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Colored Pencil Drawing 
A rubric that properly evaluates the artistic process of using colored pencils as an artistic medium. It measures the various phases and approaches that are necessary in the assessment of a project or a work of art-burnishing, blending, form, proportion, scale.
Rubric Code: C246AA5
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent

15 pts

Good

12 pts

Basic Requirements

9 pts

Little or no effort

6 pts

Composition/Design/Planning

Thinking

Excellent

An understanding of all concepts and instructions is clearly demonstrated. All the contour lines are drawn correctly to show form. There is a variety of lines to add to the illusion of form.
Good

An understanding of most concepts and instructions is demonstrated. Most of the contour lines are drawn correctly. Their is some attention to creating a variety of lines to add to the illusion of form.
Basic Requirements

The artwork shows little evidence of understanding the concepts and instructions. The atwork shows limited attention to creating a variety of lines to add to the illusion of form.
Little or no effort

The artwork shows no understanding of the concepts and instructions. The drawing of the contour lines does not add to the illusion of form. There is a lack of understanding about variety and contour lines.
Craftsmanship/Use of Materials

Knowledge/Understanding

Excellent

The artwork shows outstanding craftsmanship. Reflects a wide range of a value scale. Artwork reflects great attention to light pressure and layering of the colored pencil. There is an understaning of using a complementary color to show form.
Good

The artwork shows good craftmanship. Reflects a value scale in the shading process. The artwork shows some attention to light pressure and layering of the colored pencil. Some attention to creating a variety of values using a highlight, midtones, and core shadow.
Basic Requirements

The artwork shows limited craftmanship. The value scale is flat and blended. the artwork shows limited attention to using light pressure and layers with the colored pencils. The value scale reflects a limited understanding of creating a highlight, midtones, and core shadows.
Little or no effort

The artwork shows minimal or no craftmanship. There is little or no evidence of a value scale or attention to using light pressure and layers with the colored pencils.
Creativity/ Challenge

Application

Excellent

The artwork reflects attention to using a variety of techniques to create an effective range of values and the illusion of form.
Good

The artwork reflects some attention to techniques to create correct values and the illusion of form.
Basic Requirements

The artwork reflects a limited attempt to use techniques to create correct values and the illusion of form.
Little or no effort

The artwork reflects little or no attention to using techniques to create correct values and the illusion of form.
Behavior/Effort

Communication

Excellent

The student put forth extraordinary effort to complete the project as well as possible; used class time extremely well. The student was continuously engaged in the production of the porject with minimal interuptions.

Consistently answered all refelction questions using the elements of art and principles of design with accuracy and clarity.
Good

The student put forth the effort required to complete the project well; used class time well. The student was engaged in the production of the project with some interuptions.

Usually answered all refelction questions using the elements of art and principles of design with accuracy and clarity.
Basic Requirements

The student put forth limited effort required to finish the project; use of class time does not reflect the students ability and potential. The student experienced continuous interuptions.
Somewhat answered all refelction questions using the elements of art and principles of design with some accuracy and clarity.
Little or no effort

The student put forth minimal or no effort; or the project was not completed; class time was not used well. the student experienced continuous interuptions that greatly affected their ability to complete the project.
Reflecrtion questions were not completed.



Keywords:
  • Art work, art project, art assessment, colored pencils







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