Lesson Objectives: - describe different motivational techniques (D-E grade) - analyse the advantages and disadvantages (B-C grade) - justify which technique is best for Sainsbury's (A*-A grade)
Activity: How could you motivate this student?
On your own identify three ways of motivating this student?
Extension: what is the difference between motivating the student and motivating the workforce? What can you do in a workplace compared to a school environment?
Activity: Group work In groups of 3 or 4 you must become specialists in your allocated motivational theory. You need to justify why your motivational theory should be used in Sainsbury's and convince the rest of your classmates this is the best.
There will be a "lead" student for each group - who is allowed to go around to other groups and ask questions to help you find out why your theory is best.
You will need to argue why your theorist is the best for Sainsbury's The lead person will then present your argument.