Teaching secondary modern foreign languages
Teaching secondary modern foreign languages

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3 What strategies can be used to motivate students in the classroom?

This section will consider how to motivate students in language learning. You have already considered how using the target language can motivate students by creating a more authentic environment for learning, but what other strategies could you use? How do different teaching and learning strategies engage students in the classroom? In particular, you will consider how independent learning can act as a motivating factor, as well as which approaches and strategies can be used to achieve this.

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