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Analysis of an Art Piece 
Rubric Code: Q23755X
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Limited

10 pts

Satisfactory

15 pts

Confident

20 pts

Excellent

25 pts

Identification

Artist, Title, Date, Medium, Subject Matter

Limited

Fails to correctly identify any components of the artwork.
Satisfactory

Only identifies one of the components of the artwork.
Confident

Identifies two of the components of the artwork.
Excellent

Correctly identifies all components of the artwork.
Describe

Literal objects, The Elements, Historical connections, Mood/Feeling

Limited

Gives a basic description of the artwork, but no other information.
Satisfactory

Acceptably describes the artwork and identifies the major elements of art, but does not explain the mood.
Confident

Describes the artwork in full detail and Identifies the major elements of art used and how they create the mood. Does not draw historical connections.
Excellent

Draws historical connections. Clearly describes the artwork in full detail. Identifies the major elements of art used and how they create a specific feeling/emotion.
Analyze

Color Theory, Principles of design, Lighting

Limited

Fails to correcty identify any of the priciples of design.
Satisfactory

Mentions one significant principle of design used here.
Confident

Discusses the principles of design used, but not how they enhance the mood of the artwork or create emphasis.
Excellent

Defines the most significant art principles an how they were used to organize the piece and emphasis the point.
Interpret

Meaning, How do you personally relate, Symbolism, Hyphothesis about its Purpose

Limited

Does not give meaning or purpose to the art work.
Satisfactory

Does not identify a purpose for the work. Draws meaning from personal observervation alone rather than an educated assessment.
Confident

Explains the purpose of the work/content. Forms an educated meaning, but does not attempt to relate to the work personally.
Excellent

Explaines the purpose of the work/content.
Forms an educated meaning for the artwork, and attempts to relate to the piece on a personal level.
Judge

Does this piece have intrinsic value?, Does it successfully convey it's desired meaning?

Limited

Fails to effectively evaluate the work of art.
Satisfactory

Student simply states that he/she likes or dislikes the work. No real 'evaluation'.
Confident

A personal evaluation is drawn but does not seem to comply with the observation, analysis and interpretation. Needs to defend their opinion.
Excellent

A critical personal evaluation is drawn based on careful observation, analysis and interpretation. The opinion of the critic is well defended.
GUMS

Grammar, Usage, Mechanics, Syntax

Limited

A large amount of grammar, usage, mechanical issues.
*Incomplete or run-on sentences
*A large amount of spelling errors.
*Errors interfere with readablility.
Satisfactory

Many grammar, usage, mechanical issues.
*Lacking developed sentences.
*Many spelling errors.
*Errors affect readability somewhat.
Confident

Some grammar, usage, mechanical issues
*Well developed sentences.
*Some spelling errors.
*Errors do not affect readability.
Excellent

Few grammar errors
*Well developed ideas and complex sentence structures
*Few to no spelling errors.










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