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iRubric: Badminton Skills rubric

iRubric: Badminton Skills rubric

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Badminton Skills

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Rubric Code: ZA73C5
Assessment of badminton skills learned
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Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness  
Types: Homework   Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Badminton Skills Assessment
  Poor (Level 1)
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Fair (Level 2)
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Good (Level 3)
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Excellent (Level 4)
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Serve
Poor (Level 1)

non-dominant shoulder is not pointed towards target, contact made above the waist, birdie tossed or swong is too fast at contact, contact is made in front of body, birdie lands in front of the short service line
Fair (Level 2)

point non-dominant shoulder towards target, contact is made below the waist with a low-to-high motion, birdie is possibly tossed or swing is too fast at contact, but contact is made in front of body, birdie lands high, but behind the short service line
Good (Level 3)

point non-dominant shoulder towards target, contact is made below the waist with a low-to-high motion, birdie is dropped and contact is made in front of body, weight is transferred from back foot to front foot as contact is made, birdie lands close to the net and behind th short service line
Excellent (Level 4)

point non-dominant shoulder towards target, contact is always made below the waist with a low-to-high motion, birdie is dropped and contact is always made in front of body, weight is always transferred from back foot to front foot as contact is made, birdie lands close to the net and behind th short service line
Clear
Poor (Level 1)

contact is made near head level and behind the body, racket face is open, follow through stops at contact, birdie lands high, but not necessarily deep
Fair (Level 2)

contact is made close to head level, in front of body, racket face is slightly open, follow through is across the body, birdie lands high and deep
Good (Level 3)

contact made with a straight elbow, in front of body, weight is shifted to front foot as contact is made, racket is slightly open, follow through across the body, birdie lands high and deep in bounds
Excellent (Level 4)

contact is always made with a straight elbow, in front of body, weight is always shifted to front foot as contact is made, racket is slightly open, follow through across the body, birdie lands high and deep in bounds
Drop
Poor (Level 1)

mechanics not similar to the clear, contact is made at head level, hard push of the birdie over the net and well behind the short service line, follow through stops at contact
Fair (Level 2)

mechanics similar to clear, contact is made close to the head or above it, hard push of the birdie over the net and in front of the short service line, a gentle follow through
Good (Level 3)

mechanics similar to clear, contcat is made above the head or close to it, gentle push of the birdie close to the net and in front of the short service line, gentle follow through
Excellent (Level 4)

mechanics always similar to clear, contcat is always made above the head or close to it, gentle push of the birdie close to the net and in front of the short service line, gentle follow through
Smash
Poor (Level 1)

smash is taken from every area of the court, mechanics are not like the clear, contact is made near the head, racket is pointed downward, follow through stops at contact, birdie may not land in bounds
Fair (Level 2)

Smash is taken from every area of the court, mechanics look like the clear, contact is made without a straight elbow, racket is pointed downward, follow through is downward across the body, birdie land in bounds, but may be returnable
Good (Level 3)

Smash is taken , mechanics look like the clear, contact is made above the head, racket is pointed downward, follow through is downward across the body, birdie lands in bounds and is unreturnable
Excellent (Level 4)

Smash is taken , mechanics always look like the clear, contact is always made above the head, racket is pointed downward, follow through is downward across the body, birdie lands in bounds and is unreturnable
Safety
Poor (Level 1)

requires constant reminders regarding the wearing of eye protection and the use of the badminton equipment
Fair (Level 2)

requires occasional reminders regarding the wearing of eye protection and the use of the badminton equipment
Good (Level 3)

regularly follows the safety proceedures for the wearing of eye protection and the use of the badminton equipment
Excellent (Level 4)

consistently follows the safety proceedures for the wearing of eye protection and the use of the badminton equipment and encourages others to do so
Fair Play /Respect
Poor (Level 1)

rarely demonstrates fair play, positive sportsmanship and respect for peers
Fair (Level 2)

sometimes demonstrates fair play, positive sportsmanship and respect for peers
Good (Level 3)

usually demonstrates fair play, positive sportsmanship and respect for peers
Excellent (Level 4)

always demonstrates fair play, positive sportsmanship and respect for peers
Forehand
Poor (Level 1)


Fair (Level 2)


Good (Level 3)


Excellent (Level 4)





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