In content-based lesson the teacher use active-learning strategies
to reach his goal that students can learn the content of the lesson.
With the help of the following the path of the activities, students
could learn content of the lesson.
Keeping students motivated and interested are two important factors
underlying content-based learning. Motivation and interest are
crucial in supporting student success with challenging, informative
activities that support success and which help the student learn
complex skills. When a student is motivated and interested in the
material he is learning, that student makes greater connections
between topics, elaborations with learning material, and can recall
information better . In short, when a student is intrinsically
motivated that student does better in school. When a student does
better in school, he perceives himself to be successful, gaining
positive attributions which will continue a circular learning
pattern of success and interest. "Situational interest, triggered by
environmental factors, may evoke or contribute to the development of
long-lasting individual interests". Because content-based learning
is student centered, one of its goals is to keep student interested
and motivation high by generating stimulating content instruction
When it comes to the evaluation, the teacher will evaluate if the
student. Also, the students will get grade according to each
person’s performance in the during the lesson activities. Their
grades will be based on the exams or the class activities'