Structured Breaks: Providing structured and targeted breaks can help unmotivated students who lack attention and focus. When a student seems bored, tired, unfocused, or distracted, a short break can give them a chance to address the issue. An agreed break place, duration, and format should be agreed in advance. For example, a 5-minute break at the back of the class to drink water, have a snack, stretch, and wake up. The teacher should make it clear that this time is to get ready to learn and the expectation is for the student to come back refreshed and focused. Praising those who do it well will help it be successful. It can help those students who struggle to focus for extended periods. It may be seen as a nice break from lessons and help unmotivated students put in more effort during the time they are in class. Breaks like this can even be used as a reward for unmotivated students participation or work.