As an alternative or extension to creating a narrative storyboard to illustrate areas of wellness, students can create an iInfographic that shows the various ways one can improve or maintain the areas of wellness identified. They can include statistics, imagery, and facts to help support their projects. These infographics can be printed out and serve as motivational posters to hang around the classroom or the school or students can keep them in their rooms as a colorful and eye-catching reminder to take care of themselves and goals that they can set for themselves.
The complexity of this activity can be tailored for any age group, and the instructions are customizable so you can be sure your students completely understand the assignment! For additional templates to add to this assignment, check out our infographic template gallery!
(These instructions are completely customizable. After clicking "Copy Activity", update the instructions on the Edit Tab of the assignment.)
Objective: Create an infographic poster to highlight the different ways that you can increase your wellness!
(You can also create your own on Quick Rubric.)
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The text on the poster includes important facts, is accurate and is pertinent to the topic demonstrating a solid understanding of the subject.
The text on the poster includes some important facts, is mostly accurate and is pertinent to the topic demonstrating an emerging understanding of the subject.
The text on the poster does not include enough important facts. The information is not accurate or is not pertinent to the topic.
The art chosen enhances the poster by symbolizing or illustrating important facts. Time and care is taken to ensure that the design is neat, eye-catching, and creative.
The art chosen is mostly accurate, but there may be some liberties taken that distract from the assignment. The design constructions are neat, and meet basic expectations.
The art chosen is too limited. The design appears rushed and incomplete.
Ideas are organized. There are few or no grammatical, mechanical, or spelling errors.
Ideas are mostly organized. There are some grammatical, mechanical, or spelling errors.
Storyboard text is difficult to understand.