You can't teach anything without building motivation first. Motivation is an absolute requirement for learning and as a teacher it's your responsibility to figure out how to build motivation. Once you know how it can be built, it's also your responsibility to build the motivation. Knowing what motivates your student is only half of the task. The other half is being able to provide whatever it is that motivates them while also tying it in with what you are trying to teach. Becoming a better motivator will make you a better teacher.
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Top Ten Tips for Fostering Good Behavior in Middle School Kids: 1. Explain & show them exactly how you want them to act in certain situations. 2. Expect them to demonstrate good behavior. 3. Always point out the positive things they do when other people are around. 4. Model appropriate & good behavior yourself. 5. Never yell at them or call them derogatory names. 6. Make sure they have significant contact with adults who are good role models. 7. Give them regular chores & duties to do around the house or classroom. 8. Give them specific time frames by which to get things done. 9. Never threaten them or tell them something is going to happen—unless it really is going to happen. 10. Give them limited choices.
On this day in 1807, Civil War General Robert E. Lee was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia. The son of famous Revolutionary War officer Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee and a distinguished graduate of the U.S. military academy West Point, Robert Lee was a life-long soldier, serving in the U.S. Army for more than thirty years. Lee proved himself to be a highly effective officer during the Mexican-American War while serving on the staff of General Winfield Scott, frequently performing personal reconnaissance over dangerous terrain to determine the best routes for the army. As Civil War brewed in early 1861, Lee would be recommended by his former commander Winfield Scott as the ideal overall commander for the U.S. in the conflict, with Presidential aide Francis Blair approaching Lee to offer him the rank of Major General. In the end Lee rejected the offer, knowing that that would mean siding against his home state of Virginia, which had just seceded from the Union. Lee would go on to serve with the Confederate Army, first as Jefferson Davis’ senior military adviser and later as the commander of the famed Army of Northern Virginia. Quickly he became known as one of the Confederacy’s finest leaders and tacticians, winning numerous battles over the Union army despite having much less manpower. However, the two major campaigns he led into Northern territory both ended in defeat at the Battles of Antietam and Gettysburg, and following these two major losses, Lee was forced to remain on the defensive. Unfortunately for Lee, he simply did not have enough men to keep up the fight against his Union foe. During the last two years of the war, 1864 and 1865, Lee inflicted massive casualties on the Army of Ulysses S. Grant, but he was never able to turn the tide. Grant received fresh reinforcements after each battle, while Lee was not able to replenish his. On April 9, 1865, Lee would surrender his army to General Grant, bringing about the swift surrender of all other