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Motivating students is arguably one of the most important elements of teaching, especially in the realm of teaching languages. Just like a chalkboard, course books, and supplies, motivation is a key tool in the classroom environment. Without it, a class will soon become boring and dull, but if the motivation is present in the students (and the teacher) then it is far more likely that the class will become exciting, fun, and successful. Over the course of my lessons, I quickly learned and practiced Jeremy Harmer’s “ESA” lesson plans. The ‘engage’ portion of these plans deal directly with the motivation and tone of the classroom. It is during this stage that the teacher tries to pique the interest of the students. It is understood that if the teacher can successfully grasp the attention of the students and motivate them to learn then it will allow for the lesson to be more conducive and lower the overall inhibitions of the learners. This is exactly what makes motivation a key element in the classroom. Students tend to learn and get the most out of the lessons when incentives for learning in a classroom satisfy their own motives for attending the course. Motivation is prevalent in all portions of teaching. The moment that students become unmotivated