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iRubric: Final Photo Essay Project rubric

iRubric: Final Photo Essay Project rubric

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Final Photo Essay Project

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Rubric Code: NA34A3
The purpose of this assignment is to raise awareness and critical thinking by working on a series (20-30 photos). The pictures must have something in common at the concept level. Examples: pictures of an event in sequence, a series of photos describing a process, a series of photos describing an idea, a series of photos that describe a place. All images show a clear conection to Artist Statement. No words/characters/numbers are allowed in telling your stories.
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Keywords: Photo Essay
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   Humanities   Science  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent
20 pts
Good
15 pts
Acceptable
10 pts
Limited
5 pts
Photo Essay Format
Excellent

Used 20-30 photos as directed.
Good

Used 10-20 photos.
Acceptable

Used 10 photos.
Limited

Did not successfully complete assignment.
Creativity and Clarity of Theme
Excellent

All of the pictures used in the photo essay reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity in their creation and/or display AND all photos can easily be related to the concepts they represent.
Good

Most of the pictures used in the photo essay reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity in their creation and/or display AND most photos can easily be related to the concepts they represent.
Acceptable

Several of the pictures used in the photo essay reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity in their creation and/or display AND several photos can easily be related to the concepts they represent.
Limited

One or two of the pictures used in the photo essay reflect student creativity in their creation and/or display. Most of the photos were typical rather than creative AND only 1-2 photos can easily be related to the concepts they represent.
Proficiency with Online Tools
Excellent

Student demonstrated exceptional skill with both online photo searches and media tools.
Good

Student demonstrated mastery of online tools with limited assistance.
Acceptable

Student used online tools to complete assignment, but needed considerable help throughout.
Limited

Student did not demonstrate sufficient knowledge of online tools AND/OR did not complete assignment.
Neatness and Organization
Excellent

Essay is exceptionally attractive in terms of photo arrangements and neatness. All photos are clear and are high quality digital photos.
Good

Essay is very attractive in terms of photo arrangement and neatness.Most photos are clear and are very high quality digital photos.
OR
All photos are very clear but are not very high quality digital photos.
Acceptable

Essay is attractive in terms of photo arrangement and neatness. Most photos are clear and are high quality digital photos.
OR
All photos are clear but are not high quality digital photos.
Limited

Essay is distractingly messy or very poorly designed. It is not attractive. Some photos are clear and are quality digital photos.
AND/OR
Most photos are clear but are not high quality digital photos.
Publishing Online
Excellent

Student successfully posted photo essay online, per the directions.
Good


Acceptable


Limited

Student did not post the photo essay online as required.
Artist Statement
Excellent

Student completed artist statement with no grammatical errors. Concept is clear and words chosen clearly elaborate on the idea present in all the images. Student demonstrates reflection on their work and how it relates to others
Good

Student completed artist statement with few grammatical errors. Concept is present but not clear. Words chosen help explain the concept. Student shows little growth.
Acceptable

Artist statement is not complete and has many grammatical errors. Student shows no reflection on the process and their creativity.
Limited

Student did not complete Artist statement.



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