Ms. Burke’s Common Assessment for Artwork
_____ 4 Demonstrates a more complex understanding of composition/form.
_____ 3 Demonstrates a complete understanding of composition/form.
_____ 2 Demonstrates an understanding of composition/form.
_____ 1 Demonstrates a limited/incomplete understanding composition/form.
_____ 4 Shows an exceptional level of precision, technical excellent attention to detail.
_____ 3 Shows a high level of technical excellence and attention to detail.
_____ 2 Shows some technical skill and some attention to detail.
_____ 1 Shows limited/incomplete technical skill and/or limited/incomplete attention to detail.
Process & Problem Solving
_____ 4 Demonstrates insightful use of processes and problem solving.
_____ 3 Demonstrates well-developed and effective use of processes and problem solving
_____ 2 Demonstrates somewhat effective use of processes and problem solving.
_____ 1 Demonstrates limited/incomplete use of processes and problem solving.
_____ 4 Communicates a message in a highly engaging, unique, and powerful way.
_____ 3 Communicates a message in a unique and moving way.
_____ 2 Communicates a message in a conventional way.
_____ 1 The message being communicated is incomplete/unclear.
_____ Intention: What was your intention in the making of the work/product in terms of what you wanted to communicate to the viewer or to yourself?
_____ Personal Decision-Making (Manner of Working): What personal decision-making did you engage in when making choices about what to include in the art form / subject matter? This might also reflect decisions having to deal with physical conditions that needed to be considered due to the nature of the work/product.
_____ Content: What is being seen in the work’s content? Be as detailed and specific as you can in describing what you have included in the work/product.
_____ Design Concept: Explain your incorporation of the art elements and principles as they relate to the design concept of the work/product.