Assessment Model #1-Elementary Art Grade 5

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Assessment Model #1-Elementary Art Grade 5

  1. 1. Total Score: ______ Name: ________________________ ID: ________________ Date: ___________ Lakeside Middle School Quick Start © Visual & Performing Arts Art – Grade 5 Assessment Training Demonstration 2014
  2. 2. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 2 Preparation STEP 1. Establish the testing session that will begin the Lakeside Middle School Grade 5 test administration window. Allow time in the schedule for make-up test sessions prior to the end of the administration window. Keep in mind that the entire test is designed to be administered in two (2) parts over several class periods. Make copies of the test form and reference sheets based upon the number of students on your rolls. STEP 2. Review the test administration steps, understand the guidelines for administering the test, and arrange for the materials and equipment you will need. Prior to administering the test, review the test form, score keys, and directions located within the test booklet. STEP 3. Establish a controlled testing environment with appropriate testing accommodations. Administration STEP 1. Distribute the assessment to the students, while compiling a list of students who will need to make up the session. Say to the students: “If you have questions about any of the instructions that I give you, please ask them before the test begins.” STEP 2. Write and post in the classroom the “Start Time and Date” and “Completion Time and Date” for each part of the test. Ensure that the students complete the demographic information on the test booklet cover. Say to the students: “This test will be administered in two (2) parts. You will complete the first part today. The second part consists of Extended Performance (EP) Tasks that you will complete over several class periods.” STEP 3. Begin the testing session. You may use the following script on all days of testing. Be sure to hand out only the materials for that day’s testing. a) Say to the students: “Let’s prepare to start the test. After you have completed this part of the test, read quietly at your desk until the testing period is over, and I will collect the tests at that time.” b) Say to the students: “Remember to try your best on each question and task. If you need help during the test, raise your hand and I will come to your work area. If you have no questions, begin the test.” End the testing session. You may use the following script. a) Say to the students: “This part of the testing period has ended; I will now collect the tests.” Explain the procedures for students who need more time to complete the test. Pick up all test forms and secure all testing materials.
  3. 3. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 3 After Testing STEP 1. At the end of each testing period, ensure 100% accountability for all assessment materials and store them in a secure area. STEP 2. Use the rubrics to score each item or task of the completed tests. Enter the raw score (points earned vs. total points possible) on the test booklet cover for each student. Determine if the student’s score meets the performance standard. STEP 3. After all students have completed the test, including make-ups, collect and inventory all scored tests. Report student results in accordance with the district’s policy in terms of percent (%) correct or achieving a specific performance level.
  4. 4. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 4 DIRECTIONS: Read the overview and then complete Questions 1 through 4 in the space provided for each. You will have 45 minutes to complete this part of the test; it is worth ten (10) points towards your overall score. Overview Sketch a landscape using at least two (2) of the two-dimensional (2D) art materials your teacher has provided. Your landscape should reflect a historical and cultural detail from a period of art history we discussed in class. 1. List at least two (2) 2D art materials for your sketch. (2 points) _________________________________________________________________________ (0001.ART.GR5.SA-LV2-1.1) 2. In the drawing box on the next page (Page 4), sketch your landscape. Include at least two (2) major land forms (e.g., a river, a mountain) and additional features such as flowers, trees, and birds. (2 points) (0002.ART.GR5.SA-LV2-1.1) 3. Select a historical and cultural detail and add it to your sketch. Show how this detail relates to the natural resources in your drawing. (2 points) (0003.ART.GR5.SA-LV2-4.1) 4. Write a brief explanation (no more than three complete sentences) about why you chose the two (2) art materials you used. Include references to specific details in your sketch. (4 points) _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ (0004.ART.GR5.EA-LV3-1.1)
  5. 5. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 5 LANDSCAPE DRAWING: INITIAL
  6. 6. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 6 Question #5 Extended Performance Task Part A: Self-evaluation of Initial Drawing Part B: Final Drawing DIRECTIONS FOR QUESTION #5: Read the task overview below and complete the two (2) requirements according to the Part A and Part B instructions, which note the time allowed for each part. You will have several class periods to complete the assignment. The entire performance task is worth 40 points towards your overall score. Extended Performance Task Overview Using the Self-Evaluation Checklist, complete a self-evaluation of the initial landscape drawing you developed during the first part of this assessment. Include references to specific details in your drawing. Ensure that your self-evaluation addresses all categories of the rubric that you did not fully develop in your initial drawing. Use your self-evaluation to make revisions to your artwork and produce a final landscape drawing in the drawing box on Page 7.
  7. 7. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 7 Question #5 Part A: Self-evaluation of Initial Drawing In the space below, evaluate your initial landscape drawing. You will have 30 minutes to complete this assignment. (8 points) Self-Evaluation Checklist Dimension Criteria Needed Changes Art Elements and Principles – Originality (2 Points) My drawing shows a breakdown of the proportions of the land features, with attention paid to details, such as individual leaves, flowers, waves, and clouds. Art Elements and Principles – Color Scheme (2 Points) My color pattern is clear, with no part of the background showing. The arrangement of my drawing is unique and uses space to change color in a planned way. The color mixing and shift of the paint shows a wide range of tones. Art Elements and Principles – Workmanship (2 Points) My drawing shows full construction procedures. I have defined the land forms and fitted them together by using scratch, wet, press, and seal techniques. Fitted parts do not show gaps. Texture and shape of each land form are consistent with geographical formations. Art Elements and Principles – Communication (2 Points) My drawing represents the historical and cultural period of art history that I selected. My drawing shows the relationship between the historical and cultural details and specific natural features. My drawing creates a definitive overall mood. Part B: Final Drawing In the drawing box on the next page (Page 7), complete your final landscape drawing. You will have 60 minutes to complete this assignment. (32 points)
  8. 8. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 – Demo Page 8 LANDSCAPE DRAWING: FINAL (0005.ART.GR5.EP-LV4-1.2)
  9. 9. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 EoC-Demo Page 9 Lakeside Middle School Quick Start © Visual & Performing Arts Art – Grade 5 Score Sheet Training Demonstration 2014
  10. 10. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 Scoring Key – Demo Page 10 1. Short Answer (SA) “List at least two (2) 2D art materials for your sketch.” (2 points) 2 points The student’s response provides at least two (2) valid two-dimensional (2D) art materials. “I will use color pencils and paint.” 1 point The student’s response provides only one (1) valid two-dimensional (2D) art material. “I will use color pencils.” 0 points The student’s response does not provide any valid two-dimensional (2D) art materials. (0001.ART.GR5.SA-LV2-1.1) 2. Short Answer (SA) “In the drawing box on the next page (Page 4), sketch your landscape. Include at least two (2) major land forms (e.g., a river, a mountain) and additional features such as flowers, trees, and birds.” (2 points) 2 points The sketch is a well-developed landscape that includes at least two (2) major land forms. The student uses specific artistic techniques to illustrate different textures for different types of land and for more detailed features. 1 point The sketch is a landscape that includes only one (1) major land form, OR it contains two (2) major land forms but lacks detailed features. 0 points The sketch is not a landscape OR does not include any major land forms, OR no sketch is drawn. (0002.ART.GR5.SA-LV2-1.1) 3. Short Answer (SA) “Select a historical and cultural detail and add it to your sketch. Show how this detail relates to the natural resources in your drawing.” (2 points) 2 points The sketch depicts a valid time in art history and portrays relevant cultural details. The details show a direct relationship between the historical and cultural time in history and the natural resources in the drawing. 1 points The sketch depicts a time in history that is not completely related to art history, and some of the details are not completely relevant to a time in history, OR the sketch does not show how the historical and cultural detail relate to the natural resources in the drawing. 0 points The sketch does not depict a time in history and omits cultural details, OR no sketch is drawn. (0003.ART.GR5.SA-LV2-4.1)
  11. 11. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 Scoring Key – Demo Page 11 4. Extended Answer (EA) – Single Dimension “Write a brief explanation (no more than three complete sentences) about why you chose the two (2) art materials you used. Include references to specific details in your sketch.” (4 points) 4 points The student’s response provides an explanation for choosing the two (2) art materials and refers to specific details from the sketch for each art material. “I used paint to mix the colors and display a wide range of color, especially in the larger features such as the water and skyline. I used color pencils to add more clearly defined specific details such as the branches and leaves of the trees.” 3 points The student’s response provides an explanation for choosing the two (2) art materials but refers to specific details from the sketch for only one (1) of the art materials. “I used paint to mix the color and display a wide range of color, especially in the larger features such as the water and skyline. I used color pencils.” 2 points The student’s response provides an explanation for choosing one (1) art material and refers to specific details from the sketch for one (1) art material. “I used paint to mix the color and display a wide range of color, especially in the larger features such as the water and skyline.” 1 point The student’s response provides an explanation for choosing one (1) art material but does not refer to specific details from the sketch. “I used paint to mix the color and display a wide range of color.” 0 points “I don’t know.” (0004.ART.GR5.EA-LV3-1.1) 5. Extended Performance (EP) Task – Multi-Dimensional (Weighted) Scoring Rubric Dimension Advanced (4 points) Proficient (3 points) Basic (2 points) Below Basic (1 point) Art Elements and Principles-- Originality (8 points) Weight = 2 The drawing shows a breakdown of the proportions of the land features with attention paid to details, such as individual leaves, flowers, waves, and clouds. The drawing shows a breakdown of the proportions of the land features. All features are in proportion to one another. Some attention is paid to details, such as individual leaves, flowers, waves, and clouds. The drawing shows some breakdown of the major land forms, but following through with other visual cues--such as the height or depth of water or ground in proportion to the sky line--is not evident. Some attention is paid to details such as individual leaves, flowers, waves, and clouds. The drawing is not broken down into proportional segments. The placement of land forms and features is random and abstracts the realism of the drawing. Little attention is paid to details, such as individual leaves, flowers, waves, and clouds.
  12. 12. Quick Start © VPA-Art Grade 5 Scoring Key – Demo Page 12 Dimension Advanced (4 points) Proficient (3 points) Basic (2 points) Below Basic (1 point) Art Elements and Principles— Color Scheme (4 points) Weight = 1 Either a monochromatic or an analogous color scheme is clearly evident, with no part of the background showing. The arrangement of the drawing is unique and uses space of transition of color in a planned way. The color mixing and transition of the paint shows a broad range of tones. The application contours the shape of the land. A monochromatic or analogous color scheme is evident, but small portions of the background show through. The color mixing with the paint shows a range of either a monochromatic or an analogous color scheme but no awareness of contour color application. At least 60 %of the drawing fits into either a monochromatic or an analogous color scheme. Color mixing with the paint and its application is blotchy and not blended well; each color is separate, with an attempt made to transition from one color to the next. At least 40% of the drawing fits into either a monochromatic or an analogous color scheme. Color mixing with the paint and its application is blotchy and not blended well; each color is separate with no attempt to transition from one color to the next. Art Elements and Principles – Workmanship (12 points) Weight = 3 The drawing shows comprehensive construction procedures. Land forms are well defined and fitted together using scratch, wet, press, and seal techniques. Fitted parts do not show gaps. Texture and shape of each land form is completely consistent with geographical formations. The drawing shows some construction procedures. Land forms are well defined and fitted together using scratch, wet, press, and seal techniques. Fitted parts show some gaps. Texture and shape of each land form is present but not entirely consistent with geographical formations. The drawing shows inconsistent construction procedures. Land forms are only partially defined and show definite gaps. Texture and shape of each land form lacks consistency with geographical formations. The drawing shows very few construction procedures. Land forms are not well defined. Texture and shape of each land form does not relate to any geographical formation. Art Elements and Principles-- Communication (8 points) Weight = 2 The drawing demonstrates an accurate representation of the historical and cultural period of the art history it portrays. It shows a definite relationship between the historical and cultural details and specific natural resources. The drawing effectively establishes a definitive overall mood. The drawing demonstrates an accurate representation of the historical and cultural period of the art history it portrays. A relationship between the historical and cultural details and natural resources is not clearly evident. The drawing establishes an overall mood. The drawing attempts to demonstrate a representation of the historical and cultural period of the art history it portrays. A relationship between the historical and cultural details and natural resources is not evident. The model partially establishes an overall mood. The drawing shows a very minimal attempt to portray a historical and cultural period of art history. The model does not establish an overall mood. NOTE: Determine the total number of points a student earns for each of the four (4) dimensions by multiplying the number of points awarded (according to the performance level) by the weighted value of each dimension.

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