Arts Project Rubric Student Name: _________________________________________ Titl
Arts Project Rubric Student Name: _________________________________________ Title: _________________________________ Category 3 2 1 0 Presentation *Typed in professional font style/size & double spaced *One-inch margins *Title page If presented as a PowerPoint: *Title slide *Enough slides to represent ability *Follows PowerPoint guidelines (bullets, font size, etc.) *Uses “extras” (word art, clip art, transitions, backgrounds, etc.) *Meets all requirements *Looks professional For PowerPoint: *Title slide complete and creative *Advanced number of slides *Follows PowerPoint guidelines *Student uses more than 3 of the “extras” *Meets 3 requirements *Legible For PowerPoint: *Title slide present and complete *Adequate number of slides *Follows most PowerPoint guidelines *Uses at least 2-3 of the “extras” *Meets 1-2 requirements *Partially legible For PowerPoint: *Title slide present but incomplete *Not quite adequate number of slides *Follows some PowerPoint guidelines *Uses one of the “extras” *Does not meet requirements *Illegible *No title page For PowerPoint: *No title slide *Does not use “extras” *Inadequate number of slides *Follows few or no PowerPoint guidelines Content *Presents a minimum of 3 examples of artist’s work *Artwork is representative of artist *Submits 4 or more examples of artist’s work *Examples representative of all aspects of artist’s work *Submits 3 examples of artist’s work *Examples representative of artist *Submits 1-2 examples of artist’s work *Examples may not be representative of artist *Does not submit examples of artist’s work Evaluation *Student articulates purpose/ process/elements/principles/ materials used in artist’s work *Student can discuss all listed factors Answers are complete and show an in-depth understanding *Student can discuss 3 of the listed categories *Most answers are complete *Student can discuss 1-2 of the listed factors *Answers are incomplete *Student cannot discuss any of these factors Historical/Cultural Student can describe/evaluate genre used in relationship to culture/history of period when the art was created *Student describes all parts of artwork in relationship to culture/history; shows in-depth understanding *Student describes some parts of artwork in relationship to culture/history *Student incompletely/ unclearly describes meaning of artwork in relationship to culture/ history *Student cannot describe meaning of artwork in relationship to culture/ history Convention *Presentation is free of grammatical and spelling errors *Correct sentence structure where applicable *Relatively no grammatical &/or spelling errors *Errors do not impede understanding *Sophisticated word choice/ structure *Few grammatical &/or spelling errors *Errors occasionally impede understanding *Appropriate word choice/ structure *Many grammatical and/or spelling errors *Errors impede understanding *Immature word choice/structure *Excessive grammatical and/or spelling errors *Errors prevent understanding Reference *Reference page/slide with minimum of 3 sources *Student uses own words *Correct format used if quotations are included *Reference page is complete and entries are in correct format *More than 3 quality sources *Student uses own words *Correct format for quotations used. *Reference page is complete but some entries may have incorrect format *3 sources used *Student uses own words *Correct format for quotations used. *Reference page is incomplete/incorrect *Fewer than 3 sources *Student uses own words *Correct format for quotations not used. *No Reference page/slide *Work is plagiarized Score: __________________ (Student’s scores must average at least 2 to be proficient) Facilitator’s Signature: _________________________ Date: _____________ Colorado Model Content Standard for Visual Arts—Standards 1 (Observe and Learn to Comprehend) and 2 (Envision and Critique to reflect)—for High School Students: Standard 1, Mastery 1: Historical and cultural context are found in visual art [Evidence outcomes: a, e] Standard 1, Mastery 2: Art and design have a purpose and function [Evidence outcomes: a, c] Standard 2, Mastery 1: Reflective strategies are used to understand the creative process [Evidence outcomes: a, b, c, d, e] Standard 2, Mastery 2: A personal philosophy of art is accomplished through use of sophisticated language and studio art processes [Evidence outcome: c] Standard 2, Mastery 3: Interpretation is a means for understanding and evaluating works of art [Evidence outcomes: b, d]

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