Presentation on theme: "FINISH YOUR HOUSE – BE READY TO PRESENT!! Foundation – the part that gives strength and support: Who are the persons that live with you or who supports."— Presentation transcript:
FINISH YOUR HOUSE – BE READY TO PRESENT!! Foundation – the part that gives strength and support: Who are the persons that live with you or who supports you? Front door – the heart of the home: How would you describe yourself? Windows – allow us to see in and out: What do you think others see in you? Roof – Keeps the house safe day by day: What are your goals for this year? Chimney – allows smoke to escape out into the world: Your greatest contribution to the world will one day be …..
OBJECTIVE 1.01: EXPLAIN HOW HOMES MEET INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY NEEDS THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE. Interior Design 1
Your First Apartment or House!! Imagine you are moving into an apartment with other roommates. With a partner, create a list of needs and wants. How much per month do you think your needs will cost?
What influences our needs?
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs Abraham Maslow 1908-1970 Based his theory on motivation. Maslow believed all needs have a priority. Needs of one level must be at least partially fulfilled before a person can realize higher needs. Example: basic needs must be met before we are motivated to move to the next level
Biological and Physiological Needs Safety Needs Belongingness and Love Needs Esteem Needs Self-actualization Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs
Biological and Physiological Needs basic life needs - air, food, water, shelter, clothing, warmth, sleep, etc. The bottom of the pyramid includes all of the basic necessities to live.
Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs Biological and Physiological Needs Safety Needs protection, security, order, law, limits, stability, etc Includes safe relationships: feeling safe at home, school, work, and in the world.
Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs Belongingness and Love Needs family, affection, relationships, work group, sense of community Safety Needs Biological and Physiological Needs We fill this need so that we do not feel lonely or alone.
Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs Esteem achievement, status, responsibility, reputation Belongingness and Love Safety Biological and Physiological Self- esteem= how you feel about yourself Esteem = the respect others have for you
Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs Self-actualization personal growth and fulfillment Esteem Belongingness and Love Safety Biological and Physiological Needs Your life’s calling – something you were born to do
Self-actualization Reality-centered: differentiate what is fake and dishonest from what is real and genuine. Problem-centered: treat life’s difficulties as problems demanding solutions, not as personal troubles to be railed at or surrendered to. Different perception of means and ends: The ends don’t necessarily justify the means. The means (the journey) could be ends themselves. The means (the journey) is often more important than the ends.
Self-actualization According to Maslow, only a small percentage of the world’s population is truly, predominantly, self- actualizing. Can you think of people who fit into the self-actualization category?
Assignment Draw your version of Maslow’s pyramid. Label each part. Tell how each level of need is met through housing. Turn in.