This off-the-hook classroom poster motivates students who want to be famous, to succeed in school and graduate with a full education. This is the perfect motivational poster for building brighter futures for your students. Youth Change Workshops created this powerhouse intervention to connect with musical and artistic students.
This classroom motivational poster is part of a series of 24 posters, Set #S011. The posters are sold individually or you can opt to purchase the whole set. The set of 24 posters sells at a discounted price, or you can choose which individual series posters you want to purchase by looking at Posters #700 to #723. For students who dream of a future in show business, music, sports or media, this series of motivational posters called “Do you have what it takes to be a…” is a great way to show support for your student’s big goals.
Poster #703 excels at preparing students for what it really takes to achieve their dreams of being a famous singer. By addressing this ongoing issue, you are going to finally be working with more engaged students in your classroom. Show your class that they still need to work hard, finish school, and get their diploma, even if they plan on being the next big music star.
This powerful motivational poster motivates wannabe famous singing stars. Poster #703 was especially crafted to appeal to girls interested in becoming singers. A great addition to band room, choir room, after school program, classroom or school hallway, Poster #703 is eye-catching and exciting. Asking students, “Do you have what it takes to be a successful singer?”, this poster will help you stop wannabe singers from doing nothing in school or dropping out. It reminds students that “Before they hit the big time, first they hit the books.” The extensive list of job requirements for a singer, like “read contracts” and “pay staff, bills, and contractors,” will teach students that they are going to need skills like “money management” and knowledge of “employment law” in order to really be in charge of their own career.
By showing students the reality of the music business, you can better engage students who might otherwise check out of school. Instead of battling their dreams, show them that you support them and that you want them to be prepared for success. Student will be more connected in your classroom when they can see the benefits to their futures. Your students will thank you for believing in them enough to teach them what they need in order to make it big in show business.