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Motivating students can be one of the most challenging and difficult tasks a teacher might encounter. This particularly refers to students who are not too interested in attaining new knowledge and feel rather reluctant to actively participate in lesson. Understanding student motivation can greatly enhance the teaching methods and student performance. We can talk about two types of motivations: intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. The former refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual (pleasure that one gets from task itself; feeling of satisfaction for completing or working on a task), whereas the latter considers the motivation that comes from the outside an individual (rewards, money, grades etc…). Whether our students are intrinsically or extrinsically motivated, we as teachers have to do all what’s in our power to keep involving them in the lesson, therefore motivating them further. First and foremost we should make sure our students understand what to do and why they should do it. Clear explanations and instructions will not only help them follow the lesson, but also increase their participation and productivity. While explaining tasks and topics we want our students to be interested in, we should show our own enthusiasm as well,