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ISSN: 2047-7031

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ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  3   Issue 4  2013  
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Article Abstract
WSIP an exciting Educational voyage, which boosted students’ motivation towards learning
Keywords:  Action Research, micro-teaching, students’ motivation, encouragement
Darvesh Karim
This paper reports an action research, which was an exciting voyage of successful initiatives taken to boost-up the motivation of students for learning. Apart from students' aptitude, motivation is an essential key to students' success. To improve students' motivation is far from solving the whole problem; however, it is believed that various teaching methods and techniques work together to hold students' motivation, which, in my view, a singular method can never achieve. For instance, a poor student may be motivated by several encouraging words, whereas a good student may need more challenging questions. Secondly, teachers are not always responsible for students' motivation as that partly arises out of the students. Through group/pair work, questioning from/to students, micro teaching, and encouragement in personal communication between teacher and students and rearrangement of the classroom were the proven initiatives which resulted a commendable motivation of students for learning.
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