized, can help lead to professional success. Toondoo lets you create comic strips and cartoons easily with just a few clicks, drags and drops. Get started now! Course Design Guide. College of Social Sciences. PSY/ Version 3. Learning Team Instructions Resource: Learning Team Toolkit. Complete. the Learning Team Charter. Individual. 8 Learning Team. Motivation and Emotion Worksheet Complete the Motivation, Emotions, and Intelligence Worksheet located on the student web .
How might this affect your future career? Reflection Ask students to write what motivates them on Post-it notes and compare the responses with the ones they posted previously. What motivates the students in your class? How has this changed since the start of this lesson?
How do theories develop and change? How does that influence our understanding of the world and of ourselves? With the remaining class time and for homework, have students write a one- to two-page letter to you or another teacher titled: How to Motivate Me. Extension Use these activities to extend the conversation about motivation: Research each job and answer the questions.
Have students research, analyze, and compare three motivation theories B.
Skinner, Ivan Pavlov, Abraham Maslow, among others. Which theory do they think is most accurate? What should adults do differently? What would you do to motivate all the students in your classroom?
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Interactive Tutorial Discuss the following as a team and provide a brief summary of the each discussion. The word count for individual answers may vary but your responses should total to words for the entire worksheet.
Course Design Guide. College of Social Sciences. PSY/ Version 3. Learning Team Instructions Resource: Learning Team Toolkit.
Complete. the Learning Team Charter. Individual.
8 Learning Team. Motivation and Emotion Worksheet Complete the Motivation, Emotions, and Intelligence Worksheet located on the student web . Motivation is defined as the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors.
Motivation is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge. Yesterday I explained my worksheet system for homework and independent work binders.
Of course my whole class cannot do worksheets – that would be too easy. End of Week 3 (Monday) 8 Learning Team Motivation and Emotion Worksheet Complete the Motivation, Emotions, and Intelligence Worksheet located on the student web page.
End of Week 3 (Monday) 8 Week Four: Lifespan Development Personality Details Due Points Objectives 4 4. 1 Outline physical, social, and cognitive .