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Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingDrnyeis five key motivational factorsClick to edit Master text styles 1.? Second level2.The Third level a good relationship with us.teacher has Fourth level3.S/he encourages us to think for ourselves. Fifth level4.S/he enjoys our progress and success. 13. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingDrnyeis five key motivational factorsClick to edit Master text styles 1.? Second level2.The Third level a good relationship with us.teacher has Fourth level3.S/he encourages us to think for ourselves. Fifth level4.S/he enjoys our progress and success.5.S/he creates a safe, secure and supportiveatmosphere. 14. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingDrnyeis five key motivational factorsClick to edit Master text styles 1.? Second level2.The Third level a good relationship with us.teacher has Fourth level3.S/he encourages us to think for ourselves. Fifth level4.S/he enjoys our progress and success.5.S/he creates a safe, secure and supportiveatmosphere.What are the key words in each factor? 15. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingDrnyeis five key motivational factorsClick to edit Master text styles 1.? Second level2.The Third level a good relationship with us.teacher has Fourth level3.S/he encourages us to think for ourselves. Fifth level4.S/he enjoys our progress and success5.S/he creates a safe, secure and supportiveatmosphere.What is the first key motivational factor? 16. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingDrnyeis five key motivational factorsClick to edit Master text styles Second level1.The teacher is enthusiastic.Third level Fourth level2.S/he has a good relationship with us.Fifth level3.S/he encourages us to think for ourselves.S/he enjoys our progress and successS/he creates a safe, secure and supportiveatmosphere. 17. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingThe teacher is enthusiastic.Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 18. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingThe teacher is enthusiastic.Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Id Third level an enthusiastic teacher who isnt arather have native speaker, even if her English isnt perfect, Fourth level than a native speaker who doesnt seem very Fifth level enthusiastic. 19. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingThe teacher is enthusiastic.Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Id Third level an enthusiastic teacher who isnt arather have native speaker, even if her English isnt perfect, Fourth level than a native speaker who doesnt seem very Fifth level enthusiastic. 16-year-old student at an immersion school in Bucharest, Romania 20. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick toTenMaster text styles editSecond levelmotivational Third levelFourth level strategiesFifth level that mightjust work 21. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO something 1?Click to edit Master text styles Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth level 22. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO something 1Make your students curiousClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth level 23. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird level Fourth levelFifth level 24. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird level Fourth levelFifth level Michel Lotito born in 1950, Grenoble also known as Monsieur Mangetout eats metal and glass can eat a bicycle in six days 25. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird level Fourth levelFifth level Michel Lotito born in 1950, Grenoble also known as Monsieur Mangetout eats metal and glass can eat a bicycle in six days!!! 26. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 27. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth levelPRE-READING QUESTIONS: 28. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth levelPRE-READING QUESTIONS:Which is THE EASIEST part of a bicycle to eat? 29. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth levelPRE-READING QUESTIONS:Which is THE EASIEST part of a bicycle to eat?Which is THE MOST DIFFICULT? 30. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethinghandlebar frameseat pedals wheel Click to edit Master text styles Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth leveltyrechain spokes 31. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second level Michel Lotito has been eating metal and glass since 1959. Doctors have x- rayed Third level remain mystified. His diet has included ten his stomach, but bicycles, a supermarket trolley, seven TV sets, and a Cessna light airplane, Fourth level which he ate in Caracas, Venezuela. Fifth level He can eat a bicycle in six days. I start with the frame, he explains. I saw off a piece in a ring as wide as my finger. I eat the handlebars in the same way, then I cut up the chain and the spokes. The hardest part is the tyres. Eating a tyre isnt as easy as eating the metal parts of a bicycle, he said. Its like eating a kilo of feathers. Your stomach is full, but theres no weight there. 32. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird level Fourth levelFifth level 33. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth level 34. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit Master text styles Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth level 35. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit MasterWhats the message? text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 36. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit MasterWhats the message? text stylesSecond level Third levelIf YOU feel engaged by aFourth levelreading text, it will probably Fifth levelengage your students, too. 37. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingClick to edit MasterWhats the message? text stylesSecond level Third levelIf YOU feel engaged by aFourth levelreading text, it will probably Fifth levelengage your students, too. If a text in the course book doesnt engage, find a way to make the students curious about it. 38. Bright idea!Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 39. Bright idea!Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 40. Bright idea!Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 41. Bright idea!Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level Third levelFourth level Fifth level 42. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingPre-reading activities Click to edit Master text styles Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth level 43. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingPre-reading activities Click to edit Master text styleswhy are they important? Second levelThird levelFourth level Fifth level 44. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingPre-reading activities Click to edit Master text styleswhy are they important?Second level Third level to engage students interestFourth levelFifth level 45. Ken Wilson Ten ways to get your students to DO somethingPre-reading activities Click to edit Master text styleswhy are they importa