Motivation

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    • Motivational Strategies
      • Motivation encourages children of -
        • Different ability levels
        • Disaffected children
      • Extrinsic motivation comes in forms of -
        • Tangible rewards (medals)
          • Both are thought to be positive in attracting young people (early learning)
            • Intangible rewards (praise from coach)
        • Intangible rewards (praise from coach)
      • Extrinsic rewards provide status in the peergroup
      • External motivation must be considered as a short term strategy
      • Internal motivation is the key to lifelong participartion
      • Gives learner positive feelings about their perfomance
      • Established through positive reinforcement and setting achievable personal goals
      • Once simulated, the coach endorses the value of participation and highlights confidence, personal satisfaction and self belief.
    • Motivation & Arousal
      • Intrinsic motivation -
        • Describes the internal drive or feeling that makes us do things. Involves enjoyment of the performances, satisfaction of performing,pride and the feeling of well being.
      • External Motivation
        • describes the feeling coming from external sources
      • Arousal
        • it's a state of alertness and anticipation which prepares which prepares the body for action. We need the appropriate levels to help enhance our performance.
      • A motive is seen as a cause of behaviour which energises, direct and sustains the behaviour.
      • A motive is seen as a cause of behaviour which energises, directs and sustains the behaviour
      • Drive to succeed/be succesful
        • Beginners
        • Experts
      • Extrinsic Rewards
        • Prizes/awards/praise/recognition/feedback
      • Intrinsic Rewards
        • Enjoyment/satisfaction/feeling within

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