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CONFLICT- Aesthetic Valuing 
Rubric Code: T2XB486
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Public Rubric
Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: (none)

Powered by iRubric Aesthetic Valuing
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Description

Poor

Only one thing or nothing about the artwork is described
Fair

Only a few things about the artwork are described.
Good

A A basic description was made of the artwork, including: subject, medium and type.
Excellent

An in depth description was done on this artwork, including the genre.
Analysis

Poor

Only one or none of the elements of art and principles of design are discussed.
Fair

Only 2 or 3 elements of art and principles of design are discussed.
Good

4 or 5 of the elements of art and principles of design are discussed.
Excellent

All of the elements of art and principles of design are discussed.
Interprutation

Poor

A basic and simple meaning was found behind the art.
Fair

The art was interrupted and explained with minimal details.
Good

The interpretation included an explanation of the meaning and how the art made the student feel
Excellent

The interpretation included an explanation of the meaning, how the art made the student feel, the relationship between the meaning and the title and what the piece reminds the student of, if anything.
Judgement

Poor

The judgement was simple and not explained.
Fair

The judgement included evidence as to why the student came to the conclusion.
Good

The judgement included if the artist was successful (why or why not), evidence to support the conclusion
Excellent

The judgement included if the artist was successful (why or why not), evidence to support the conclusion, examples of how the artwork could have been changed
Oral Presentation

Poor

Student is inaudible and not clear with their presentation. Student did not appear prepared.
Fair

Student gave a presentation that had mistakes. Student could have used more time preparing.
Good

Student gave a good presentation with just a few mistakes.
Excellent

Student gave a clear and concise presentation.





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