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Academic Motivation 9 th & 10 th Grade Academic Achievement and Success - Lesson #2
Are you intrinsically or extrinsically motivated? ❏ Intrinsic Motivation: find motivation by setting goals for yourself. You are motivated by what you want to achieve! ❏ Extrinsic Motivation: find motivation outside your own goals to motivate you. You are motivated to earn a reward.
Ways to Increase Your Motivation ★ Establish a comfortable environment - set up a space that has all you need ready to go! ★ Create reasonable goals and a plan for your study time. ★ Take breaks - When you feel you need a break, try to stop at a logical point or set timers to break up your study time. ★ Eliminate distractions - choose a place that is conducive to focusing. ★ Study with friends! ★ Reward yourself for studying. After a successful study session treat yourself to something you enjoy! ★ Just do it! Once you do, you will feel a lot better than if you worry about getting it done!
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S M A R T Goals
Why are SMART Goals Important to Motivation? ❏ Following the SMART method helps to put your goal into action! Push you to meet achievable milestones for your goal Give a sense of direction for reaching your goal Help organize the steps to reach your goal Set yourself up for success to achieve your goal with the results you want! ❏ Click on this link to view a SMART Goal, written to help a person to walk more frequently: ❏ ❏ https: //www. hnfs. com/content/dam/hnfs/tw/common/pdf/Wellness. Program. Materials /AYR 4 HC/PF 0212 x 075 AYR 4 HCSMART. pdf
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What Motivates YOU? Activity Option #1 ❏ Brainstorm what motivates you - a goal you have, a person you look up to, a dream you’d like to achieve. ❏ Write them in a list. ❏ Create your own motivation “art”: ❏ Grab your list of words and click on the link below. Type in each word, then click “visualize”: https: //wordart. com/create
What Motivates YOU? Activity Option #2 ❏ Brainstorm what motivates you a goal you have, a person you look up to, a dream you’d like to achieve, a motivational quote, or a visual representation of what you find motivating. ❏ Students will share what motivates them by emailing a selected point person on your school’s staff via email (scanned photo, type out a quote, etc. ).