Motivation Article, writing homework help

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In 500-750 words, create an article for a mock educational publication targeted for teachers of grade 1-8 students. Address the following in your article:

  1. How student motivation can enhance performance with specific examples;
  2. How intrinsic and extrinsic motivations differ with specific examples;
  3. Factors that affect motivation with specific examples;
  4. Descriptions of three developmentally appropriate strategies that can be used to help motivate students in the classroom; and
  5. How teacher motivation affects student motivation with specific examples.

Include a minimum of three scholarly references.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.


Motivation Article 1 1: No submission 0.00% 80.0 %Content 16.0 %Student No submission. Motivation and Performance Enhancement 80.0 %Content 16.0 %Intrinsic No submission. versus Extrinsic Motivations 80.0 %Content 16.0 No submission. %Motivation Factors 80.0 %Content 16.0 No submission. %Motivation Strategies 80.0 %Content 16.0 %Teacher No submission. and Student Motivation 2 2: Insufficient 65.00% 3 3: Approaching 75.00% 4 4: Acceptable 85.00% 5 5: Target 100.00% Article includes a poor explanation of how student motivation can enhance performance and includes underdeveloped examples. Article includes an Article includes a adequate sound explanation explanation of how of how student student motivation motivation can can enhance enhance performance and performance and includes cursory includes specific, examples. appropriate examples. Article includes a thorough and insightful explanation of how student motivation can enhance performance. Article includes a comprehensive explanation as to how student motivation can enhance performance, supported by specific, relevant examples. Article includes a poor explanation of how intrinsic and extrinsic motivations differ and includes underdeveloped examples. Article includes an Article includes a adequate sound explanation explanation of how of how intrinsic intrinsic and and extrinsic extrinsic motivations differ motivations differ and includes and includes specific, cursory examples. appropriate examples. Article includes a thorough and professional explanation of how intrinsic and extrinsic motivations differ supported by specific, relevant examples. Article includes a poor explanation of factors that affect motivation and includes underdeveloped examples. Article includes an adequate explanation of factors that affect motivation and includes cursory examples. Article includes a sound explanation of factors that affect motivation and includes specific, appropriate examples. Article includes a comprehensive explanation detailing factors that affect motivation supported by specific, relevant examples. Article includes insufficient developmentally appropriate strategies to help motivate students in the classroom. Article includes moderate developmentally appropriate research-based strategies to help motivate students in the classroom. Article includes quality developmentally appropriate research-based strategies to help motivate students in the classroom. Article includes exemplary developmentally appropriate and research-based strategies relevant to motivating students in the classroom. Article includes a poor explanation of factors that affect motivation and includes Article includes an Article includes a adequate sound explanation explanation of how of how teacher teacher motivation motivation affects affects student student motivation motivation and and includes Article includes a compelling explanation of how teacher motivation affects student motivation underdeveloped examples. 17.0 %Organization and Effectiveness 6.0 %Thesis Development and Purpose specific, appropriate examples. supported by specific, relevant examples. Paper lacks any Thesis and/or main Thesis and/or main Thesis and/or main Thesis and/or main discernible overall claim are claim are apparent claim are clear and claim are purpose or insufficiently and appropriate to forecast the comprehensive; organizing claim. developed and/or purpose. development of contained within vague; purpose is the paper. It is the thesis is the not clear. descriptive and essence of the reflective of the paper. Thesis arguments and statement makes appropriate to the the purpose of the purpose. paper clear. 17.0 %Organization and Effectiveness 6.0 %Paragraph Paragraphs and Development transitions and Transitions consistently lack unity and coherence. No apparent connections between paragraphs are established. Transitions are inappropriate to purpose and scope. Organization is disjointed. 17.0 %Organization and Effectiveness 5.0 %Mechanics Surface errors are of Writing pervasive enough (includes that they impede spelling, communication of punctuation, meaning. grammar, Inappropriate language use) word choice and/or sentence construction are used. 3.0 %Format 1.0 %Paper Format (use of appropriate style for the major and assignment) includes cursory examples. Appropriate template is not used appropriately or documentation format is rarely Some paragraphs and transitions may lack logical progression of ideas, unity, coherence, and/or cohesiveness. Some degree of organization is evident. Paragraphs are A logical generally progression of competent, but ideas between ideas may show paragraphs is some inconsistency apparent. in organization Paragraphs exhibit and/or in their a unity, relationships to coherence, and each other. cohesiveness. Topic sentences and concluding remarks are appropriate to purpose. There is a sophisticated construction of paragraphs and transitions. Ideas progress and relate to each other. Paragraph and transition construction guide the reader. Paragraph structure is seamless. Frequent and Some mechanical repetitive errors or typos are mechanical errors present, but are distract the not overly reader. distracting to the Inconsistencies in reader. Correct language choice and varied (register) and/or sentence structure word choice are and audiencepresent. Sentence appropriate structure is correct language are but not varied. employed. Prose is largely Writer is clearly in free of mechanical command of errors, although a standard, written, few may be academic English. present. The writer uses a variety of effective sentence structures and figures of speech. Appropriate Appropriate template is used, template is used, but some elements and formatting is are missing or correct, although mistaken; lack of some minor errors control with may be present. Appropriate All format elements template is fully are correct. used; There are virtually no errors in formatting style. followed correctly. formatting is apparent. 3.0 %Format 2.0 %Research No reference page Reference page is Citations (inis included. No present. Citations text citations citations are are inconsistently for paraphrasing used. used. and direct quotes, and reference page listing and formatting, as appropriate to assignment) 100 %Total Weightage Reference page is Reference page is In-text citations and included and lists present and fully a reference page sources used in the inclusive of all are complete. The paper. Sources are cited sources. documentation of appropriately Documentation is cited sources is free documented, appropriate and of error. although some appropriate style is errors may be usually correct. present.

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School: UIUC

hello please check the doc and inform in case 

Running head:

Motivational Article on Education Class

A MOTIVATIONAL ARTICLE FOR A MOCK EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATION
NAME OF THE INISTITUTION:
DATE: 10/10/2016

An article targeting teachers

Motivation has different positive and negative effects on the capability of student and thus terming
motivation as having several effects on the students learning and behavior performance.
Below context we analyze how the student motivation can actually enhance performance
with specific examples
Through motivation the student are moved to their particular goals-This is one of the performance

importance of motivation where the student modify how they behave so that they can meet the
goals which they set having been motivated ,in illustration a student can be motivated to enroll on
a physics class and thus spend a lot time enhancing his/her choice.
Students are able to increase their efforts and energy which in turn make the learner expend in
more academic enhancing activities which are directly related to their goals...

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