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Motivating studentsI would hate to think that my students are bored. That would be a failing on my part' Can the way you teach motivate your class? I am motivated by people responding positively to me, so that is one thing I always try to be with my students." Published in TES Newspaper on 13 January 2006 by: Sarah Matthews ‘Motivation is an extremely important factor in learning and is closely tied to involvement and empowerment. In the twenty-first century this is not simply something to be bolted on as an afterthought, it is part of children's rights as recognised under international law’. (Wyse and Hawtin, 2000) Being a motivated person and always adopting a sunny disposition whenever entering a classroom, will encourage positivity and get students to respond with positive vibes. Offering a more comfortable learning atmosphere. Above all else try to point out the things that students are doing well and move them on from there. If you have any teaching issues, try not to do it at the beginning of a lesson. Being positive doesn't always mean showering your students with compliments but saying "Those of you who got above '10' questions correct really