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Basketball 
passing, dribbling, shooting, layup, game play
Rubric Code: C229AA8
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Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

passing

Poor

Students cannot perform a successful bounce, chest or overhead pass to another teammate.
Fair

students can perform a successful bounce, chest or overhead pass to another teammate from a stand still position
Good

students can perform a successful bounce, chest or overhead pass to another student while playing the game of basketball.
Excellent

students can perform a successful one and two handed bounce pass, chest pass and overhead pass to another student while playing the game of basketball.
dribbling

Poor

students can bounce the ball with one hand while standing still.
Fair

students can dribble the ball using fingertips to bounce the ball (not slapping), keeping it close to the body. Bounces the ball stationary, and moving around in different directions and speeds
Good

students can dribble the ball using fingertips to bounce the ball (not slapping), keeping it close to the body. Bounces the ball stationary, and moving around in different directions and speeds maintaining control with both hands while playing the game of basketball.
Excellent

students can dribble the ball using fingertips to bounce the ball (not slapping), keeping it close to the body. Bounces the ball stationary, and moving around in different directions and speeds maintaining excellent control with both hands while playing the game of basketball.
shooting

Poor

students can shoot a set shot with the dominant hand, proper form is not there.
Fair

students can perform a successful set shot but still pushing the ball with two hands instead of shooting.
Good

Use the strong hand for power, direction and distance, holding the ball underneath. Put backspin on the ball with the flick of the wrist Use the guide/support hand to guide the ball, without pushing with it
Shoot the ball in a high arc towards the basket. Jump and shoot in the air.
Excellent

students are able to perform a successful set shot using proper form all the time. Knees bent, uses legs when shooting, proper follow throw, Use the strong hand for power, direction and distance, holding the ball underneath. Put backspin on the ball with the flick of the wrist Use the guide/support hand to guide the ball, without pushing with it
Shoot the ball in a high arc towards the basket. Jump and shoot in the air.
Layups

Poor

student has trouble dribbling in, using proper footwork and shooting technique.
Fair

student is able to dribble in, and shoot the ball in the hoop sometimes.
Good

Charge/dribble towards the net and leap up at the right time off 1 leg. Stay balanced in the air and roll the ball off the hand Use the ‘sweetspot’ area of the backboard to get the ball in the basket. Approach from both the left and right side of the basket, using dominate hand to get it in during games.
Excellent

Charge/dribble towards the net and leap up at the right time off 1 leg. Stay balanced in the air and roll the ball off the hand Use the ‘sweetspot’ area of the backboard to get the ball in the basket. Approach from both the left and right side of the basket, using either hand to get it in during games.
Game play

Poor

student does not actively try to participate in the game. Does not move around or try to get open and try to be a part of the game, does not use proper skills.
Fair

student only moves when their team has the ball, does not play defense, only passes to certain players, tries to use new skills.
Good

student is generally enthused about the game, tries to get open and pass to others that are open, tries most of the time to use skills taught to them.
Excellent

student is engaged in the game communicating with others, passing to everyone who is open, trying to get open themselves, uses the proper skills they have been taught.
Effort/Attitude

Poor

student gives almost no effort and does not care to get better, negative to everyone.
Fair

student gives minimal effort, rarely tries to get better, rarely tries hard and can be negative to others who they feel are not as good.
Good

student gives a good effort most of the time, working to improve, is positive most of the time.
Excellent

student gives an excellent effort almost all the time and tries to get better all the time, they are positive with everyone on the team.





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