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Ceramics I

Sculptural Bank or Bottle


Name:
______________________________________________________

Points out
of 100
16 = 100
15 = 95

Period: ________________ _____Date:


________________________

14 = 91

Title of Piece (if applicable):


____________________________

12 = 85

13 = 88

11 = 81

Total points earned by student grade = ________________


Total points earned by teacher grade =
____________
Points into percentage = _________ Grade =
__________

10 = 78
9 = 76
8 = 73
7 = 70
6 = 68
5 =
4 =
3 =
2 =
1 =
0 =

65
60
59
56
53
0

GRADING CRITERIA
CRAFTSMANSHIP
-Neat blending of seams, very stable.
-Stays together, attention to small
details.
-Precision in construction, not lumpy.
-No dents, rough spots, cracks, or
fingerprints.
DESIGN- ORIGINALITY
-Original/Innovative
design/texture/
form
-Artwork
demonstrates
comprehension and application of the
P&E.
-Balanced pleasing dynamic design
-Original/Innovative
form

design/texture/

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
-Stopper fits well, overall form is functional
-Stopper is recessed, does not protrude,
slot for coin is appropriate size, or pump
dispenser hole is proper size and height
(6 height on bottle
-Bank does not exceed 8 in any direction

4 - Excellent technique and attention to detail


3 - Strong technique- small problems
2 - Technique ok, but significant room for
improvement
1 - Technique weak, needs much improvement
0 - Technique poor and haphazard
4 - Exceptional expression in form- great P&E.
Reflection is thorough and thoughtful.
3 Artwork relates strong design and reflectionincorporation of P&E
2 Design/reflection ok, but significant room for
improvement
1 Design/ reflection poor, need to utilize P&E of
design
0 Design/ reflection haphazard, decidedly lacks
planning- or a copy
4 - Met all criteria and possibly exceeded
requirements
3 - Met all but 1 requirement

Translates to:
96.
A
100-5
+
92.
95.4-5
A
89.
92.4-5
A86.
B
89.4-5
+
82.
86.4-5
B
79.
82.4-5
B76.
C
79.4-5
+
72.
76.4-5
C
69.
72.4-5
C66.
D
69.4-5
+
62.
66.4-5
D
59.
62.4-5
D59.4-0
F

STUDENT
POINTS

TEACHER
POINTS

-Design elements utilized


-High daily effort
-Name/Period are labeled on bottom
Reflection on back complete.
Original sketch sheet stapled to this.
Student point column completed

GLAZING
-Glaze is even in appearance-not thick
or thin
-Correct glazes and all used correctly
-Glaze is cleanly applied, not drippy
on
sides or messy on bottom
-Interior of bottle is glazed.

2 Met all but 2 requirements


1 Met all but 3 requirements
0 - Little evidence of meeting requirements
4 - Exceptionally clean neat glazing, no issues
3 - Glazing clean and neat, few small problems
2 - Glazing room for improvement
1 Glazing poor- some large problems
0 Glazing very poor- in no way acceptable

STUDENT COMMENTS:
TOTAL POINTS RECEIVED
TEACHER COMMENTS:
See highlighted areas
Could take this to the next level

Project Reflection

Please answer the following questions by reflecting back to the process. Be descriptive and thoughtful in
your answers. Please write neatly. Staple your original sketches to this sheet.

1. At the beginning of construction, what form did you expect (or want) your pot to
look like? In the first box, recreate the drawing from your preliminary sketches that
shows your original plan for the pot. In the second box, draw a sketch of the actual
form of your pot.
Original Plan

Actual Design

2. What was your motive/ inspiration for choosing this design? Why did you create
this work?
________________________________
3. Was the form of the pot directed by you or the clay? What did you do to control the
form?
____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
4. What aspects did you find most difficult or challenging about the construction
process?
5. Which tools were your favorite, or worked the best for you in constructing your
project (including your fingers!)? How and for what did you use them?

________
6. What are some of the dos and donts you learned about this project construction
using the methods required in this project? You can use a list format.

________________________

REMEMBER TO ATTACH YOUR ORIGINAL SKETCHES!!