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Tennis Skills Assessment 
Assessment of the Tennis skills of players
Rubric Code: W246872
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Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Tennis Skills
Skill Development
  2.0 Novice

3 pts

2.5 Emerging

3.5 pts

3.0 Intermediate

4 pts

3.5 Challenger

4.5 pts

4.0 Advanced

5 pts

Points Earned

(N/A)

Personal Responsibilities
Characteristics important for the development of character in both practice and competition.
Active Participation

Participates in warm ups, drills, games, consistently.

2.0 Novice

Misses frequently, due to illness or other activities. Cannot be counted on for participation. Shows a lack of committment to tennis.
2.5 Emerging

Absences are high so participates in warm ups and drills are not consistent. At times plays in matches. Time is split with other activities so time has to be divded between tennis and other activity(ies).
3.0 Intermediate

Sometimes participates in warm ups and drills. At times plays in matches. Time is split with other activities so time has to be divded between tennis and other activity(ies).
3.5 Challenger

Almost always participates in warm ups and drills. Consistently plays in matches. Displays a willingness to actively participate.
4.0 Advanced

Always participates in warm ups and drills. Is always available to play in matches. Always displays a willingness to actively participate.
Points Earned
Game Rules & Etiquette

Knowlede of the game, rules, scoring, and basic strategies.

2.0 Novice

Tennis is a new game to the student. They know little about the rules and etiquette.
2.5 Emerging

Student is making an effort to learn the rules & etiquette of tennis. They are beginning to understand the scoring system and the basic rules of play.
3.0 Intermediate

Student has mastered scorekeeping. They are making progress understanding the rules of the game and are beginning to understand basic strategies.
3.5 Challenger

Student has mastered scorekeeping and the rules of the game and making progress understanding complex strategies.
4.0 Advanced

Student displays full knowledge of the game, scoring, and basic strategies. They understand complex strategies.
Points Earned
Sportsmanship

Positive language and attitude towards self and opponent(s).

2.0 Novice

No effort. Displaying negative mood and using inappropriate language.
2.5 Emerging

Minimal effort. Goofing off, displaying a negative mood at times. Displays negative verbal or body language on a consistent basis. Shows anger or negative emotion when not winning.
3.0 Intermediate

Show effort. At times may show negative verbal and or body language, but it working to overcome. Working on controlling negative emotion when not winning.
3.5 Challenger

Displays a positive mood. Does not use negative verbal or body language. Does not show anger when not winning.
4.0 Advanced

Student is a true sportsman; very positive & encouraging to teammates. Shows a respect for the game, teammates, and oponents.
Points Earned
Effort

Actively accepts coaching. Trys best at drills/matches. Always trying to get better.

2.0 Novice

Tennis is a new game to the student. Student is making no effort to progress in skill level. Students consistently misses drills/matches. Lacks desire to get better.
2.5 Emerging

Student is making some effort to increase their tennis skills. Taking directions and coaching advice is difficult.
3.0 Intermediate

Showing effort to work toward bettering their tennis skills. Beginning to understand and embrace coaching comments.
3.5 Challenger

Makes good effort to make all practices/matches. Has good energy, comes ready to play, may not always be prepared, but makes good effort to participate. Tries to make adjustments when coaching is given.
4.0 Advanced

Rarely misses practice or games. Has great energy, comes to drills/matches ready to play, has all equipment needed, always makes great effort to participate. Embrases coaching comments and is always looking for ways to better their game.
Points Earned
Attitude & Responsibility

Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respeccts self and others.

2.0 Novice

The student is struggling with directions, has a low attention span. Student requires a lot of attention to keep them focused and on task. Exhibits poor self-control.
2.5 Emerging

Needs personal reminders and directions. Beginning to show personal reponsibility for their behavior. Personal attitude is improving. Beginning to work toward the following skills:
1. Support & encourage others
2. Use appropriate behaviour during competitive settings.
3. Choose behaviours that contribute to group success.
4. work wel with more skilled & less skilled teammates.
3.0 Intermediate

Requires general class reminders to:
1. Support & encourage others
2. Use appropriate behaviour during competitive settings.
3. Choose behaviours that contribute to group success.
4. work wel with more skilled & less skilled teammates.
3.5 Challenger

Working toward self direction to:
1. Support & encourage others
2. Use appropriate behaviour during competitive settings.
3. Choose behaviours that contribute to group success.
4. work wel with more skilled & less skilled teammates.
4.0 Advanced

Self directed to:
1. Support & encourage others
2. Use appropriate behaviour during competitive settings.
3. Choose behaviours that contribute to group success.
4. work wel with more skilled & less skilled teammates.
Points Earned
Team Comradery

Social, leadership, and commitment.

2.0 Novice

Social, leadership or commitment skills are weak.
2.5 Emerging

Social, leadership or commitment skills are poor.
3.0 Intermediate

Social, leadership or commitment skills are average.
3.5 Challenger

Social, leadership or commitment skills are good.
4.0 Advanced

Social, leadership and commitment skills are excellent.
Points Earned
Spatial Awareness

Knowing where you are relative to other objects is very important in tennis. Knowing where you are on the court, being aware of your surroundings, anticipating the play and making your next move.

2.0 Novice

Tennis is a new game to the student.
2.5 Emerging
3.0 Intermediate
3.5 Challenger
4.0 Advanced
Points Earned
Footwork/Movement

Learning correct tennis footwork will be necessary if you wish to advance your game. Good tennis footwork affects everything -your timing, balance, power, and consistency. Ready Position, Speed, agility, split step, Side Shuffle Steps, and Cross Steps.

2.0 Novice

Tennis is a new game to the student. Lacks skill or effort.
2.5 Emerging

Moves inconsistent on court due to lack of knowledge and/or skill to hit the ball. Has a tendency to stand flat footed, not ready for the next shot. May lack stamina.
3.0 Intermediate

Moves somewhat well on court to hit the ball. Has a tendency to stand flat footed, not ready for the next shot. May lack stamina.
3.5 Challenger

Moves fairly well on court to hit the ball. Sometimes moves well and makes adjustment steps. Sometimes stands flat footed, not ready for the next shot.
4.0 Advanced

Consistently moves to hit the ball. Moves well and makes adjustment steps Does not stand flat footed but moves constantly.
Points Earned
Overall Team Ranking
  Novice

3 pts

Emerging

3.5 pts

Intermediate

4 pts

Challenger

4.5 pts

Advanced

5 pts

Overall Ranking

(N/A)

Final Grade
Points tallied from each criteria
  Novice

60-69

3 pts

Emerging

70-79

3.5 pts

Intermediate

80-89

4 pts

Challenger

90-94

4.5 pts

Advanced

95-100 pts.

5 pts

Final Grade

(N/A)

Final Grade

Total Points

Novice
Emerging
Intermediate
Challenger
Advanced
Final Grade



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