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iRubric: Team Handball Skills - Summative Psychomotor Rubric

iRubric: Team Handball Skills - Summative Psychomotor Rubric

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Team Handball Skills - Summative Psychomotor Rubric built by MAGALIGB

Rubric Code: JX9X7A2
Skill evaluation during game play in Team Handball at the end of the unit during full format game play.
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Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness  
Types: Class note  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Team Handball
  Excellent
4 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Developing
2 pts
Beginner
1 pts
Dribble-Step Sequence
Excellent

Always dribbles to advance the ball according to the sequence pattern permitted by the rules.
Proficient

Mostly dribbles to advance the ball according to the sequence pattern permitted by the rules.
Developing

Sometimes dribbles to advance the ball according to the sequence pattern permitted by the rules.
Beginner

Rarely dribbles according to the rules and proper technique when attempting to advance the ball.
Passing
Excellent

Always makes quick, accurate passes to teammates or partners.
Uses Correct form all of the time according to cues for each pass type (chest, bounce, overhand)
Proficient

Mostly makes quick, accurate passes to teammates or partners.
Uses correct form following the cues the majority of the time.
Developing

Sometimes makes quick, accurate passes to teammates or partners.
Uses correct form following the cues some of the time.
Beginner

Rarely passes to teammates or partners when playing, or passes are inaccurate and incomplete.
Does not use correct form at all, absence of use of cues.
Catching
Excellent

Always uses both hands successfully when receiving the ball from a teammate or partner.
Proficient

Sometimes, uses both hands successfully when receiving the ball from a teammate or partner.
Developing

Mostly uses one hand when receiving the ball from a teammate or partner, and often drops the ball.
Beginner

Only uses one hand when receiving the ball from a teammate or partner, and often drops the ball.
Shooting
Excellent

Jumps and throws using one hand and steps with the opposite foot. Uses enough force to make it to the target all of the time.
Proficient

Jumps and throws using one hand and steps with the opposite foot. Uses some force to make it to the target the majority of the time.
Developing

Throws with one hand without stepping towards their target and uses enough force to make it all the way to the target half of the time.
Beginner

Throws with two hands without stepping towards their target and doesn't use enough force to make it all the way to the target none of the time.
Use of Strategy
Excellent

Always implements strategies during game play on offense and defensive sides of the ball, including teamwork & communication
Proficient

Mostly implements strategies during game play on offense and defensive sides of the ball, including teamwork and communication.
Developing

Sometimes implements strategies during game play on offense and defensive sides of the ball, including teamwork and communication.
Beginner

Rarely uses strategy on either side of the ball. Limited use of teamwork concepts and communication during games.



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