How to Find Motivation in Writing College Papers without Third-Party Help
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How to Find Motivation in Writing College Papers without Third-Party Help

It is a general principle that students who choose the subject which addresses their interests, needs, and goals have more chances of completing the paper for this topic. This paper's aim is to raise awareness of how various aspects are important for completing their duties. Both instrumental, integrative, and intrinsic motivation are of some degree of importance, one different from the other in a different setting.

Choosing the right topic for an essay, especially if it is the final take before graduation, is not always as easy as it seems. It can become difficult to master motivation for a project and to drive it to fruition if you are bored by it and/or if you are doing it purely to meet the requirements of your degree (Murray,163). It is due to this factor impacting students' ability or readiness to fulfill their duties, that it is necessary for him or them to choose the topic which matches their interests. Some students, who can’t cope with writing on this stage, prefer to get college paper help from writing services to save their time. This type of motivation can be observed on a personal level and it is called intrinsic motivation.

The other two types of motivation presented in this paper are of external value. Both instrumental and integrative motivation present a desire by the students to write an essay and satisfaction when the goal of writing is reached. Instrumental motivation relates to the students' effort in writing a paper in order to pass a certain exam. When a student identifies with the topic he is writing about, in terms that he/she wants to know more about it and for this knowledge to become a part of their education profile, it is said that this is integrative motivation.

In all three cases, motivation occurs when students want to do something and are not forced to do it. Once certain tasks demanded of students have some or all of the characteristics of proper motivation, it will be easier for students to do them. The presence of these characteristics for a given topic will make students' efforts more enjoyable and therefore more likely to be successful.

There are, of course, other factors impacting students' motivation to write which are not directly conditioned by the type of work they need to do. These are teachers' motivation, the ability of teachers to dedicate an equal amount of time to every student, and the existence of writing feedback. Teachers must motivate the students to come up with their ideas for essays and to write for themselves. Writing always demands a peaceful environment without any distractions. Therefore, classrooms must be as small-numbered as possible, for teachers to be able to dedicate an equal amount of time to every student. Further, social media gives a tool for teachers to follow their students' efforts.

Once the writing starts, it is important to be practiced. If practice starts (at school) then they will have developed (writing) sufficiently to meet the requirements of a university (Ramirez, 87). This will implement the habit of frequent writing with students, which will be very beneficial for them.

Tips to Find Motivation in Writing College Papers
It's not always easy to find motivation when it comes to college papers. Whether it's an essay, research paper or term paper, the prospect of writing can be daunting. However, there are ways to find motivation and get the job done.

1. Set small goals. Rather than thinking about the entire project that needs to be completed, focus on smaller goals. For example, set a goal to write one page per day. Once that goal is met, move on to the next goal.

2. Take breaks. It's important to take breaks when writing college papers. Not only will it help you stay fresh, but it will also allow you to come back to the project with fresh eyes.

3. Create a positive environment. Make sure you're in a comfortable and relaxed setting when working on college papers. This will help you focus and be more productive.

4. Find a writing partner. Having someone to bounce ideas off of can be helpful when motivation is lacking. A writing partner can also hold you accountable and help keep you on track.

5. Set a deadline. Having a deadline can be a great motivator. It will give you a sense of urgency and push you to get the project done.

With these tips, you should be able to find motivation and get your college papers written in no time!

To conclude, the characteristics of the topic, as well as the setting in which the learning takes place highly impact students' motivation to write. If stimulated properly students' writing might surprise everyone, including themselves. This task should be done by them and their teachers, alike.

Works Cited
Murray, Neil. Writing Essays in English Language and Linguistics: Principles, Tips, and Strategies for Undergraduates. Cambridge University Press, 2012.. Accessed 21 June 2022
Ramirez, Maria. ESL Learners' Writing Skills: Problems, Factors, and Suggestions. Journal of Education and Social Sciences (2016): .

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