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iRubric: Tin Foil Low Relief Sculptures rubric

iRubric: Tin Foil Low Relief Sculptures rubric

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Tin Foil Low Relief Sculptures

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Rubric Code: XX92WB9
Students experimented with lines to form abstract art. They were asked to use a variety of lines of media to create a tin foil low relief sculpture.Students stressed the idea of varied line and spent time discovering color schemes.
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Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Use of Principle of Design
Excellent

Student uses a variety of lines to create an interesting composition.
Good

At least three different lines are used. Artwork is unique to student.
Fair

Two different lines are used. Offers some visual interest and variation.
Poor

use of line is minimal, and does not show interest.
Line Quality
Excellent

Each line shows a variety of line characteristics.
Good

Variation of line was used to show changes throughout the design.
Fair

Line was sometimes drawn and constructed with care.
Poor

No care or very little care was given to the composition.
Composition/Design: Planning
Excellent

The student demonstrated outstanding skill in line and color.
Good

Thought was given to the arrangement of line and color.
Fair

Some thought was given to the arrangement of line and color.
Poor

No thought was given to the arrangement or placement of line and color.
Craftmansship/Finish
Excellent

Media is used carefully and skillfully. Student used class time to their advantage and took great pride in their work.
Good

Media is used carefully and skillfully and the sculpture is completely finished.
Fair

Media is used fairly well but could be improved or cleaned up.
Poor

Sculpture is unfinished or appears messy and needs attention.
Color Scheme
Excellent

Student followed all directions and added one of the color schemes that was learned in class effectively.
Good

Student followed directions but added one color that did not apply to the specific color scheme that was learned in class.
Fair

Student followed some of the directions and added 2 or more colors that did not apply to a color scheme learned in class.
Poor

Student did not follow directions and include a specific color scheme learned in class.
Time Management
Excellent

Used class time well, did not finish early and did not need extra time. Stayed focused the entire time and did not need redirection.
Good

sed class time fairly well, needed a day extension or finished a day early. Stayed focused most of the time. Needed little redirection.
Fair

Incorporation of previous knowledge regarding realistic proportions of the face and body is apparent in the comic. Needed quite a bit of redirection, and did not used class time well.
Poor

Poor incorporation of previous knowledge in the creation of the comic. Class time not used effectively.



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