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iRubric: 7th Grade Sketchbook Rubric

iRubric: 7th Grade Sketchbook Rubric

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7th Grade Sketchbook Rubric

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Rubric Code: NX92226
Students will have designated sketchbook time in class. Students will include research and notes in their sketchbooks as well as other sketches as assigned. Sketchbook entries may need to be completed outside of class.
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Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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Completion of Requirements
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Sketchbook was not turned in.
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*Most research, journal entries and original
sketches are incomplete.

*Entries are disorganized.
2

*Few research and original sketches are completed.

*Few entries are organized neatly
3

*Some research and original sketches are completed.

*Some entries are organized neatly with titles as specified in class.
4

*Most research and original sketches are completed.

*Most entries are organized neatly with titles.
5

*All research and original sketches are completed.

*All entries are organized neatly with titles.
Craftsmanship
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Sketchbook was not turned in.
1

*Sketchbook work is ineffective and completed with no effort.

*Entries are messy and are not visually pleasing.

*Pages are not secured; pages are simply placed inside the cover.
2

*Sketchbook work is completed with a limited degree of effectiveness and effort.

*Few entries are neat and visually pleasing.

*Most pages are not secured properly into the sketchbook and pages are falling out
3

*Sketchbook work is completed with some degree of effectiveness and effort.

*Some entries are neat and visually pleasing.

*Some pages are secured into the sketchbook.
4

*Sketchbook work is completed with a considerable degree of effectiveness and effort.

*Most entries are neat and visually pleasing.

*Most pages are secured into the sketchbook.
5

*All sketchbook work is created with a high degree of effectiveness and effort.

*All entries are neat and visually pleasing.

*All pages are secured into the sketchbook.
Respect & responsibility
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Sketchbook not turned in.
1

*Student does not use sketchbook time.

*Student does not make up missed sketching assignment.

*Student rarely does bellwork.
2

*Student uses sketchbook time minimally. Is often not working on sketchbook or distracting others.

*Does not start bellwork right away when entering class.
3

*Student uses sketchbook time wisely sometimes
Sometimes distracts others rather than working on sketchbook.

*Sometimes starts bellwork right away and puts some effort into bellwork.
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*Student uses sketchbook time wisely most of the time.

*Student does not distract others during sketchbook time.

*Starts bellwork right away and puts effort into bellwork.
5

*Student uses sketchbok time wisely all of the time.

*Student never distracts others during sketchbook time.

*Student starts bellwork right away and puts great effort and creativity into bellwork.
Effort & Perserverance
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Sketchbook was not turned in.
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>7 missing pages. Sloppy, no effort given.
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>5 missing pages. Sloppy, rushed work. Minimal effort sporadically shown.
3

*Up to 5 missing pages. Many pages show rushed work. The overall impression is one that the work was done only to fulfill the assignment. No ownership or pride.
4

*Pages done exactly to specifications. Effort is shown. Only the required was done.
5

*Artist has shown ongoing effort, often spent time outside of class to achieve exemplary results.

*Student included many sheets of unstructured work.
Creativity
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Sketchbook was not turned in.
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*Student did not experiment or try new ideas.
*Drawing was traced.
2

*Student was not open to new ideas
*Student did not use trial & error in sketch.
3

Student was open to a few new ideas, but showed minimal use of new ideas in sketch.
*Student used trial & error minimally in sketch.
4

*Student was open to new ideas and showed some use of new ideas in sketch
*Sketch shows some use of trial & error in sketch.
5

*Student was very open to new ideas.
*Student searched for new things to draw and sought new approaches to drawing.
*Sketch shows much evidence of trial & error in sketch.



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