Art Integration “Message Making”
Young adults convey a message about a chosen health issue through research and poster production. This creative assignment could be an inspirational close to a health unit.
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- Eight questions guide learners through the planning process
- A due date is printed on the fourth page; since the document is in MS Word, you can easily make necessary changes
- No grading rubric is included, but you could use the Message Requirements or Elements of an Effective Message Poster to help create one for your class
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