While I was tutoring fellow students I noticed they did not want to do the actual work or look in the back of the book for definitions. They sat there and waited until I gave more to an answer or told them additional info. I told them that I would not just give them the answers because they would never learn that way. But how I did change them to start actually doing their own work was to relate the subject to their everyday lives. One student, who was a bagpipe player told me the cost of the bus, the amount of pay to play in a parade and other various expenses and I told him what you did there was basic accounting. He seemed kind of amazed that he had been doing this the whole time, just not out of a text book. Once I started relating his hobby to the subject he started being more interested and started doing more of his own work. So I find that relating a subject to the students or make it conform to their everyday lives will make them want to try to learn more as long as it is beneficial to know.