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Motivation in ClassMotivation is defined as the “desire or willingness to do something” (Oxford Dictionary). Although the goal of all the students in the ESL classroom is to learn english, their levels of motivation to succeed will differ for various reasons. children and adults, for example, have different reasons for being in the classroom and their motivation levels, and the motivation factors that drive them, will vary. Most children are sent to english class by their parents and are extrinsically motivated (reward motivated) or grade orientated. Most adults are in class because they have made a conscious decision to learn english. Adults too may be preparing for an exam or interview and be reward motivated, but some will be intrinsically motivated (motivated by interest or enjoyment) to learn english solely for the joy of learning a language. Whatever a student’s reason for being in the classroom on day one, how can you, as a teacher, keep your students motivated to learn english throughout the entire course? Most articles on the subject agree that the issue of student motivation can be tackled by simply adopting good, every day teaching practices