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Tennis Assessment

  Derived from rubric: Tennis Assessment
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Rubric Code: T352X9
years 5, 6 & 7
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Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness  
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Powered by iRubric Tennis assessment
  Still developing
1 pts
Developed
2 pts
Highly Developed
3 pts
Know the rules of the game.
Still developing

Student shows little knowledge of the rules of tennis. Does not know any of the names of the lines of a tennis court.
Developed

Student shows that he or she knows and has base concept of tennis rules.Can give a close answer if asked.Knows some of the names of the lines.
Highly Developed

Knows and understands almost all rules taught in class. Can identify and name most of the lines of a tennis court.
Drills
Still developing

Uses improper grip.
Has poor or no footwork or movement to the ball.
Just stands around and makes a feeble attempt.
Developed

Has close or ok grip.
Close to form foot work some of the time. Some attempt at backswing and follow-through.Trys every time and is making best effort.
Highly Developed

Has good hand position for grip.
Close to form foot work most of the time. Good attempt at backswing and follow-through.Trys every time and is making best effort.
Drills
Still developing

Uses improper grip.
Has poor or no footwork or movement to the ball.
Just stands around and makes a feeble attempt.
Developed

Has close or OK grip.
Close to form foot work. Tries most of the time and is making best effort.
Highly Developed

Has proper grip.
Has correct foot work most of the time.
Tries every time and gives best effort.
Game Play
Still developing

Makes little attempt to move to play a shot. Does not try to hit a shot away from an opponent.
Developed

Makes a good attempt to play each shot. Tries to hit the ball away from opponent.
Highly Developed

Always moves to position to play a shot. Has a good attempt, with some success at hitting the ball away from oppoent.
Class Ranking
Still developing

19-27
Developed

10 - 18
Highly Developed

0-9
Effort
Still developing

Does very little during class. Shows no energy or desire to learn. Hardly ever tries his/her best.
Developed

Participates most of the time. Gives all drills energy and enthusiasm and is trying to improve.
Highly Developed

Is trying all drills.
Student has great energy and is always trying to get better.



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