Motivation Education

Module X Discussion – Motivation

- Include your subject/grade and the general topic in the title of your thread. (For example, “Algebra II – Quadratic Functions”). This will let others in the class know what the focus of your plan is before opening the thread.

2. Upload or describe the **motivation** (in the Ready2Teach Lesson Plan template, this is referred to as the “Introduction”) for one of the lesson plans from your Unit Plan. You must provide enough details (e.g., questions you would ask, activities students would do, etc.) for the reader to be able to implement the motivation as you envision it.

3. According to the textbook, “the motivation connects in a meaningful way with the mathematical content of the rest of the lesson” (p. 156). Provide details on the rest of the lesson that will demonstrate how your motivation connects. You are not required to include the entire lesson plan. But you should describe enough detail from the remainder of the lesson to allow us to determine the extent to which the motivation will successfully launch the lesson.

After posting your motivation and lesson information, give feedback on the following questions:

- Do you think that this motivation will capture the interest and curiosity of students? If so, what do you think will capture their interest? If not, what could be done differently?
- Does the motivation connect in a meaningful way with the mathematical content of the rest of the lesson? If so, how does the motivation set up the rest of the lesson? If not, what could be done differently?

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Module X Discussion – Motivation

- Include your subject/grade and the general topic in the title of your thread. (For example, “Algebra II – Quadratic Functions”). This will let others in the class know what the focus of your plan is before opening the thread.

2. Upload or describe the **motivation** (in the Ready2Teach Lesson Plan template, this is referred to as the “Introduction”) for one of the lesson plans from your Unit Plan. You must provide enough details (e.g., questions you would ask, activities students would do, etc.) for the reader to be able to implement the motivation as you envision it.

3. According to the textbook, “the motivation connects in a meaningful way with the mathematical content of the rest of the lesson” (p. 156). Provide details on the rest of the lesson that will demonstrate how your motivation connects. You are not required to include the entire lesson plan. But you should describe enough detail from the remainder of the lesson to allow us to determine the extent to which the motivation will successfully launch the lesson.

After posting your motivation and lesson information, give feedback on the following questions:

- Do you think that this motivation will capture the interest and curiosity of students? If so, what do you think will capture their interest? If not, what could be done differently?
- Does the motivation connect in a meaningful way with the mathematical content of the rest of the lesson? If so, how does the motivation set up the rest of the lesson? If not, what could be done differently?