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High School PE - Soccer Skills Assessment 
Students will be assessed on their overall skill level and ability to carry out the following skills learned and practiced in class: kicking, shooting, dribbling, passing, heading, trapping, and overall gameplay understanding.
Rubric Code: SX6C8XX
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Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Minimal

2 pts

Partial

3 pts

Acceptable

4 pts

Thorough/Advanced

5 pts

Kicking from a stationary position

Minimal

Student's foot goes only 2-5 degrees behind them and misses the ball.
Partial

Student's foot goes between 6-10 degrees behind them. There is slight arm swing and little foot plant.
Acceptable

Student's leg is bent at the knee and arm swing helps with the distance of the kick. There is visable foot plant and little follow through with the leg.
Thorough/Advanced

Student's leg is bent at the knee before kick. Arm action is contralateral and helps with the force of the kick. There is visible foot plant and follow through with the leg.
Dribbling the ball

Minimal

Student uses toes to kick the ball in front of them and does not go in a straight line. The student is constantly chasing after the ball. Has to always look at the ball while dribbling.
Partial

Student uses only one foot to kick the ball forward and chases after the ball. Student sometimes runs over the ball. Sometimes the head is up looking around while dribbling.
Acceptable

Student kicks the ball within 1 yard ahead of them with each pass. They use both feet and only the inside or outside of their foot. The student can accelerate and stop and without losing control. Student occasionally looks at the ball while dribbling.
Thorough/Advanced

Student kicks the ball within 1 yard ahead of them with each pass. They use both feet and uses both the inside and outside of their feet. The student can accelerate, stop and turn, without losing control. Student rarely looks at the ball while dribbling.
Passing - stationary and mobile

Minimal

Student passes the ball with their toes and "pushes" the ball rather than kicks the ball. The ball goes nowhere near the target. The ball bounces for most of the pass.
Partial

Student passes the ball with their toes and "pushes" the ball rather than kicks the ball. The ball goes toward the target but is off by a few feet. The ball bounces for most of the pass. Body faces target most of the time.
Acceptable

Student passes the ball within a foot to their partner. Student sometimes uses the inside of their foot. Ball bounces on the ground through some of the pass. Hips are square to target.
Thorough/Advanced

Student passes the ball right on target (making it so that the partner does not have to move or hits them in stride). Student uses the inside of their foot. Ball does not leave the ground. Hips are square to target.
Shooting to a set target

Minimal

Student shots successfully to set target
less than 3 attempts.
Partial

Student shots successfully to set target
3 out of 5 attempts.
Acceptable

Student shots successfully to set target 4 out of 5 attempts.
Thorough/Advanced

Student shots successfully to set target 5 out of 5attempts.
Trapping the ball

Minimal

Does not attempt to trap the ball, no contact or lacks a soft contact causing the ball to bounce away preventing control.
Partial

Needs to improve the contact by moving slightly away to prevent the ball from rebounding away from the body.
Acceptable

Absorb the ball and soften the contact by moving slightly away on contact. Keeps the ball close, within one foot after trap.
Thorough/Advanced

Prior knowledge and experience gives student an advantage.
Traps occur fast and without much effort.
Heading the ball

Minimal

Student does not prepare for the header by getting into an athletic stance. Student lets ball hit top of head with no attempt to direct the ball.
Partial

Student attempts to brace for impact on the head. Student is able to go get the ball as instructed. However, contact is made with the top of the head and attempted directionality is not successful.
Acceptable

Student prepared to go get the ball by being in athletic stance. Extends body toward the ball in attempt to go get it. Contacts ball with forehead with attempted directionality.
Thorough/Advanced

Student displays prior knowledge/perceived practice in the skill. Is able to go get the ball with forehead and accurately direct the ball in desired direction.
Game play

Minimal

Student participation in regulation games is low. Understanding and carrying out of position responsibilities is not displayed. Sense of strategy is seldom displayed.
Partial

Student participation in regulation games is only attempted when prompted. Understanding and carrying out of position responsibilities is seldom displayed. Sense of strategy is seldom displayed without prompting.
Acceptable

Student makes concerted efforts to participate, whether the ball is near them or not. Position responsibilities are displayed the majority of the time. Sense of strategy has improved and is attempted throughout game play.
Thorough/Advanced

Student displays prior knowledge/perceived practice in game play efforts and tactics. Understands and carries out position responsibilities in a strategic way. Communicates with teammates during game play regarding positioning and strategy.










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