Floor Hockey Unit Milford Public Schools

Physical Education/6-8/Middle School Performance Task Rubric

 

 

4 PTS.

3 PTS.

2 PTS.

1 PT.

Stick Handling Skills

Correct Hand Position

Stick & Blade Control

Head/Eyes Up

Student always demonstrates all of the skills needed to properly perform stick-handling in floor hockey.

Student frequently demonstrates most of the skills needed to properly perform stick-handling in floor hockey.

Student rarely demonstrates the skills needed to properly perform stick-handling in floor hockey.

Student does not demonstrate the skills needed to properly perform stick-handling in floor hockey.

Striking Skills

Correct Body Position

Swing/Contact

Follow Through (w/out high-sticking)

Student always demonstrates all of the skills needed to properly strike a puck/ball in floor hockey.

Student frequently demonstrates most of the skills needed to properly strike a puck/ball in floor hockey.

Student rarely demonstrates the skills needed to properly strike a puck/ball in floor hockey.

Student does not demonstrate the skills needed to properly strike a puck/ball in floor hockey.

Strategies & Rules

Offensive/Defensive Strategies

Game Rules

Safety Rules

Student always demonstrates an understanding for all of the game rules & strategiesneeded to play in floor hockey.

Student frequently demonstrates an understanding for most of the game rules & strategiesneeded to play in floor hockey.

Student rarely demonstrates an understanding for the game rules & strategies needed to play in floor hockey.

Student does not demonstrate an understanding for the game rules & strategies needed to play in floor hockey.

 

Overall Performance Score:

12 – 11 pts. = A

10 pts. = B

9 pts. = C

8 pts. = D / 7 pts. < = F

 

Unit Objectives:

1) Students will properly demonstrate stick-handling by safely maintaining control of a ball or puck. They will be able to assist their partners in a series of stick-handling drills, and give them corrective feedback if needed.

2) Students will properly demonstrate stick-handling and striking skills in a variety of lead-up games and activities. They will be able to develop effective offensive and defensive strategies used in floor hockey.

3) Students will properly demonstrate previously learned rules, skills, and strategies in a modified game of floor hockey. They will be able to safely display successful game strategies and skill performances in a game setting.

 

 

 

 

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