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Activity Overview


This activity is a follow up to the self reflection activity. In this one, students will create visuals showing how they’ll improve or maintain the areas of wellness they identified in the previous activity. Have students copy their previous story. They’ll be keeping only their pie chart and deleting all the art in the following ones. Students will also be adding a fourth cell to this story. The three empty cells will allow each student to visualize how they’ll be improving their wellness.

By completing this exercise, students will have visualizations of what they should do, which is often the first step in goal setting. Students can look back on this storyboard at a later date to see if they've followed through with their plan and whether or not it's helping.

Lesson Plan Reference

Grade Level 6-12

Difficulty Level 3 (Developing to Mastery)

Type of Assignment Individual, Partner, or Group



Template and Class Instructions

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Student Instructions

Use the storyboard from your last assignment and create visuals showing how you’ll improve low levels of wellness.

    Copy the storyboard from your last assignment.
  1. Delete everything in the cells except for your pie chart.
  2. Move the pie chart to the first cell. Add an additional cell, for a total of 4 cells.
  3. Finally, create a visual representation showing how you’ll improve your three lowest areas of wellness.
  4. Title each cell with the specific area of wellness.
  5. Save and submit the assignment.


Rubric

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Raising Our Levels of Wellness
Students will create a storyboard that visualizes and explains how they can realistically raise their current levels of personal wellness.
Proficient Emerging Beginning
Visual of Levels
The explanation of the three lowest levels used exemplary text to describe the details of each area of wellness. The description effectively informs the reader why the individual has that rating.
The explanation of the three lowest levels used adequate text to describe the details of each area of wellness. The description informs the reader why the individual has that rating.
The description fails to inform the reader why the individual has that rating.
Raising Current Levels of Wellness
The cell used exemplary school-appropriate scenes, characters, and text to convey a realistic method of someone raising or maintaining their three lowest levels of wellness.
The cell used adequate school-appropriate scenes, characters, and text to convey a realistic method of someone raising or maintaining their three lowest levels of wellness.
The cell used inappropriate scenes, characters, and text. The student fails to convey a realistic method of someone raising or maintaining their all three lowest levels of wellness.
Structure and Grammer
The story includes titles which indicate the areas of wellness. There are few to no grammar or spelling mistakes.
The story includes titles which indicate the areas of wellness. There are some grammar or spelling mistakes.
The story does not include correct titles which indicate the areas of wellness. There are many grammar or spelling mistakes.




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