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iRubric: PhotoShop Assessment: Movie Poster rubric

iRubric: PhotoShop Assessment: Movie Poster rubric

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PhotoShop Assessment: Movie Poster

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Rubric Code: F564B4
The purpose of this assignment is to give the student a project that will allow them to use many of their new skills in PhotoShop. Student will create a Movie poster of their own. The movie may be real or fictitious. Attention should be given to quality of images, use of tools, and creativity.
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Keywords: Photoshop
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   Business   Education  
Types: Exam   Homework   Project   Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent/ Proficient (A)
10 pts Proficient Knowledge
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)
8 pts Good Knowledge
Average (C)
6 pts Basic Knowledge
Below Average (D)
4 pts Not Really Understanding Course Assignment
Unsatisfactory (F)
2 pts Did not implement the required actions or elements.
File Properties & Setup
Excellent/ Proficient (A)

All elements included; 10.5x15, 300dpi, RGB color, all necessary elements of movie poster
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)

Most elements are included; but not All.
Average (C)

File created, but is missing one or more required elements.
Below Average (D)

A file is created, but is missing multiple elements.
Unsatisfactory (F)

Did not implement the required actions or elements.
Saving File
Excellent/ Proficient (A)

Correct Naming Convention, File Type & Layered Files via Assignment
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)

N/A
Average (C)

File Saving is missing one or more required elements.
Below Average (D)

N/A
Unsatisfactory (F)

Did not implement the required actions or elements.
Use of New Tools & Techniques
Excellent/ Proficient (A)

Has an advanced & knowledgeable understanding of Current Tool & Can navigate the software.
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)

Good Understanding of software & tools required for assignment.
Average (C)

Has a basic understanding of software & tools required for assignment.
Below Average (D)

Needs Better understanding of software & tools required for assignment.
Unsatisfactory (F)

Did not implement the required actions or elements.
Design & Improvement
Creativity
Excellent/ Proficient (A)

Several of the graphic elements and/or images used in the Project reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity in their assignment.
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)

One or two of the graphic elements and/or images used in the Project reflect student creativity in their assignment.
Average (C)

One or two graphic elements and/or images used in the Project were made or customized by the student, but the ideas were typical rather than creative (.e.g, apply the emboss filter to a drawing in Photoshop).
Below Average (D)

The student did not really make or customize any of the items in the Project. Elements were too basic.
Unsatisfactory (F)

Did not implement the required actions or elements.
Skills & Improvement
Excellent/ Proficient (A)

Student shows very extensive knowledge of photoshop and/or is showing extreme improvement from previous assignments.
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)

Student has updated their skills in photoshop and/or is showing some improvement from previous assignments.
Average (C)

Student has maintained skills in photoshop.
Below Average (D)

N/A
Unsatisfactory (F)

No signs of Improvement or Not applying learned skills
Written
Excellent/ Proficient (A)


Good / Fairly Proficient (B)


Average (C)


Below Average (D)


Unsatisfactory (F)


Creative Writting
Excellent/ Proficient (A)

Student has completed and recorded the narration for the movie trailer independently. Narration is inventive and adds to the image combination found in the poster.
Good / Fairly Proficient (B)

Narration is complete and recorded. Narration lacks a strong connection with the images used in poster.
Average (C)

Narration is complete but not recorded.
Below Average (D)

Narration is not complete. Has grammatical errors.
Unsatisfactory (F)

No attempt at completing a narration.



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