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Architecture Study Abroad Brochure Rubric 
Below are the criteria for a well-planned and designed six-panel brochure. The program used is either Googledocs/Slides, Microsoft Word/PowerPoint
Rubric Code: GX96A8B
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Exceptional

Error-free, complete, and is exceptionally creative and innovative.

5 pts

Excellent

All elements are present and there are no glaring errors.

4 pts

Good

All of the elements are present, but there are so many errors that they take away from the effectiveness.

3 pts

Developing

Missing or incomplete elements

2 pts

Consistent Design

Weight x 1

Exceptional

All requirements are presented in a clever and professional manner and ready to publish
Excellent

Fonts are all of consistent size, color, and style;
Colors are consistent and easy to read;
Images are balanced in size and layout;
Margins are consistent;
No white space appears anywhere in brochure
Good

Fonts are nearly all of consistent size, color, and style;
Colors are somewhat consistent and easy to read;
Images are mostly balanced in size and layout;
Margins are almost consistent;
Minimal white space
Developing

Inconsistent fonts, color, sizes, and style.
Design seems too "busy" and makes brochure difficult to read;
Images are randomly placed or all in the same place;
Margins are not consistent;
There is a lot of white space.
Organization

Weight x 1

Exceptional

Organization shows thoughtful or clever placement of subheadings and text. Headings for each section are appropriate.
Excellent

Titles, subheadings, and text all follow logical outline order;
Placement of titles, subheadings, and text is easy to follow;
Information is complete
Good

Titles, subheadings, and text all follow a somewhat logical outline order;
Placement of titles, subheadings, and text make reading difficult;
Information is nearly complete
Developing

There is no logical order or flow to information;
Titles, subheadings, or text are missing;
Incomplete information
Content: Front Panel

Weight x 2

Exceptional

Title: ARCHITECTURE STUDY ABROAD: (Destination Name), a notable quote from destination with citation, an image that best capture the architecture of the destination and student name.
Excellent

One element missing.
Good

Two elements missing.
Developing

3+ elements missing.
Content: 1st & 2nd Inside Panel

Weight x 4

Exceptional

Title: DESTINATION’s NAME: ITS ARCHITECTURE HISTORY is included. Five (5) architecturally historical buildings located in destination are named and described. The architectural period(s) of time or era of architecture are included as well as the architect of each indicated. Clear and attractive images of each of the buildings
Excellent

One element missing.
Good

Two elements missing.
Developing

3+ elements missing.
Content: 3rd Inside Panel

Weight x 4

Exceptional

Title: (DESTINATION NAME’s) MODERN ARCHITECTURE Two (2) notable modern architects of destination are named and describe as well as the buildings they are notable for. Photo of building of each architect is provided.
Excellent

One element missing.
Good

Two elements missing.
Developing

3+ elements missing.
Content: Flap Panel

Weight x 2

Exceptional

Title: ARCHITECTURAL TOUR OF (DESTINATION NAME) Architectural tour map of destination complete with legend/key is provided with a summary highlighting a minimum of two architectural attractions.
Excellent

One element missing.
Good

Two elements missing.
Developing

3+ elements missing.
Content: Back Panel

Weight x 4

Exceptional

Title: WHY STUDY (DESTINATION NAME) is included. Why this destination is important to the studies of architecture is clearly identified and persuasive. ie. Is it important for modern architecture? Building technology? History?
Excellent

One element missing. Information is complete but not persuasive.
Good

Two elements missing. Information is somewhat complete but not persuasive.
Developing

3+ elements missing. The information lacks clarity and therefor is not persuasive.
Visual Appeal

Weight x 1

Exceptional

Clever and professional design that compels reader to open brochure. Graphics and design add information through captions or clear data to the reader's understanding.
Excellent

Design makes reader want to learn more;
Fonts, style, and design are appropriate and complement the topic;
Graphics draw reader's attention
Good

Design is adequate, but unexciting;
Fonts, style, and design are somewhat distracting;
Graphics are ill-placed or do not enhance reader's understanding of topic
Developing

Dull design;
Fonts, style, and design are very distracting;
Graphics confuse the reader or are distorted.
Conventions

Weight x 1

Exceptional

There are no conventions errors. No grammatical nor spelling errors. All respective information is cited. All images have captions and proper credit/sources.
Excellent

There are very few errors;
Small errors do not prevent reader from enjoying and reading brochure. 1 - 2 grammatical errors. 1 - 2 punctuation errors. 1 image not captioned. 1 image not sourced. 1 respective piece of information not sourced.
Good

There are several errors;
Errors are distracting and prevent reader from enjoying and reading brochure. 2 - 5 grammatical errors. 2 - 5 punctuation errors. 2 images not captioned. 2 images not sourced. 2 respective piece of information not sourced.
Developing

There are so many errors that the reader stops reading. 5+ grammatical errors, 5+ spelling errors. 2+ images not captioned. 2+ images and information not sourced.



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