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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Project

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MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS POSTER PROJECT
Abraham Maslow (1098-1970) started his professional career as a behaviorist, however moved on to
become a psychoanalyst. In 1943, in a paper titled “A Theory of Human Motivation”, he proposed the
psychological theory known as Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. He suggested that we have two different
types of need –
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The first four levels of the pyramid and are needs relating to survival and focusing on deficiencies
(D-needs)
The final layer and needs relating to psychological growth and focusing on being ourselves and
everything we are capable of becoming (B-needs)
Maslow suggested we focus on the first level of motivation and then once that is met then we can focus
on the next level. The Abraham Maslow – Hierarchy of Needs are as follows:
Creating Your Own Hierarchy of Needs
Now you have seen Maslow’s hierarchy of Needs, you are now going to create your own. If you are not
sure where to start, following are a few questions that hopefully can help you identify what you truly
need, so you no longer feel a sense of deprivation. Answer the questions below. As you are writing down
your answers make sure you are as specific as possible. What do I mean by this? Instead of writing “I feel
deprived because I have to time to myself”, which is quite vague, you might like to say, “I feel deprived of
quiet, uninterrupted time to do what I love to do. Having time to do something just for me, such as going
for a walk on the beach, have a relaxing bath, going to a movie or talking to a friend on the phone.”
Here are the questions –
1. Are there any places in your life when you are starving yourself of what you need to live a fulfilling
life? For example – are you getting enough sleep, eating food that nourishes your body or doing
everything yourself?
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2. What do you need more of in your life right now? For example – do you need more support?
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3. Is there anything in your life you need less of? Think of things that you have in abundance.
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4. What would you like to be right now? Is there any resistance to allowing yourself to achieve it? If so,
what is it?
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5. What goals will you set for yourself personally, academically, and socially? What will you feel if you
meet these goals?
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Once you identified your needs in each level, make your own Hierarchy of Needs Pyramid using a
computer program (ex. word or paint) or draw it by hand. Your pyramid should be creative and colorful.
You must label each level and write the needs that you were able to identify. Below the pyramid write
(your name) ’s Hierarchy of Needs. Use quarter of a poster board.
Include this worksheet and rubric together when you turn in your project.
Hierarchy of Needs Poster Project Rubric
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Required
Elements
The poster
includes all
required elements
as well as
additional
information.
All required
elements are
included on the
poster.
All but 1 of the
required
elements are
included on the
poster.
Several required
elements were
missing.
Labels
All items of
importance on the
poster are clearly
labeled with labels
that can be read
from at least 3 feet
away.
Almost all items of
importance on the
poster are clearly
labeled with labels
that can be read
from at least 3 feet
away.
Many items of
importance on
the poster are
clearly labeled
with labels that
can be read from
at least 3 feet
away.
Labels are too
small to view OR
no important items
were labeled.
Graphics Relevance
All graphics are
related to the topic
and make it easier
to understand. All
borrowed graphics
have a source
citation.
All graphics are
related to the topic
and most make it
easier to
understand. Some
borrowed graphics
have a source
citation.
All graphics
relate to the
topic. One or two
borrowed
graphics have a
source citation.
Graphics do not
relate to the topic
OR several
borrowed graphics
do not have a
source citation.
Attractivenes The poster is
s
exceptionally
attractive in terms
of design, layout,
and neatness.
The poster is
attractive in terms
of design, layout,
and neatness.
The poster is
acceptably
attractive though
it may be a bit
messy.
The poster is
distractingly
messy or very
poorly designed. It
is not attractive.
Grammar
There are 1-2
grammatical/mech
anical mistakes on
the poster.
There are 3-4
grammatical/mec
hanical mistakes
on the poster.
There are more
than 4
grammatical/mech
anical mistakes on
the poster
There are no
grammatical/mech
anical mistakes on
the poster.
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