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Ceramics 1 Southwestern Native American Coil Vessels

CATEGORY Coiling Technique Low Performance


(10+ Points) Coiling method mastery is not evident. Skill appears sloppy and inconsistent. Support "puki" is not properly used.

At or Below Average
(15+ Points) Coiling method mastery is attempted but major problems exist in technique. Puki support is used but not efficiently.

Exemplary At or Above Average Performance


(17+ Points) Coiling method mastery is evident. Minor flaws exist in smoothness and control of form. Puki support is used and demonstration of technique is followed. (17+ Points) Glazing is even but some minor flaws still exist. Glaze choice enhances sgraffito technique. (19+ Points) Coiling method mastery is evident. No flaws exist in form or smoothness. Evidence of coiling is nonexistent. Puki support is used and demonstration of the techniques and processes is followed precisely. (19+ Points) Glaze is even and consistently applied. No glazing flaws exist. Glaze choice enhances sgraffito technique.

Earned Points

Glaze

(10+ Points) Glazing is uneven or spotty. Project is left unglazed. Glaze covers sgraffito technique.

(15+ Points) Glazing is evident but still may be uneven and display some poor workmanship. Glaze that is seleted barely enhances sgraffito technique

Use of surface decoration: Sgraffito

10+ Points) Surface decoration is non- (15+ Points) Surface decoration existent. Student did not use the exists but appears sloppy and assigned surface technique. inconsistent. Slip is applied but is poorly done.

(17+ Points) Surface decoration exists and is consistently and properly addressed but some minor flaws exist in application of technique. (17+ Points) Student work displays good craftsmanship. Some minor craftsmanship problems exist.

19+ Points) Surface decoration exists and is flawlessly applied to the coiled form. Student has gone above the average requirement. Sophisticated sgraffito technique is evident. (19+ Points) Student work is very neatly formed. Coiling is controlled. There are no imperfections in the construction of the coil form.

10+ Points) Student made little or no General Craftsmanship: attempt to create a coil pot. Work process

(15+ Points) Student made some attempt to create a coil pot but the project is not well formed and has significant craftsmanship problems.

(10+ Points) Research and Native (15+ Points) Research and Idea American pictographs/motifs have not Native American Communication be used in idea development.

pictographs/motifs are used but little reference to Southwestern Native American pottery is evident in the final product.

(17+ Points) Resources, pictographs/motifs are evident and have been consistenly used and applied to the work. Southwestern Native American pottery design is evident in the product

(19+ Points) Research, pictographs/motifs have been utilized to their fullest potential. A thorough investigation of Southwestern Native American pottery is evident in the product.