How am I Graded in Art?

Fowler School Art Rubric

 

Letter Grade

A

B

C

D

Visual Art

Standards

 

Goes Beyond

All

Requirements

Fulfills The

Requirements

Attempts

Some

Requirements

Does Not Attempt

Any of  The

Requirements

Effort

 

Original and

Heart-Felt Effort

Consistent

Effort

Just Gets it

Over With

No Effort

Craftsmanship

 

Careful, Clean and Organized. Shows pride in work.

Carefully Done

Good Job But

Could Be Better.

Sloppy and

Careless

Creativity

 

Work Shows Deep

Understanding

Of Lesson.

Understands

Lesson

Copies others work, Only Traces.

Little or No Thought

 

Visual Art Standards:  Each lesson will target particular elements and principles of design.  Your requirements in class are to observe new art techniques, explore new mediums and recognize examples of historic artists. Where you able to show mastery of these elements and principles of design in your work?

 

Effort:  You are expected to come to class with a positive attitude and try your best on each assignment.  You should use your class time wisely to plan, develop and complete assignments on time.

 

Craftsmanship:  This is the skill in which you can handle a medium/material.  Does your work look clean, finished and ready to be graded? Did you carefully create with attention to detail?

 

Creativity:  Art requires immense thought and concentration.  Can you come up with an original idea of your own?  Can you take the skills you learned in class and develop something unique? 

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Sean Perham,
Oct 5, 2010, 1:40 PM
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