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Collision Repair & Refinishing 
Rubric Code: W235CW7
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Subject: Vocational  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Sheet Metal Repair
  Proficient

25 pts

Basic

20 pts

Fair

10 pts

Poor

5 pts

Safety Precautions

Proficient

Student is knowledgeable of the appropriate use of all hand and power tools, as well as all major shop equipment, and demonstrates working in a safe environment.
Basic

Student is knowledgeable of the appropriate use of various hand and power tools, as well as most major shop equipment, but not all. Student demonstrates working in a safe environment.
Fair

Student is knowledgeable of the appropriate use of very few hand and power tools, and few major shop equipment. Student does not demonstrate working in a safe environment.
Poor

Student is not knowledgeable of the appropriate use of hand and power tools, or major shop equipment. Student does not demonstrate working in a safe environment. Playing with others while in the shop.
Basic Metal Working Methods

Proficient

Student demonstrates an understanding of how metal changes in a collision, can identify direct and indirect damage, and can perform basic metal work using the right tools.
Basic

Student is knowledgeable of how metal changes in a collision, can identify some direct and indirect damage, and can perform little or some basic metal work using the right tools.
Fair

Student is knowledgeable to some metal changes in a collision, can identify very few indirect and direct damage, and can perform very little metal work using the right tools.
Poor

Student is not knowledgeable to any changes in a collision, cannot identify direct and indirect damage, and cannot perform any basic metal work using the right tools.
Basic Masking Techniques

Proficient

Student properly demonstrates proper masking techniques, demonstrates knowledge of knowing proper tools and proper size of masking tape. Student performs masking job accuracy with correct paper and tape.
Basic

Student is knowledgeable of masking techniques, has knowledge of knowing proper tools and proper size of masking tape. Student can perform masking job well, with knowledge of correct paper and tape.
Fair

Student knows certain masking techniques, has little knowledge of knowing proper tools and proper size of masking tape. Student can somewhat perform a good on a masking job with little knowledge of correct paper and tools.
Poor

Student is not knowledgeable to any masking techniques, has no knowledge of proper tools and size of the masking tape. Student cannot perform any type of masking tape job, and does not know any correct tools or paper size.
Use of fillers

Proficient

Student understands the different fillers available in collision repair, demonstrates proper disposal of unused filler, proper storage and care for new or opened filler. Student demonstrates proper mixture of filler, proper application of filler, explains the need for different fillers, knows and demonstrated shaping.
Basic

Student has correct knowledge of the different fillers available in collision repair, demonstrates correct disposal of unused filler, correct storage and care for new or opened filler. Student shows correct mixture of filler, correct application, knows the need for different fillers and understands shaping.
Fair

Student knows about some fillers available in collision repair, knows little about proper disposal of unused filler and about the storage and care for new or opened filler. Student knows little about mixing filler, and knows little about the need of fillers and shaping.
Poor

Student has no experience or knowledge about the different fillers in collision repair, knows nothing about the storage and care of unused filler and about the storage of new or opened filler. Student knows nothing about mixing filler, and knows nothing about the need of filler and shaping.




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