Preview and Print Rubric

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UXT Task 2 (0917) Select the performance descriptors that you want to include in your printout.

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NOT EVIDENT APPROACHING COMPETENCE COMPETENT

A1. INITIAL THOUGHTS The submission does not provide an appropriate description of initial

thoughts and/or feelings about the

work.

The submission provides a description,

with insuf cient detail, of initial

thoughts and/or feelings about the

work.

The submission provides an

appropriate description, with suf cient

detail, of initial thoughts and/or

feelings about the work.

A2. ASPECT(S) OF INTEREST The submission does not provide an appropriate description of at least 1

aspect of particular interest from the

selected work.

The submission provides a description,

with insuf cient detail, of at least 1

aspect of particular interest from the

selected work.

The submission provides an

appropriate description, with suf cient

detail, of at least 1 aspect of particular

interest from the selected work.

B1. HISTORICAL CONTEXT The submission does not provide an appropriate description of the

historical context of the period in

which the work was created.

The submission provides a description,

with insuf cient detail, of the historical

context of the period in which the work

was created.

The submission provides an

appropriate description, with suf cient

detail, of the historical context of the

period in which the work was created.

B2. INSIGHTS INTO THE WORK The submission does not provide a discussion of how the artist’s

biography provides insights into the

work.

The submission provides a discussion,

with insuf cient detail, of how the

artist’s biography provides insights

into the work.

The submission provides a logical

discussion, with suf cient detail, of

how the artist’s biography provides

insights into the work.

NOT EVIDENT APPROACHING COMPETENCE COMPETENT

B3. EXPLORATION OF A PARTICULAR THEME

The submission does not provide an

analysis of how the work explores a

particular theme and/or stylistic

characteristic from its period.

The submission provides an analysis,

with insuf cient detail, of how the

work explores a particular theme

and/or stylistic characteristic from its

period.

The submission provides a plausible

analysis, with suf cient detail, of how

the work explores a particular theme

and/or stylistic characteristic from its

period.

B4. RELEVANCE OF THE WORK The submission does not provide a logical explanation of the relevance of

the work for today’s audiences.

The submission provides an

explanation, with insuf cient detail, of

the relevance of the work for today’s

audiences.

The submission provides a logical

explanation, with suf cient detail, of

the relevance of the work for today’s

audiences.

C. EFFECT OF ANALYSIS ON PERCEPTION

The submission does not provide a

logical discussion of how initial feelings

or thoughts towards the work changed

as a result of the analysis.

The submission provides a discussion,

with insuf cient detail, of how initial

feelings or thoughts towards the work

changed as a result of the analysis.

The submission provides a logical

discussion, with suf cient detail, of

how initial feelings or thoughts

towards the work changed as a result

of the analysis.

D. SOURCES The submission does not include both in-text citations and a reference list for

sources that are quoted, paraphrased,

or summarized.

The submission includes in-text

citations for sources that are quoted,

paraphrased, or summarized and a

reference list; however, the citations

and/or reference list is incomplete or

inaccurate.

The submission includes in-text

citations for sources that are properly

quoted, paraphrased, or summarized

and a reference list that accurately

identi es the author, date, title, and

source location as available.

NOT EVIDENT APPROACHING COMPETENCE COMPETENT

E. PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

Content is unstructured, is disjointed,

or contains pervasive errors in

mechanics, usage, or grammar.

Vocabulary or tone is unprofessional

or distracts from the topic.

Content is poorly organized, is dif cult

to follow, or contains errors in

mechanics, usage, or grammar that

cause confusion. Terminology is

misused or ineffective.

Content re ects attention to detail, is

organized, and focuses on the main

ideas as prescribed in the task or

chosen by the candidate. Terminology

is pertinent, is used correctly, and

effectively conveys the intended

meaning. Mechanics, usage, and

grammar promote accurate

interpretation and understanding.


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