Method to Motivate Student in Learning Process

Method to Motivate Student in Learning Process

Method to Motivate Student in Learning Process

Method to Motivate Student in Learning Process

       As we have shared in the previous post that Whatever The best lessons, books, or materials in the world, they won’t get students excited about learning and willing to work hard if the students are not motivated. Motivation, both intrinsic and extrinsic, is a key factor in the success of students at all stages of their education, and teachers can play a pivotal role in providing and encouraging that motivation in their students. Of course, that’s much easier said than done, as all students are motivated differently and it takes time and a lot of effort to learn to get a classroom full of kids enthusiastic about learning, working hard, and pushing themselves to excel. Even the best intentioned and educated teachers sometimes lack the skills to keep kids on track. (Also read : How to Motivate Student in Learning Process)

       So whether you are a new teacher or an experienced one, the following additional methods can be tried to motivate your students and to encourage them to live up to their true potential. read more

Pay Attention What I Say

Pay Attention What I Say

Pay Attention What I Say

      You have to pay attention to my heart words, to my expression because they are what really I want say to you.

      I hate you. Never give up to set your admiration on me. You make it not easy even not to turn around for a second, on the hope that you throw, while, I couldn’t reach it. In the wishful that could have been passed me quickly, while I really forget that I walk so slow.

      I really hate you. Hate your smile. You make me envy; you never even show me for once. While you convey it to everyone but me. How could you do that? I tried to hide from gazing at you. As a precaution, you didn’t find me starring at your smile. (Also read : Major Events Chronology of Prophet Muhammad)

      Be attention that I can’t hope more than quietly, you know. I can’t hope more but silence every time. I can’t be more, than walking a pace.

      I can’t be more, than hoping emptiness.

      Either, I don’t know what I should hate you else. My hatred never born anger or revenge, but born new feeling. Something that I hate to admit. Against my inconfidence. And left me in the darkness when I didn’t do that. read more

The Eagle Who Lived Like a Hen

The Eagle Who Lived Like a Hen

The Eagle Who Lived Like a Hen

      Once upon a time there was an eagle lived on a tree in the forest. It had constructed a nest wherein to lay its eggs. There the eagle would certainly hatch its eggs throughout the days.

      There also a hen lived under the same tree. The hen had also laid eggs throughout the very same period when the eagle had actually laid its eggs. (Also read : The King became Massager of Abunawas)

      One day, a bear went up the tree to consume the eagle’s eggs when the eagle had actually gone for hunting. The bear had actually completed three of the eggs when the fourth one slid off its hands as well as fell under the hen’s nest. On returning, the eagle could not locate her eggs. Feeling extremely distressed, she chose to leave the location.

      The hen which lived under the tree saw the eagle’s egg alongside her eggs. She felt eggs pity on the eagle’s egg, as well as decided to hatch it too. After a few days, the hen’s chicks hatched. The eagle’s chick hatched, too. read more

Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place

Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place

Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place

        Often people are confused with similar prepositions particularly the prepositions IN, ON and AT when talking about place or location. For this in this occasion we would like to share about Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place. In this discussion we will divide into two parts. The first is IN, ON or AT to show general place, and the second is indicating a position for spaces with limitations. (also read : DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MANY AND MUCH)

Here is the material of Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place:

Differences IN ON AT to show general place

IN

IN is used with names of cities, towns, provinces, states, and countries.

Examples:

I live in Indonesia

There are so many celebrities in California

Where were you born? I was born in Surabaya.

Living in Malang is very nice.

IN is also generally used for a larger area where there are numerous specific locations possible.

Examples:

She lives in Singogalih village.

They live in Boulevard district.

ON

ON is used with street names.

Examples:

I’m on Sudirman street, meet me here Freddie.

We live on Jln. Flamboyan, Sidoarjo.

Turn right, the Bukopin Bank is on Delima Street. read more

Expression of Praise

Expression of Praise

        Expression of Praise. Praise is something desired by everyone. They will be happy if they get a praise. We can give praise to someone who deserve it. For those who are married, praise can be given to a husband or a wife or children.

         If we get a praise, so we will feel happy because we got the attention of the person. Praise can be given by action or by words. If by action, we can give a gift to that person.

        Whereas, if we want to give a praise by using words, so we can use expression of praise through the following discussion.

        Expression of Praise can be interpreted as a strong expression as a form of approval or admiration for someone for something. Expressions of praise can be given to anyone and this is a form of admiration for someone or something.

        To praise someone or something, we can use some expressions like the following:

Expression:

That’s an amazing film!

I’m proud of …

What a wonderful!

Great…

Nice assignment, … read more

Asking for and showing attention

Asking for and showing attention

Asking for Attention

Asking for and showing attention

       When we tell something, for example information, explanation or a story, we need our listener pay attention our information. For this we can use questions to attract your listeners’ attention. Whereas when we listen to information, explanation or a story, we can use several expressions to show that we are paying attention to what is being talked about. (Also read : Asking and Response for Repetition)

       For this occasion I want to share about how to express of Asking for and showing attention.

Below are the expression of asking for attention and how to show attention.

Asking for attention

  • Can I have your attention, please?
  • Excuse me, I wonder if I could trouble you ….
  • May I have your attention, please?
  • Excuse me, ….
  • Sorry to trouble you.
  • Sorry to bother you.
  • Look at me!
  • Look what I’ve got here.
  • Look here.
  • Look!
  • Hey!
  • Attention, please!
  • Excuse me!

(Also read other article at : Pengertian dan Macam Macam Rukun Islam)

Showing attention

  • That’s alright
  • I see. – Tell me more about it.
  • Oh, yes. – Really?
  • Mmm… – Oh, my God! What happens next?
  • A ha… – And then what?
  • How interesting! – What’s next?
  • I know what you mean. – Is that all?
  • Oh, oh! – Indeed?
  • Well, well, well… – Oh, no!

(Also read other article at : Bagai Rembulan Penerang Dalam Kegelapan)

Example of Dialogue

Mrs. Indah          : Hello students, Can I have your attention,  please? All of you must watch the video carefully, and then you have to answer the questions based on the video read more