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Motivation, motivation, motivation

A teacher pointing to a student with their hand raised
© UCLES 2018

Here’s a list of motivational strategies, some of which Monica, Marie Therese and our teachers and learners mentioned in the video in the previous step. Choose one strategy that you think would be particularly helpful and add a comment to say why.

A table of motivational strategies covering classroom environment, materials and learner participation

Tell us in the comments which strategy you chose and why you chose it. Read other participants choices. Are they the same as yours?

© UCLES 2018
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