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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Factors that effect students reading motivation, how to motivate your students andthe positive impacts of highly motivated students Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources specifying book choice to particular student based on their background and needs Differentiated Instruction: GENDER DIFFERENCES -Motivation decreases w/ age-In grades 2-6 alone motivation decreases 14% for girls and 12% for boys Reading Motivation Motivation to read Student Choice: Enjoyment of reading 75.9% 80.6% 56.8% 43.8% FACTORS THAT IMPACT MOTIVATION AGE 0 40 80 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Sustained Silent Reading: Intrinsic Motivation: Web-based Curriculum: allowing students to pick texts that they would like to readand base their learning aroundthose texts have students read online texts such as journal articles, chat forums, emails, etc. provide students with a chunk of time devoted to reading and encourage them tofind and read something that interests them Rewards: create a program where studentsare rewarded for reading help students to find interest and enjoyment in readingby varying instruction and creatingengaging lessons/projects WEALTH SELF-CONCEPT ETHNICITY Lower income students tendto have a lower reading motivation.Economic issues canbe a distraction to themor they may find it hard to relateto texts being read in class.Students living in poverty alsohave limited access to books. Students who thinkof themselves as good readers aremore motivated toread than those witha lower self-concept.Any learning disabilitesfactor into this. Generally students ofdifferent ethnic backgroundsare less motivated to readin schools across the U.S.This may be due to the facttexts are hard to relate to their own culture or becausethey find them difficult to readin English, having grown up reading in a different language. METHODS TO INCREASE MOTIVATION THE POSITIVE EFFECTS The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places youll go. -Dr. Suess
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