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Rubber (Linoleum) Block Prints 
A rubric that properly evaluates the artistic process through measuring the application of techniques and processes in creating a rubber block relief print.
Rubric Code: D246B2B
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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Relief Printmaking Process - designing, carving and printing a rubber block.
  Exceeds Expectations

4 pts

Meets Expectations

3 pts

Approaching Expectations

2 pts

Not yet meeting expectations

1 pts

No Evidence

0 pts

Envision/Composition

Planning a good design for the block printing process.

Exceeds Expectations

The design for the print was planned carefully; it shows a well-grasped and utilized understanding of the purpose of doing this type of block print as well as the use of the elements and principles of art to make an exciting composition.
Meets Expectations

The design shows some careful planning and the basic understanding of the purpose of designing for this type of block print process. Evidence of awareness, understanding and use of the elements of art and some principle of art to create a good composition.
Approaching Expectations

The design was planned fairly adequately but could be better with more awareness and use of the elements & principles to create an interesting and well-developed composition.
Not yet meeting expectations

Not much planning of the composition for the block print is evident.Student doesn't demonstrate the use of the elements of art or principles of art to create composition.
No Evidence

There's no evidence of a planned composition. It's haphazardly designed at best.
Express/Design Creativity

Inventiveness, expression of ideas and original style portrayed in the piece. Students individuality and personal touch shows in finished piece of work and unifies the overall design.

Exceeds Expectations

The artwork demonstrates original personal expression and outstanding problem solving skills. Project is creative and strongly reflects the student's individuality.
Meets Expectations

The artwork demonstrates some personal expression and logical problem solving skills.
The design reflects the student's individuality. Some care and pride was taken by the student to present a unique composition.
Approaching Expectations

The artwork demonstrates an average amount of personal expression and problem solving skills. The design somewhat adequately reflects the student's individuality.
Not yet meeting expectations

The artwork demonstrates little personal expression and problem solving skills. Project hardly reflects the student's individuality.
No Evidence

The artwork lacks evidence of personal expression. Project lacks unity and does not reflect the students individuality. Composition is lacking.
Engage&Persist/Develop Craft

Prints show control and experimentation over the medium. Printed images are neat and clean. Block was printed cleanly (few smudges, smears) Not over-inked.

Exceeds Expectations

The artwork shows outstanding craftsmanship,with clear attention to control and experimentation with materials. Block printed perfect, no smudges, smears or over-inked areas. All prints are signed and labeled correctly in the order of printing in the edition.
Meets Expectations

The artwork shows good craftsmanship, with some attention to control and experimentation with materials. Block printed good, no smudges, smears or over-inked areas. All prints are signed and labeled correctly in the order they were printed.
Approaching Expectations

The artwork shows average craftsmanship and average attention to control and experimentation with materials. Block printed well, few smudges, smears or over-inked areas. Most prints are signed and numbered correctly.
Not yet meeting expectations

The artwork shows minimal craftsmanship and little attention to control, or improve experimentation with materials. Block prints have some smudges, smears or over-inked areas.
No Evidence

The artwork shows no craftsmanship and no attention to control and experimentation with the materials. Block printed poorly, smudges, smears and/or over-inked areas.
No attempt to improve.
Stretch&Explore/Creativity

Student shows an understanding of - and embraced - the printmaking process of carving and printing a relief rubber block and used the process to make an edition of creative prints.

Exceeds Expectations

Evidence of experimentation and creative thought - a proliferation of prints (10 or more) with interesting and creative paper and ink choices and creative or deliberate ways of printing the design to make the edition of prints.
Meets Expectations

An adequate amount of prints in the edition (10) with
experimentation - various choices of ink and paper combinations as well as several ways of printing the design.
Approaching Expectations

Some experimentation with various combinations of inks and papers. A limited, basically printed, edition.
May not have finished the 10 prints adequately.
Not yet meeting expectations

Not much attempt to try different inks or papers and didn't make 10 prints.
No Evidence

No attempt.
Engage&Persist/Effort

Work ethic; time dedicated to the project inside and/or out of class. Creative problem solving demonstrated when working through the creative process. Project turned in on time.
Name on project.

Exceeds Expectations

The student put forth extraordinary effort to complete the project as well as possible; used class time extremely well.
Meets Expectations

The student put forth reasonable effort required to complete the project well; used class time well.
Approaching Expectations

The student put forth a fair effort required to finish the project; used some class time adequately.
Not yet meeting expectations

The student put forth little effort required to finish the project; class time was not used well.
No Evidence

The student put forth no effort or the project was not completed; class time was not used well.



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