Presentation on theme: "FINISH YOUR HOUSE Foundation Foundation – the part that gives strength and support: Who are the persons that live with you or who supports you? Walls Walls."— Presentation transcript:
FINISH YOUR HOUSE Foundation Foundation – the part that gives strength and support: Who are the persons that live with you or who supports you? Walls Walls – section off rooms and define different types of living spaces: What are the different parts of your life? Front door Front door – the heart of the home: How would you describe yourself? Windows Windows – allow us to see in and out: What do you think others see in you? Roof Roof – is like the goal of a house; it helps us know what kind of house it is. What are your goals for this semester? Chimney 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.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs Abraham Maslow 1908-1970 Maslow based his theory on motivation He believed all needs have a priority Needs of one level must be at least partially fulfilled before a person can move to the next higher level.
Physical Needs Safety Needs Belongingness and Love Needs Esteem Needs Self-actualization Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs
Physical 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 Belongingness and Love Needs family, affection, relationships, work group, sense of community Safety Needs Physical Needs We fill this need so that we do not feel lonely or alone.
How do homes help meet our need for belonging and love?
Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of Needs Esteem achievement, status, responsibility, reputation Belongingness and Love Safety Physical Needs 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 Physical Needs Your life’s calling – something you were born to do
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?
According to Maslow The needs of one level must be at least partially fulfilled before a person can move to the next higher level Basic needs must be met before we are motivated to move to the next level.
Meeting Housing Needs According to Maslow Draw a personal version of Maslow’s theory. It can be a pyramid or another shape you choose Label each of the 5 parts Tell how each level of your needs are met through housing Turn in Complete “Identify the Need”.
How does housing meet our needs? Physical Needs - Provides us shelter, keeps us safe, and gives us space for our possessions Emotional Needs - Gives us a sense of belonging and provides privacy Social Needs – provides space for various activities