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Orthographic Projections

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Rubric Code: BX9WC2A
This rubric will show the students ability to create an orthographic projection to the standards of the drafting industry.
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Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   Computers   Engineering  
Types: Project   Assignment   Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Orthographic Projection
Student shows the ability to properly project lines.
  Excellent
4 pts Student is at the Analytical level
Good
3 pts Student is at the Application level
Fair
2 pts Student is at the Comprehension level
Poor
1 pts Student is at the Knowledge level
Sheet Layout
20 %
Student places objects in their proper position/spacing.
Excellent

Student recognizes the finished scale factor and compensates by changing sheet sizes and spacing properly, based on the new image size.
Good

Student can apply a spacing based on the given formula, but doesn't always know how to create the proper formula, based on the object size.
Fair

Student understands whas scaling is or may know how to space drawings on a sheet, but may not be able to combine the process to create a proper sheet layout.
Poor

Student does not grasp the concept of scaling or constantly needs to be reminded of the formula to space objects on a sheet.
Linework
20 %
Student differentiates between the construction and object lines
Excellent

Student is able to display the difference between construction lines and object lines. Student is able to use the tools provided to create parallel or perpendicular lines.
Good

Student usually shows both const. and object lines and usually is able to create lines that are parallel or perpendicular when necessary.
Fair

Student sometimes shows both const. and object lines and sometimes is able to create lines that are parallel or perpendicular when necessary.
Poor

Student is showing one thick or thin line without relation to const. or object surfaces and does not use the tools provided to create parallel or perpendicular lines.
Object Information
20 %
Student showed all required lines in their proper linetype
Excellent

Student measures and draws objects accurately and object lines are shown with their proper linetypes. Students understands why each line displays necessary info.
Good

Student will usually get the proper measurements and uses the proper lintypes for objects. Student usually understands why certain linetypes are displayed on objects.
Fair

Student sometimes uses accurate measurements and sometimes uses the proper linetypes, but doesn't seem to understand why those linetypes are necessary.
Poor

Students improperly measures objects and doesn't seem to understand why the object linetypes are necessary to show properly. Student can't visualize 3-D.
Projections
20 %
Student created third view by projecting lines (not measuring)
Excellent

Student almost always uses projections to create the third view and understands how each view relates to the other.
Good

Student usually uses projections to create the third view and seems to understand how each view relates to the other.
Fair

Student sometimes uses projections to create the third view but shows some difficulty in understandind how each view relates to the other.
Poor

Student rarely uses projections to create the third view and doesn't seem to understand how each view relates to the other.
Dimensions
20 %
Student showed dimensions on all required sides of object
Excellent

Student dimensions each area of the object required to be able to construct the object and draws the dimensions approp. using correct lines, ticks and locations of dimensions
Good

Student dimensions each area of the object required to be able to construct the object and draws the dimensions approp.
Fair

Student dimensions most areas of the object required to be able to construct the object and draws the dimensions approp.
Poor

Student improperly dimensions the object required to be able to construct the object.



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