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West African Animal Masks 
Create a 3-D clay mask representing one animal with qualities you would want.
Rubric Code: MCW775
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric West African Animal Mask
  Level 1

10 pts

Level 2

15 pts

Level 3

20 pts

Level 4

25 pts

Use of Elements

Level 1

The student creatively used two or less of the five elements: line, shape, color, form, texture to represent an animal.
Level 2

The student creatively used three of the five elements: line, shape, color, form, texture to represent an animal
Level 3

The student creatively used four of the five elements: line, shape, color, form, texture to represent an animal.
Level 4

The student creatively used all five elements: line, shape, color, form, texture to clearly represent an animal.
Effort

Level 1

The student did not complete the project. The student had little focus and needed many reminders to focus.
Level 2

The student completed the project, but didn't focus. The student gave little effort.
Level 3

The student completed the project, but needed reminders to focus. The student gave some effort.
Level 4

The student completed the project with great focus. The student gave effort far beyond that required.
Craftsmanship

Level 1

Mask construction has several flaws that are noticeable. Pieces of the mask are broken. Student did not use materials safely or appropriately.
Level 2

Mask construction has flaws that are noticeable. A piece of the mask is broken. Student used materials safely or appropriately some of the time.
Level 3

Mask construction has small flaws that are barely noticeable. The mask is not broken. Student used materials safely and appropriately at all times.
Level 4

Mask construction has no flaws and is not broken. Student used materials safely and appropriately at all times.
Reflection

Level 1

The student did not write a reflection or the reflection was illegible.
Level 2

The student wrote a reflection, but did not explain which qualities the mask gives or why those qualities are desirable.
Level 3

The student wrote a reflection, but did not fully explain which qualities the mask gives and did not fully explain why those qualities are desirable.
Level 4

The student wrote a reflection clearly explaining which qualities the mask gives and clearly communicated why those qualities are desirable.



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  • masks, clay, West African


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