As you read Chapter 10: Emotion and Motivation, takes notes of major concepts an

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As you read Chapter 10: Emotion and Motivation, takes notes of major concepts and remember to cite the textbook (Spielman et al, 2020) within your response for any information that you summarize/paraphrase from the textbook. Any other sources that you use must also be cited. Include a complete list of all your sources at the end of your post. This will prepare you to answer the following questions:
Schools often use concrete rewards to increase adaptive behaviors. How might this be a disadvantage for students intrinsically motivated to learn? What are the educational implications of the potential for concrete rewards to diminish intrinsic motivation for a given task?
Producers of popular movies and series typically indicate that they have increased representation regarding people of different sizes, sexual orientations, gender expressions, and abilities. Do you think that is true? Is representation a way to support diverse people? Elaborate on your answers.
Hint: Define the major concepts within the questions, cite, and then provide examples that demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply core concepts to real-world situations.
For the second prompt, consider if representation helps diverse people. How and why?
If there is positive/accurate representation what can that do when it comes to fulfilling certain needs and motivators specifically within this population? Or maybe you think there is insufficient/inaccurate representation and therefore what are the effects on motivation and emotion for diverse populations?
You can apply whichever theory from chapter 10 that resonates the most with your perspective regarding this topic.
Once you submit your initial post in doc or pdf format (step 1), you can copy/paste your responses to the actual discussion forum (step 2). This must be done so your peers can interact with your post.
Your response must be composed of at least 200 words, use proper academic tone, grammar, spelling, and properly cited.…
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuality of Initial Discussion Post
20 ptsFull Marks
Initial post thoroughly addresses each prompt and content is cited correctly
10 ptsAverage
Initial post only somewhat addresses each prompt of the assignment and content is not cited
0 ptsNo Marks
No references to prompt of assignment
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar, Punctuation & Spelling + Academic Tone
5 ptsFull Marks
Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct. Academic tone is maintained throughout.
2 ptsAverage
Discussion postings contains some grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
0 ptsNo Marks
Discussion postings contain several grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
5 pts
Total Points: 25


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