Institute of Interdisciplinary Business Research
working on tasks immediately, they ask questions and volunteer answers, and they appear to behappy and eager (Palmer, 2007).Basically, very little if any learning can occurs until students have motivated on a concentratedbasis. The five key factors impacting student motivation are: student, teacher, content,method/process, and environment. That is the ideal for students that should have many sources of motivation in their learning experience in each class. (Palmer, 2007; Debnath
, 2005; D’Souza
and Maheshwari, 2010)(Olson, 1997) Also, use stories, personal examples, and language that engage the students andcreate rapport.
Value and build relationship: “Relationships are at the heart of teaching since it is
activity based on communication” (MacGrath, 2005)
Allowing students to select learning partners has been shown to improve their motivation tolearn. Also, it is important to get students to accept the reasons why some aspects of the courseare not negotiable. (Olson, 1997)Teachers should more emphasize on the integration between real life and school subjects,designed assignments, and experiments that use regular materials and the conditions, and the useof personal anecdotes. (Palmer, 2007)Keeping in view above it can be concluded that through different techniques students can bemotivated so this study also seeks to inquire the opinion of teachers regarding techniques
Increase Students’ Motivational level during English Language Teaching at Primary Level
This study addressed the following research questions:i.
What are the possible factors that could motivate students in language learning?ii.
How can teachers teach English language at primary in a more student-centered manner?iii.
What are the teaching techniques that could motivate students to yield better learningoutcomes
Objectives of the study
To find out different factors that influence motivational level of students in learningEnglish language at primary level.
To assist teachers in motivating the students towards English Language Learning throughdifferent effective teaching techniques.
To develop a better understanding of English Language Learning in the context of Sindh.
Keeping in view the objectives of the study 10 private Schools were selected through convenientsampling and from these schools 30 most experience teachers who were teaching English toprimary classes were selected (03 from each school) with the help of Random purposivesampling. For data collection simple tool with the statement regarding using of motivationaltechniques were used and teachers were requested to tick any one given option for eachstatement according to their degree of agreement .The collected data was analyzed by usingpercentage method.