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Lesson 17- Motivation Extrinsic & Intrinsic

AS OCR Acquiring Movement Skills
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Joe Crane

on 18 September 2014

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Transcript of Lesson 17- Motivation Extrinsic & Intrinsic

Motivation
Rewards
Motivation (Part 1)
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
work together, they are not
independent of each other.
WHY ELSE WOULD HE TRAIN ON CHRISTMAS DAY?
Tangible and Intangible
Learning
Relatively permanent change in behaviour brought
about as a result of experience or practice

Maturation
Natural progression of physical development with age.
We are not able to perform a skill until we have the physical, anatomical and psychological maturity to do
so
MOTIVATION
'the internal states and external pressures that direct an
individual towards a goal or a course of action'
INTRINSIC
Drive comes from within, personal satisfaction, a sense
of mastery, as sense of accomplishment. Leads to a greater sense of self worth. Can be supported by extrinsic motivation but not replaced by it

EXTRINSIC
Drive to perform to win or gain tangilbe or intangible rewards
Definitions
What drives us to acquire
skill?
Types of Motivation
LEARNING + MATURATION
=
SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Extrinsic motivation not as strong
as intrinsic?
Extrinsic rewards can lose their power
Enjoyment can be lost
The reward may not be valued
Activity
Draw a graphic of the essential features
of motivation?
We do something if it brings us benefit, this is known as:
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