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iRubric: Personal Safety & Injury Prevention Skits rubric

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Personal Safety & Injury Prevention Skits built by lauren_enright

Rubric Code: EX6XW3C
Create and act out a scenario based on a dangerous situation discussed throughout the unit. Apply knowledge of dangerous behaviour/activities to properly assess and respond to the situation. Answer the questions on the handout within your skit by either asking the audience or giving them directly.
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Categories: Subjects: Health  
Types: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric Personal S. & Injury P. Skits
  Limited
1 pts
Some
2 pts
Considerable
3 pts
Thorough
4 pts
Thinking Critical/Creative
Chooses risk prevention
strategies that are
effective and reflect
knowledge of impact on self and others
Limited

The student uses
critical/creative
thinking processes
with limited
effectiveness.
Some

The student uses
critical/creative
thinking processes
with some
effectiveness.
Considerable

The student uses
critical/creative
thinking processes
with considerable
effectiveness.
Thorough

The student uses
critical/creative thinking
processes with a high
degree of effectiveness.
Knowledge and Understanding
Identifies situations that could lead to injury or death, warning signs of substance misuse/ abuse and/or potential dangers in various situations.
Limited

The student
demonstrates limited
understanding of
content.
Some

The student
demonstrates some
understanding of
content.
Considerable

The student
demonstrates
considerable
understanding of
content.
Thorough

The student
demonstrates thorough
understanding of
content.
Thinking Processing
-Assesses information
regarding dangerous/
violent situations,
substance misuse, and/or violent behaviours to apply appropriate risk management strategies
-Revises strategies as
required based on new
information.
Limited

The student uses
processing skills with
limited effectiveness.
Some

The student uses
processing skills with
some effectiveness.
Considerable

The student uses
processing skills
with considerable
effectiveness.
Thorough

The student uses
processing skills with
a high degree of
effectiveness.
Application Making
Connects the effects of
risky, dangerous, and
violent behaviours to the
perpetrators, targets and
bystanders.
Limited

The student makes
connections within
and between various
contexts with limited
effectiveness.
Some

The student makes
connections within
and between various
contexts with some
effectiveness.
Considerable

The student makes
connections within
and between
various contexts
with considerable
effectiveness.
Thorough

The student makes
connections within
and between various
contexts with a high
degree of effectiveness.
Oral Communication/Speaking
-Uses speaking skills and strategies appropriately to communicate with the audience and fellow actors.
Limited

Speaks clearly, distinctly and in-character less than 50% of the time.
Some

Speaks clearly, distinctly and in-character 65- 50% of the time.
Considerable

Speaks clearly, distinctly and in-character 80 - 65% of the time.
Thorough

Speaks clearly, distinctly and in-character 100-80% of the time.
Oral Comm./Listening & Responding
-Listens in order to understand and respond appropriately to audience and fellow actors.
Limited

Demonstrates limited understanding by adapting
appropriate listening behaviours to answer any comments/questions.
Some

Demonstrates some degree of understanding by adapting
appropriate listening behaviours to answer any comments/questions.
Considerable

Demonstrates a considerable degree of understanding by adapting
appropriate listening behaviours to answer any comments/questions.
Thorough

Demonstrates a thorough degree of understanding by adapting
appropriate listening behaviours to answer any comments/questions.



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