V.E341

Pop Art Principles and Elements

Pop Art Principles and Elements

Students will use a stencil to trace a repeated image in each space on a four-by-four grid on a given sheet of 12″ x 12″ white drawing paper. They will then create a full-color illustration of one element of art and principle of design in each image. Finally, students may respond to a quiz about the elements of art and principles of design. These questions may be used as a pre- and post-assessment. This assessment could be administered at a lower grade if only the elements of art are assessed.

This item has been voluntarily field-tested by Michigan teachers with a non-representative sample of students.


This is an analytic rubric. The column on the left shows the dimension that is being measured in the student’s performance. The levels across the top row indicate the performance level in the dimensions. Occasionally all dimensions and performance levels are exemplified by multiple students in a single recording.

TEACHER SCORING RUBRIC–ILLUSTRATION OF REPEATED IMAGES

  • Dimension
  • Communicating Ideas

    Defined the elements of art and principles of design.

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  • Repeated Image Grid contains 6 or fewer elements and principles clearly labeled and illustrated correctly.

    N/A at this time.
  • Repeated Image Grid contains 7 to 9 elements and principles clearly labeled and illustrated correctly.

    N/A at this time.
  • Repeated Image Grid contains 10-14 elements and principles clearly labeled and illustrated correctly.

    N/A at this time. N/A at this time.
  • Repeated Image Grid contains all 14 elements and principles clearly labeled, well illustrated, and correctly represented.

    N/A at this time.
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