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Basketball Rubric - Year 9

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Rubric Code: LXCACCX
Basketball- students will dribble the ball with both hands, students will shoot the basketball, students will show competency during a game situation.
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Keywords: Dribble Ball Shoot Basketball Lyay-up Game Play
Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness   (General)  
Types: Attendance   Quiz   Class note   Assessment   (Other)  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor (Level 1)
2 pts
Fair ( Level 2)
3 pts
Good (Level 3)
4 pts
Excellent (Level 4)
5 pts
Shoot Basketball
Poor (Level 1)

-Student cannot shoot the ball successfully. <BR>
-Student does not follow through.<BR>
-Student uses two hands to shoot
Fair ( Level 2)

Student can sometimes shoot the ball successfully. <BR>
-Student sometimes follows through.<BR>
-Student uses two hands instead of one to shoot.
Good (Level 3)

Student shoots the ball correctly. <BR>
-Student follows through.<BR>
-Student is usually successful in shooting.
Excellent (Level 4)

-Shoots the ball off the dribble.<BR>
-Has good rhythm<BR>
-Can catch and shoot<BR>
-Good mid-range<BR>
-Is usually successful under pressure situations.
Dribble Basketball
Poor (Level 1)

Student seldomly dribbles the basketball with control while moving<BR>
-Dribbles with palm of hand and head down<BR>
-Rigid stance, knees not bent.<BR>
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Fair ( Level 2)

Student can dribble the basketball while moving<BR>
-Does not have good control<BR>
-Cannot dribble with head up<BR>
-Sometimes dribbles with finger pads
Good (Level 3)

Student can dribble the basketball with good control and proper positioning<BR>
-Student dribbles with head up<BR>
-Student dribbles with finger pads, knees bent<BR>
-Able to pivot while dribbling
Excellent (Level 4)

-Is confident dribbling with preferred hand and attempts non-preferred in drills.<BR>
-Pounds the ball<BR>
-Dribbles with head up<BR>
-Shows above average ball-handling
Lay-up
Poor (Level 1)

-struggles to co-ordinate dribble and footwork.<BR>
- rarely uses backboard.<BR>
- has limited awareness of where to enter the key.
Fair ( Level 2)

- can speed dribble but does not always adjust speed to complete footwork.<BR>
- attempts to use black square to increase success.
Good (Level 3)

-consistently ues angle to maximise shooting success.<BR>
-consistently uses the backboard successfully to increase percentage shot.<BR>
-Uses correct footwork and adjusts speed appropriately.
Excellent (Level 4)

- Consistently uses court markings to assist with best driving angle.<BR>
-uses the backboard successfully to increase percentage shot.<BR>
-Uses 2 steps but sometimes mistimes entry position.
Defense
Poor (Level 1)

-Student cannot move feet and contain player<BR>
-Poor foot work<BR>
-Student is never involved in the play<BR>
-Does not understand the concept of defence
Fair ( Level 2)

-Student sometimes gets involved in defense<BR>
-Occasionally shows different defensive skills
Good (Level 3)

-Understands defensive concepts<BR>
-Jumps to the ball<BR>
-Can help and recover<BR>
-Plays team zone defense and communicates with team.
Excellent (Level 4)

-Sees Ball/man and applies pressure.<BR>
-understands zone defence & need for team balance. <BR>
-Is consistently involved in the defensive aspect of the game
Offense
Poor (Level 1)

- Student has limited understanding of attack positioning or their role within it.<BR>
-rarely passes and cuts.
Fair ( Level 2)

- Is able to articulate where they should stand in a 5 out offensive strategy according to court markings and sometimes demonstrates this in a game.<BR>
-can use voice to inicate they want the pass.
Good (Level 3)

- knows and sets up a 5 out system to begin offensive play.<BR>
-Can pass and cut to a new position.<BR>
- demonstrates awareness of rebalancing the tam offensive.<BR>
- communicates successfully with team members.
Excellent (Level 4)

-Student consistently seeks opportunity to pass and cut with awareness of timing and shooting opportunities.<BR>
-Is consistently aware of other team players and need to rebalance the offense.<BR>
- Communicates confidently and clearly with team members.
Game Play
Poor (Level 1)

-Student rarely follows the rules of basketball.<BR>
Student is rarely a team player.<BR>
-Student has little understanding of positioning and game play<BR>
-Student often is not involved in the play
Fair ( Level 2)

Student sometimes follows the rules of basketball. <BR>
-Student has a fair understanding of offensive and defensive play<BR>
-Student is sometimes involved in the play
Good (Level 3)

Student usually follows the rules of basketball. <BR>
-Student is usually a team player.<BR>
-Student has a good understanding of offensive and defensive play<BR>
-student is regular involved in the game.
Excellent (Level 4)

Student consistently follows the rules of basketball. <BR>
-Student has a good understanding of offensive and defensive play<BR>
-student is actively involved in the game
Safety
Poor (Level 1)

-rarely follows instructions<BR>
-rarely follows basketball safety guidelines for the equipment and facilities<BR>
-rarely ensures the safety of self and others
Fair ( Level 2)

-sometimes follows instructions<BR>
-sometimes follows basketball safety guidelines for the equipment and facilities<BR>
-sometimes ensures the safety of self and others
Good (Level 3)

-regularly follows instructions<BR>
-regularly follows basketball safety guidelines for the equipment and facilities<BR>
-regularly ensures the safety of self and others
Excellent (Level 4)

-always follows instructions<BR>
-always follows basketball safety guidelines for the equipment and facilities<BR>
-always ensures the safety of self and others
Preparation
Poor (Level 1)

- is rarely changed<BR>
- is often late for the start of the lesson and slow to get actively involved<BR>
- lacks energy and commitment to the class
Fair ( Level 2)

- is sometimes changed<BR>
- arrives at class on time<BR>
- is actively involved
Good (Level 3)

- is usually changed<BR>
- is enthusiastic and keen to get started.<BR>
- offers assistance with setting up
Excellent (Level 4)

- is always changed<BR>
- is enthusiastic and energises others<BR>
- uses initiative and is always co-operative to make activities work.



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