in this ceramic assignment bundle, I have compiled a variety of handouts that are extremely useful in organizing students workflow in the ceramic classroom.
Page 1 has a fill in the blank form ceramic assignment, glazed and glazed notes. I have also included a fill in the blank free choice assignments.
On the bottom of this page is also a bathroom passes that can be stamped or written with the date on it.
Page 2 is the ceramic glazing log. I have students fill this form as they are glazing their projects before its fired. The bottom portion of this page is a review for the elements and the principles of art and how they are used in the project.
page 3 is a visual for the ceramic self-evaluation handout of 2 pages. Students (possible with tablets) are able to insert an image of their rough draft sketch, images of beginning, middle and end and their final piece glazed.
In part 2, of the ceramic self-evaluation, students are answering Bloom's deeper questions for thinking: remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, and creating.
In page 5: I have created a generic ceramic assignment rubric with a 5 part fill in the blank rubric with space provided on the bottom for total points. Below this is covered ceramic vocabulary in the lesson with 4 parts: 1, word, 2 element or principle, 3, define in your own words and 4 image.