Pupil Guide: Step Six 2018-01-18T09:45:12+00:00

Project Description


TIP: The best posters demonstrate a strong connection between YOUR character attributes, other poster elements and future ambitions – so when talking about your inspirational person and quote, look back at your previous work!

Is there a person that you look up to and admire?

Your inspirational person can be anyone, but we ask that you do not choose a family member. For example:

An athlete that shows courage and determination, a political figure or speaker that shows integrity and a vision for a better world, a musician who has shown courage or creativity, a scientist who made a breakthrough discovery or a Nobel Prize winner who has changed the world.

Use the following questions to guide your writing:

Who is your inspirational figure?

Why do you find them inspiring?

Do they have ideals, values or characteristics that you would like to live up to?

Can you tell us why you think they have achieved success?

The ‘Examples Posters’ on this page might give you some ideas http://www.inspiringpurpose.org.uk/impact ; you might also find some inspiration on our Pinterest page: https://uk.pinterest.com/CharacterScot/

Next Step
See Example

While doing the poster, I have learnt a lot about myself, such as my strengths and weaknesses. I have discovered more about the talent I possess and how to use it for the welfare of the society. Then I came across great artists, like Van Gogh, Picasso, Rubens and great philosophers like Robin Sharma as sources of inspiration to lead a better life. Finally, I realised somehow, I have the potential qualities to be a great artist and make my country proud.

Lukkoo Deveindra, John Kennedy College, Mauritius