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PER-113-004-FA19E built by coachalan

Rubric Code: PXCAB6C
Women's Basketball Strength & Conditioning Rubric
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Keywords: per113
Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness  
Types: Attendance   Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric PER-113-004-FA19E
Course grading rubric for all enrolled students.
  Poor
10 pts Unsatisfactory achievement
Fair
15 pts Developing achivement
Good
20 pts Accomplished achievement
Excellent
25 pts Exemplary achievement
Attendance
30 %
Attendance/Participation
Poor

3 or more unexcused absences.
Fair

2 unexcused absences.
Good

1 unexcused absence.
Excellent

Attended all scheduled class sessions or received approval for all necessary absences.
Technique
20 %
Exercise Technique & Execution
Poor

Weight too heavy or light.

THROUGHOUT A SET:
Lift pace/cadence is too fast early on, uncontrolled and/or uneven throughout much of the set (i.e., weights slammed or dropped on release).

Hand/foot position is inappropriate and/or inconsistent.

With dynamic lifts, ROM used is limited

With static exercises, body is not positioned properly.

Holds breath on exertion; breathes in between reps.

Body is jerked out of position during latter reps.
Fair

Weight too heavy or light.

THROUGHOUT A SET:
Lift pace/cadence is either too fast or uneven throughout with some loss of control through much of the set (e.g., weights are still slammed down on release).

Hand/foot position is established and maintained.

With dynamic lifts, full ROM is utilized only partially.

Breathing pattern still inconsistent.

With static exercises (e.g., planks), body position is maintained in most reps.

Body is jerked out of position during latter reps.
Good

Uses proper weight.

THROUGHOUT A SET:
On most reps, uses 3 S's (i.e., slow, smooth, steady) appropriately.

Proper hand/foot position is maintained.

With dynamic lifts, ROM is utilized fully on most reps.

Exhales on exertion and inhales on recovery.

With static exercises (e.g., planks), body position is maintained in most reps.
Excellent

Uses proper weight.

THROUGHOUT A SET:
Uses 3 S's (i.e., slow, smooth, steady) appropriately.

Proper hand/foot position is maintained.

With dynamic lifts, ROM is utilized fully.

Exhales on exertion and inhales on recovery.

With static exercises (e.g., planks), body position is properly maintained.
Conduct
30 %
Weight Training Etiquette & General Class Conduct
Poor

Mishandles equipment.

Leaves stations without cleaning up.

Disrupts/interrupts others.

Neglects spotting duties.

Excessive noise.

Excessive time lag between sets.

Socializing is a primary activity.
Fair

Equipment is used appropriately.

Station cleanup is inconsistent.

Disrupts/interrupts others.

Spots sparingly.

Time spent socializing is less dominant.

Inconsistent safety equipment use.
Good

Equipment is used appropriately.

Cleans up stations after use.

Helps others with spotting at times.

Lets others "work in."

Socializing is appropriate and non-disruptive.

Time lag between sets is acceptable.

Is focused on completing own sets and reps, but spotting is spotty.

Employs safety equipment at all times.
Excellent

Handles all equipment with care.

Cleans up stations after use.

Helps peers with attentive spotting and coaching.

Lets others "work in."

Time lag between sets is appropriate.

Socializing is at appropriate level (i.e., does not detract).

Focused on completing good quality sets and reps or serving as spotter.

Employs safety equipment at all times.
Log
10 %
Training Log
Poor

Does not record info in online Training Log on completed workout sessions (i.e., not kept up-to-date).

No use of muscle balance, no ratio addressed.
Fair

Records some workouts in online Training Log.

Has correct information, but some data are still missing.

Uses muscle balance on some lifts, but not others.
Good

Includes all required workouts in online Training Log.

Training log is complete and correct.

Uses muscle balance with inconsistent use of ratios (working to the weaker muscle).
Excellent

Online Training Log is complete and correct.

Info is thorough and detailed.

Includes all required workouts.

Consistent use of muscle balance using appropriate ratio (working to the weaker muscle).
Reflection
10 %
SMART Goals Statement
Poor

Does not submit SMART Goals Statement, or submits statement that reflects complete lack of substance, organization, and effort.
Fair

Submitted no draft version of SMART Goals Statement for screening in the Teams Conversation tab.

Little and/or incomplete substance.

Few, if any, SMART steps described.

Organization reflects some planning.

Effort is there.
Good

Submitted draft report of SMART Goals Statement for initial feedback.

Seeks advice and input.

Reasonable substance.

Some reflection is included.

Well organized.
Excellent

Submitted draft report of SMART Goals Statement for initial feedback.

Seeks advice and input.

Substance is extensive and focused.

Detailed self-reflection.

Well organized.

Could serve as model for future students.



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