Motivation

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  • I didn't understand last time, but now I do!
  • The Critical Importance of Success
  • What was the theme of this story?
  • I'm never going to get this.. Reading is stupid.
  • To treat others how you want to be treated!
  • Creating A Literate Environment
  • Book of the week!
  • They sure do make reading look kind of fun...
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  • I'm excited to find a new book all on my own today!
  • I'm so glad my teacher helped me pick a book that I like today.
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  • "Research has repeatedly verified that if students are going to be motivated and engaged in school and learn from their schoolwork, they need to succeed at the vast magority of tasks they undertake." -p. 50
  • The Importance of Positive Attributions
  • It sucks that I didn't do well on the test this time... I know that if I just try harder I can do better next time.
  • Its not my fault I failed the reading test! The teacher made it too hard. I just can't do it.
  • "A literate environment includes demonstrations of literacy in action by competent others, time devoted to the practive of literacy, texts that support engagement in literacy, and choice about literate activities." p. 51
  • Concrete Approaches to Motivating Students
  • Topics: ___ ___
  • Notes: Pick a topic you like. Create a group out of similar interests.Set group goals as well as keeping in mind over all project goals. Have fun!
  • Books
  • Goals: __ __
  • Group Project Day! :)
  • "In deciding why they succeed or fail in reading tasks, students can attribute their performance to ability, effort, luck, the difficulty of the reading task, or the kindness of teachers. All too often, children who have repeatedly failed in reading attribute their failures to factors that are beyond their control." p. 60
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  • Books
  • "Motivation has many roots and the strongest teachers nourish them all. Some students are motivated by topic, task, final goal, and social aspect. As you think about how to motivate your students, make sure your classroom and your teaching include many sources of motivation." p. 61
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