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Motivation in the ClassroomMotivation in the classroom is a vital factor without which foreign language teaching cannot work properly, since studying on their own is essential for students to make progress. Wiliam T. Lile calls it ‘the key to all learning’ (William T. Lile). We have to differentiate motivation at different age. Infants and young children are highly motivated because of curiosity towards the world they explore. Older children often lose this curiosity (Linda Lumsden). Hence, at this age it is very important to provide them with interesting and engaging tasks connected with topics they are keen on. Meanwhile, adults very often learn because they have high external motivation – their boss requires language skills, they want to obtain a better job, they need english while travelling or even because this is the language they communicate with their partners. Nevertheless, teaching in a group is the best example that not everyone has the same motivation and the similar level of motivation. Linda Lumsden differentiates motivation connected with doing an activity and more general motivation to learn: ‘Student motivation naturally has to do with