Motivational Teaching provides a clear overview of the many factors that affect learner motivation and connects each of them to innovative teaching ideas and strategies.
- Part of: Into the Classroom
- ISBN: 978-0-19-420042-4
- Print Length (pages): 104
- Features over 100 tried and tested teaching ideas, underpinned by the latest research into learner motivation
- Explores how motivation to learn works both on an individual level and within the classroom environment
- Provides insights to enhance motivation through key teaching processes, from choosing materials and designing tasks to closing lessons and giving feedback
- Investigates how teachers can raise learner motivation across a range of ages, abilities, and backgrounds
- Extra resources are available from:www.oup.com/elt/teacher/itc
This title is part of the highly regarded Into the Classroom series - short, practical guides that help teachers who work in the primary and secondary school setting to make sense of new teaching tools, techniques, and educational policy, with ideas for implementing them in the classroom.
- "Like other books in this innovative series, Focus on Reading links research and practice... I enjoyed learning about the characteristics of online reading and 'assistive technologies', and the transition between 'learning to read' and 'reading to learn'. The 10-page glossary is helpful. Fascinating."
- El Gazette
- Motivational Teaching is a timely publication... devoted to both creating and maintaining what it takes to keep eager students of
English interested and
- EL Gazette
- Motivational Teaching offers a wealth of tips and ideas for increasing motivation in the language classroom... It's clear that the author is knowledgeable on the subject of motivation, and is skilled at developing fun, enjoyable activities that teachers will find useful.
- English Teaching Professional
- Organised as a 'recipe book' of advice, activities and judiciously selected research snapshots,
Motivational Teaching shows teachers
exactly how they can motivate students... "Research," Thorner reminds us, "consistently emphasises that there is nothing more likely to increase student motivation than a teacher who shows passion for what they do."... Thorner's emphasis on the how and why of teaching (rather than just the what) nurtures that passion.
- Modern English Teacher