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Art Critic Rubric 
Art Critic assignment
Rubric Code: Y22B5X2
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Exemplary

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Emerging

3 pts

Needs Improvement

2 pts

Content

Exemplary

Critique includes all four steps of art criticism (description, analysis, interpretation, judgment). Description and interpretation are very thorough, allowing the reader to visualize and understand the meaning of the body of artwork.
Proficient

Critique includes all four steps of art criticism, but supporting details are somewhat lacking. The reader may not fully visualize or understand the meaning of the body of artwork.
Emerging

Critique includes most steps of the art criticism process, but supporting details are lacking, so the can not visualize or understand the meaning of the body of artwork.
Needs Improvement

Critique only includes one or two steps of the art criticism process, and significantly lacks supporting details. It is very difficult for the reader to clearly visualize the body of artwork or understand its meaning.
Organization

Exemplary

The first paragraph introduces the artist, title of Exhibition and year of the work, leading into the complete description and analysis. The second and third paragraphs include interpretation and judgment with appropriate supporting information. No redundant information
Proficient

The first paragraph introduces the artist, title of the Exhibition and year of the work. leading into the description. The interpretation and judgment follow, with some supporting information. Some of the information is redundant or unnecessary.
Emerging

The artist and title of the exhibition are introduced, but there is a lack of logical flow of the steps of art criticism. The information "jumps" around among the different steps, and a lot of information is unnecessary or redundant.
Needs Improvement

The artist, title and year are not introduced in the body of the critique. There is no logical flow of information. The steps of art criticism "jump" around severely, making the critique difficult to follow and understand.
Sentence Structure

Exemplary

Sentences are clear, begin in different ways, and vary in length.
Proficient

There are no fragments. Sentences are mostly well constructed, with some minor errors.
Emerging

Sentences are sometimes awkward, making the meaning unclear. They don't vary in length. Many sentences begin with the same word.
Needs Improvement

Paper is difficult to read because most sentences are incomplete, run-ons, or awkward.
Word Choice/ Vocabulary

Exemplary

A variety of art language is used correctly, including new and challenging vocabulary.
Proficient

A variety of art vocabulary is used correctly.
Emerging

There is a lack of word variety, but common words are used correctly.
Needs Improvement

Simple words are repeated frequently, art vocabulary is used incorrectly, or words were copied directly from another source.
Conventions

Exemplary

There is correct capitalization, spelling, punctuation and grammar throughout.
Proficient

There are a few minor errors in grammar and punctuation.
Emerging

Spelling is mostly correct. There are a lot of grammatical errors, but the reader can understand what is being said.
Needs Improvement

There are so many spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors that the paper is difficult to read and understand.
Presentation

Exemplary

Presentation is colorful, and includes photos that help take the viewer through the exhibit. Includes highlights from the review.
The presenter is enthusiastic and engaging. The presenter also knows the information being presented without help from notes.
Proficient

Presentation includes some photos that give the viewer an idea or the exhibit. Includes highlights from the review.
The presenter keeps eye contact with the audience and knows the information with little help from notes
Emerging

Presentation has few photos and little information from the review.
Presenter rarely looks at the audience and uses many notes to present information.
Needs Improvement

Presentation is lacking photos and/or information from the review.
Presenter doesn't look at audience and only uses notes to present.





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