ELP Class Project

ELP Project - Information



Links: ELP Presentation Worksheet | Blog Rubric

ELP Art Project Grading


Your ELP will be graded using two different rubrics. Your grade will be assessed based on your final project and your blog posts.
  1. Project – The project that you present will be displayed in the school and will be 100% complete.
  2. Blog  Each blog post must contain specific criteria:
    1. Eight complete sentences with proper capitalization, punctuation, and no spelling errors.
    2. The Eight sentences will have:
      1. Two sentences that explain in detail a project update. What did I do on my project?
      2. Two sentences that explain in detail my biggest problem while working on my project.
      3. Two sentences that explain in detail the solution to my biggest problem.
      4. Two sentences that conclude your post. You may use the following to help you with your conclusion:
        • What do I plan to do next?
        • What materials do I need?
        • Or a simple wrap up.
    3. Two or more photos or images of my project must be in each post.
      • You are NOT required to be in the photos.
  3. Presentation – You will present your project using your blog, and your finished project. The presentation will illuminate the artistic highlights of your project explaining: the beginning, and subsequent phases of your  creative process. The blog must include visual documentation of the phases (e.g. photos, sketches, video, etc.) as per the criteria stated above. 
Students are required to email me a link to their Blog to receive credit for each of their posts on the specified dates specified in class.

Failure to do so will result in a zero grade for that post. You will receive an email showing how your grade was assessed using the rubric below.


ELP Project Rubric
Criteria
10
8
6
4
0
Project The project is present, and is complete.

The artwork is planned carefully; provides clear evidence of the concepts and instructions.
The project is present, and is partially complete.

The artwork is planned carefully; understanding of most concepts and instructions is shown.
The project is present but is not completed.

The artwork shows little evidence of understanding the concepts and instructions.
The project and artwork shows no understanding of the concepts and instructions or is incomplete. The project is missing
Project Display

Framed
Mounted
Hung
Freestanding

Considerable thought was put into how the project was to be displayed and has a professional quality. Some thought was put into how the project was to be displayed and has a professional quality. The project was framed, mounted, hung, or is freestanding but it distracts the viewing of the artwork.  The project was framed, mounted, hung, or is freestanding but it distracts the viewing of the artwork.  The project was not framed, mounted, hung, or is not freestanding.
Technical/ Craftsmanship

The project shows that much skill and care was taken in producing the project with
a professional
appearance or quality. 
The project shows that some skill and
care was taken in  producing art with  a professional
appearance or quality. 
The project shows little regard for craftsmanship or technical skill in the application of materials or medium used.

The project shows little regard for craftsmanship or technical skill in the application of materials or medium used. The project shows no regard for craftsmanship or technical skill in the application of materials or medium used.

Elements and Principles of Design




The project shows that much skill and care was taken in producing the project with
a professional
appearance or quality. Five or more of the Elements and Principles of design were used 

The project shows that some skill and
care was taken in  producing art with  a professional
appearance or quality. Four of
the Elements and Principles of design were used 
The project shows little regard for craftsmanship or technical skill in the application of materials or medium used.
Three of
the Elements and Principles of design were used 
The project shows little regard for craftsmanship or technical skill in the application of materials or medium used. One or two of
the Elements and Principles of design were used 
The project shows no regard for craftsmanship or technical skill in the application of materials or medium used.
The Elements and Principles of design were not considered.

Presentation
Eye Contact
Poise
Elocution
Eye Contact Holds attention of entire audience with the use of direct eye contact.

Poise - relaxed,
self-confident

Elocution clear voice with correct, precise pronunciation of terms, and loud enough for the audience to hear

Visually displayed 6 or more phases of the ELP.
Eye Contact Consistent use of direct eye contact, but

relied on the blog for notes.

Poise - Makes minor mistakes, but quickly recovers from them; displays little or no tension.

Elocution voice is clear. Student pronounces most words correctly. Most audience members can hear

Visually displayed 4-5 phases of the
ELP.
Eye Contact Displayed minimal eye
contact with audience, while reading mostly from the blog.

Poise - Displays mild tension; has trouble recovering from mistakes.

Elocution Student’s voice is low.Student incorrectly pronounces terms. Audience members have difficulty hearing the presentation.

Visually displayed 2-3 phases of the ELP.
Eye Contact No eye contact with audience, and the entire presentation was read from the blog.

Poise - Tension and nervousness is obvious; has trouble recovering from mistakes.

Elocution Student mumbles,incorrectly
pronounces terms, and speaks too quietly for a majority of the students to hear.

Only visually displayed 1 phase or less of the ELP.
The presentation was not performed or was visually missing  






Part I - Total ____/50
Project Score = 50(4) = 200 points.



ELP Blog Rubric
Criteria 5 4 3 1 0
Blog Editing The Blog post is cleaned up and well edited. Errors are hard to find.  The Blog post shows some evidence of being cleaned up The errors do not distract.  The Blog post is not cleaned up and the errors are distracting.  No evidence of clean up and many errors are present.  The Blog Post is missing
Project Update
Must have two sentences to receive full credit.
The Blog post provides clear evidence of how the artist created their project, using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of how the artist created their project, using one or two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of how the artist created their project, using only one sentence. The Blog post provides no evidence of how the artist created their project, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Project Problem
Must have two sentences to receive full credit.
The Blog post provides clear evidence of a problem that occurred during the design process using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of a problem that occurred during the design process using one or two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of a problem that occurred during the design process using only one sentence. The blog post provides no evidence of how the artist created their project, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Project Solution
Must have two sentences to receive full credit.
The Blog post provides clear evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred while working on the project using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred while working on the project using one or two two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred while working on the project using only one sentence. The Blog post provides no evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred during the design process, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Project Conclusion The Blog post provides clear evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next using one or two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next using only one sentence. The Blog post provides no evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Image / Photo The Blog post contains two or more photos/ image. The Blog post contains one photo/image. The Blog post contains two images but only one shows the other does not. The Blog post contains one or two images but they do not show The Blog post contains no photos or images.
Blog Post ____/30