A single point rubric is a great way to simplify assessment. Stick this rubric on the back of work or at the bottom of a sketchbook page. Use it to assess the work yourself or use it for self-assessment.
This rubric assesses the accuracy, detail and tones/values of a drawing. There are two versions of this one-page download; one using the term ‘value’, the other the word ‘tone’.
There are lots of art assessment resources on The Arty Teacher website.
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