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UNIVERSITY OF EL SALVADOR
SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
FOREING LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
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GRADUATION TOPIC
THE IMPORTANCE OF INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC TEACHERS’ MOTIVATION IN THE TEACHING - LEARNING PROCESS

PRESENTED BY
CORTES COLOCHO CLARISA ANTONIETA CCOOO79

TO OBTAIN THE DEGREE OF
BACHERLOR’S DEGREE OF ENGLISH TEACHING

PROFESSOR DIRECTOR
MS. RHINA FRANCO

SAN SALVADOR, ELSALVADOR, CENTRAL AMERICA, DECEMBER 2009

UNIVERSITY OF EL SALVADOR AUTHORITIES

ING. RUFINO ANTONIO QUEZADA
RECTOR
ARQ. MIGUEL ANGEL PEREZ RAMOS
ACADEMIC VICE-RECTOR
MTRO. OSCAR NOE NAVARRETE ROMERO
ADMINISTRATIVE VICE-RECTOR
LIC . DOUGLAS VLADIMIR ALFARO CHAVEZ
GENERAL SECRETARY

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AUTHORITIES

LIC. JOSE RAYMUNDO CALDERON MORAN
DEAN
DR. CARLOS ROBERTOPAZ MANZANO
VICE – DEAN
MTRO. JULIO CESAR GRANDE RIVERA
SECRETARY OF SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AUTHORITIES

MTI. EDGAR NICOLAS AYALA
CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT
MAT. RHINA FRANCO
GRADUATION PROCESS COORDINATOR
MAT. RHINA FRANCO
PROFESSOR DIRECTOR

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Introduction…………………………………….………… 4
II. Objectives……………………………………….………... 7III. Justification………………………………….……………. 6
IV. Statement of the Problem……………………….……........ 9
V. Theoretical Framework…………………………….…....... 10
V.I Kinds of Motivation……………………………….…....... 11
V.II Intrinsic Motivation…………………………………..…… 12
V.III Extrinsic Motivation………………………………..…….. 14
V.IV Motivation in the Teaching -Learning Process……...........15
V.V Importance of Motivation in the Teaching -Learning........ 16
Process
V.VI What Motivates Teachers…………………...……………. 18
V.VII Characteristics of a Motivated Teacher…...……………… 19
V.VIII Consequences of Lack of Motivation in Teachers….……. 21
VI. Methodology…………………………………………....... 23
VII. Analysis of Data………………………………….….……. 26
VIII.Conclusion………………………………………...……… 51
IX. Recommendations………………………………...………. 52
X. Bibliography……………………………………...….…… 53
XI. Annexes…………………………………………………… 54
I. INTRODUCTION
Motivation is a very important factor in every human’s life aspects. Motivation is what moves, incentives, or encourages a person to do something or achieve a specific goal.
There are twoactors involved in the Teaching-Learning Process: the teacher and the student. Both need motivation and both are important when instruction is delivered. However, this research was based on the importance of teachers’ motivation in the Teaching –Learning Process, since they are in charge of creating activities and setting up conditions that lead to succeed in instruction.
Teachers’ motivation isimportant because they are the ones in charge of administering instruction to their students. They are in charge of motivating their students every day; they help them shape their future because of the influence teachers may have in students’ development. It can be stated that even when both actors have to be motivated, there is one that should be motivated for both and that one should be theteacher. Being a teacher is a matter of having that inside “calling” that makes you wake up every day and feel eager to teach your students, to help students who have troubles understanding any structure. Being a teacher means to have motivation to walk into a classroom and develop a topic in the best possible way in order to get a successful Teaching-Learning Process and feel proud not only ofyour students but also of yourself.

The present work includes the sections divided as follows: The first part includes the general and specific objectives that guided the project all along the different stages.
After the objectives, there is the justification. Here the reasons, importance and the population benefited, and how that population can be benefited with the research...
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