Soccer Unit Rubric                                                                               Milford Public Schools

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

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

4 PTS.

3 PTS.

2 PTS.

1 PT.

Skills

Dribbling

Receiving

Passing

Student properly demonstrates all of the skills used in a soccer game.

Student properly demonstrates most of the skills used in a soccer game.

Student properly demonstrates few skills used in a soccer game.

Student does not properly demonstrate any skills used in a soccer game.

Strategies

Offensive

Defensive

Goalie

Student always demonstrates effective offensive and defensive strategies used in soccer.

Student frequently demonstrates effective offensive and defensive strategies used in soccer.

Student rarely demonstrates effective offensive and defensive strategies used in soccer.

Student demonstrates ineffective offensive and defensive strategies.

Rules

Game Rules

Safety Rules

Student always demonstrates an understanding for all of the rules in a soccer game.

Student frequently demonstrates an understanding for most of the rules in a soccer game.

Student rarely demonstrates an understanding of the rules in a soccer game.

Student does not demonstrate an understanding of the rules in a soccer game.

 

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 dribbling, receiving and passing skills used in soccer.  They will be able to reflect upon their performances as how to improve their skill development.

2)  Students will learn/demonstrate offensive and defensive strategies used in soccer.   They will be able to develop and utilize effective game strategies while participating in a variety of lead-up soccer games.

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

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