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Motivation in the classroomThere is a difference between wanting to learn to do something than actually taking the effort to do so. Many people say they would like to learn to play guitar when they hear a friend playing a song that they themselves have only heard through Guitar Hero. Who would actually search out for a guitar instructor or would purchase a guitar to practice at home? There are those who do, but many who do not. Motivation. It can be seen as what separates aspirations from actual productivity. At the same time, there may be no goals or aspirations without motivation. The key point is to turn any curiosity or motivation in learning into doing. This has become a problem that all teachers will struggle with in their classroom. How do we encourage and sustain motivation in the classroom? There are many reasons why students may want to learn, which are broken down into two categories: extrinsic and intrinsic. The first is external factors that help motivate the student to learn. The latter is internal factors. Now what exactly does this mean? Examples below: 1. Extrinsic: External motivations to learn a. Parents have signed up their children to learn ESL b. English is required for work 2. Intrinsic: Internal motivations to learn a. student?s own interest in learning