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Illustration

Skapad 2021-02-25 17:14 i Rödabergsskolan Stockholm Grundskolor
Grundskola 7 – 9 Biologi
BASIC SKILLS NOT YET ACHIEVED
BASIC SKILLS
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YOUR WORK PROCESS
You follow the instructions given in class. You ask the teacher when there is something you do not understand.
You follow the instructions given in class. You ask a classmate when there is something you do not understand, and then check with the teacher to see if you have understood correctly.
You follow the instructions given in class. You listen to instructions and ask a classmate when there is something you do not understand, and always take responsibility for the "next step" in your work
You follow the instructions given in class. You ask a classmate when there is something you do not understand, and always take responsibility for the "next step" in your work. If you have time left, you repeat the tasks we have gone through to constantly improve yourself.
YOUR DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS
The objects in your drawings and paintings can be distinguished by lines, highlights and shadow.
The objects in your drawings and paintings can be distinguished by lines, highlights and shadow. The objects are easy to recognize.
The objects in your drawings and paintings can be distinguished by lines, highlights and shadow. The objects are easy to recognize and you use charcoal, pencil, chalk watercolor and gouache in a way that makes your motif look three-dimensional. Your pictures always follow the golden ratio.
The objects in your drawings can be distinguished by lines, highlights and shadows. The objects are easy to recognize and you use charcoal, pencil, chalk, watercolor and gouache in a way that makes your motif look three-dimensional. You choose and experiment with paper, charcoal and chalk to find what suits you best. Your photos always follow the rule of thirds.
HOW YOU TALK AND WRITE ABOUT IMAGES
You have opinions about your own and others' pictures.
You have opinions about your own and others' pictures, and motivate why you think the way you do.
You have opinions about your own and others' pictures, and motivate why you think the way you do. You give examples from the picture you speak or write about to show how you think. You use the concepts you have learned in class when you write and talk about images.
You have opinions about your own and others' pictures, and motivate why you think the way you do. You give examples from the picture you speak or write about to show how you think. You compare the image you are talking or writing about with other images you know. You use the concepts you have learned in class correctly.
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