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AISA Basic Swimming Skills 
Rubric Code: N246842
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Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric MS/HS PE Swimming Unit
  Exceeding Expectations

4 pts

Meeting Expectations

3 pts

Approaching Expectations

2 pts

Below Expectations

1 pts

Freestyle

-body is horizontal, with the head in line with the spine and facing down.
-start with the arm extended forward, fingers together, and hand slightly angled down and pull the arm underwater in a semi-circular motion, keeping it close to the body.
-inhale quickly and to the side by turning the head with the arm that's recovering over the water. and exhale underwater.
- use a flutter kick, keeping legs relatively straight with a slight bend at the knees

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Backstroke

- maintains a horizontal body position on the water's surface. The body should be straight, with the head in a neutral position, and the hips close to the surface to reduce drag.
- arms should move in a continuous alternating motion, with a high elbow position during the pull phase
- A flutter kick is used in backstroke, with the legs kicking in an alternating up-and-down motion
-breathing is continuous and natural, or bilaterally to maintain balance and symmetry.

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Breaststroke

- the head in line with the spine and the body close to the surface of the water
- arm pull involves a simultaneous movement of both arms, sweeping outward and then inward in a circular motion
- hands should scoop outward, then pull in towards the chest.
- exhale underwater and inhale quickly as they lift their head above the surface.
- kicking should have feet turned outward, then propel outward and backward in a circular motion, generating propulsion.

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Safety and Rescue

-Treading Water: Ability to stay afloat and maintain a vertical position in the water using various techniques
-Floating: Capability to maintain a horizontal position on the water's surface without assistance.
- Diving Techniques: Proficiency in safe and controlled entry into the water from a standing or diving position
- Basic Rescue Skills: Understanding of basic rescue techniques, such as reaching or throwing assists, and knowledge of how to respond in emergency situations

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Butterfly (Advanced)

-maintains a streamlined body position, with the hips high and close to the surface of the water
- the arms should enter the water simultaneously, followed by a powerful dolphin kick.
- rhythm should be smooth and continuous and move in a circular motion, starting from an extended position in front of the body, sweeping outward and then downward to generate propulsion
-synchronization between the arms, legs, and body

Exceeding Expectations

**Butterfly stroke will not be graded, but rubric will be used for student skill progression**
Meeting Expectations

**Butterfly stroke will not be graded, but rubric will be used for student skill progression**
Approaching Expectations

**Butterfly stroke will not be graded, but rubric will be used for student skill progression**
Below Expectations

**Butterfly stroke will not be graded, but rubric will be used for student skill progression**
Total Points

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Keywords:
  • Swimming







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