How Can Instruction Help Adolescent Students with Motivation?

Sunday, December 12, 2010

An article by the National Institute for Literacy entitled "How Can Instruction Help Adolescent Students with Motivation" was posted on, a website devoted to adolescent literacy. It suggests that there are four main strategies teachers can use that may help increase student motivation in the classroom. The four strategies are:
1. Set clear goals and expectations for performance
2. Guide students to focus on their own improvement
3. Provide variety and choice in reading materials
4. Provide opportunities for students to interact through reading
While this isn't the "perfect" answer and complete solution, the article does provide some helpful tips!


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