This assessing a drawing rubric is excellent for peer and self-assessment, or just to let your students know at the start of a project what you will be looking for when you mark their drawing work.
This has 4 versions of this one-page resource. This is so you can choose to use the rubrics that use the word ‘tone’ or ‘value’, and you can also choose to use the rubric with or without the words ‘Mastering Securing Developing Requiring’.
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