Dream vision project

Vision Board                                                                                Name:
Honors 2 English                                                                         Due:
 
Goal & Dream Setting Vision Boards
You will reflect upon, document and present your personal dreams and goals in the form of a personal “Vision Board.”A vision board is simply a visual representation or collage of the things that you want to have, be, or do in your life. It consists of a presentation using Prezi, posterboard, baiboard, or Notability, of images, pictures, drawings and/or writing on it of the things that you want in your life or the things that you want to become.
 
Creating a vision board is a fun and creative way for you to become clear on your dreams and desires and transform them into reality. We become what we think about and our lives are created from our thoughts. Unfortunately, we spend much of our lives thinking about what we don’t want and often that is what we draw into our lives. One of the most powerful aspects of a vision board is that you create a visual representation of your dreams and desires helping you to put your attention on what you want to bring into your life.
What does a Vision Board Do?

  1. A vision Board helps us to become very clear about what we want.
  2. A Vision Board makes your goals visible and keeps them in front of your eyes.
  3. A Vision Board reminds you of what you want.
  4. A Vision Board allows you to choose your goals.
  5. A Vision Board reminds you of what you are working for.
  6. A Vision Board keeps you in a positive mood – as you put your attention on it you will feel yourself receiving what you desire.
  7. A vision Board allows you to create a purpose in life.

Instructions: Create a list of images you would like to include on your vision board.  The following categories should be represented:

  • Emotions (what do you want to feel?)
  • Relationships (who do you want to have close relationships with?)
  • Education (what education do you see yourself pursuing?)
  • Work (what work do you see yourself doing for a living?)
  • Required Skills (what skills would you need to do your work, hobbies?)
  • Location (where do you see yourself living – both city/town, type of dwelling?)
  • Recreational Activities (what would you like to do in your spare time?)
  • Lifestyle (how much money do you want to have)
  1. Select approximately 5-7 images that best illustrate your above goals or dreams
  2. Create text to describe images, thoughts or feelings.
  3. Arrange images on poster or bulletin board paper in a meaningful manner.

Rough Draft due ___________________________     Final Draft due ___________________________
Goal Setting & Dream Board Rubric
NAME:___________________________

 
Category
 
 
 
5 (A)
 
4 (B)
 
3 (C)
 
2 (D)
 
 
 
Dream Board:
Quality of
Construction
The collage shows considerable attention to construction. The items are neatly trimmed. All items are carefully and securely attached to the backing. There are no stray marks, smudges or glue stains. Nothing is hanging over the edges. The collage shows attention to construction. The items are neatly trimmed. All items are carefully and securely attached to the backing. A few barely noticeable stray marks, smudges or glue stains are present. Nothing is hanging over the edges  
 
The collage shows some attention to construction. Most items are neatly trimmed. All items are securely attached to the backing. A few barely noticeable stray marks, smudges or glue stains are present. Nothing hanging over the edges.
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The collage was put together sloppily. Items appear to be just “slapped on”. Pieces may be loose or hanging over the edges. Smudges, stains, rips, uneven edges, and/or stray marks are evident.
 
 
Dream Board:
Attention to
Theme
 
 
The student gives a reasonable explanation of how every item in the collage is related to the assigned theme. For most items, the relationship is clear without explanation.
 
 
The student gives a reasonable explanation of how most items in the collage are related to the assigned theme. For many of the items, the relationship is clear without explanation.
 
The student gives a fairly reasonable explanation of how most items in the collage are related to the assigned theme.
 
The student’s explanations are weak and illustrate difficulty understanding how to relate items to the assigned theme.
 
 
Dream Board:
Number of Items
 
The collage includes 10 different items.
 
The collage includes 9 different items.
 
The collage includes 8 different items.
 
The collage includes less than 5 different items.
 
 
Dream Board:
Graphics/
Originality
 
Several of the graphics used on the poster reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity in their creation and/or display.
 
One or two of the graphics used on the poster reflect student creativity in their creation and/or display. Graphics reflect some creativity; however, more originality is needed.  
The graphics are made by the student, but are based on the designs or ideas of others.
 
 
 
Writing:
Dream
Explanations
 
Explanation of five dreams- full description of goals, length of achievement, process, obstacles and life changes.
 
Explanation of four dreams- full description of goals, length of achievement, process, obstacles and life changes. Explanation of three dreams- full description of goals, length of achievement, process, obstacles and life changes. Explanation of two dreams- full description of goals, length of achievement, process, obstacles and life changes.
 
Writing:
Conventions of Language
 
Demonstrates comprehensive mastery of grammar, spelling, punctuation and citation
 
Demonstrates knowledge  of grammar, spelling, punctuation and citation
 
 
Frequent errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation and citation
 
 
Significant errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation and citation that make comprehension difficult.
 
 
Total:    
 
 
__________ / 30=
 
________/100