Basketball Game Play
5. Students consistently apply effective skills (e.g. passing/catching, dribbling, shooting, rebounding, guarding) with few, if any, observable errors in technique. Students can consistently and effectively defend and use offensive skills in the presence of defensive pressure. Students apply all major rules and terminology in a 2 on 2 half court basketball game. Students demonstrate fair play and appropriate behavior, making calls and participate energetically & safely with self control.
4. Students apply effective skills with errors in technique. Students are inconsistent in defending and/or using offensive skills in the presence of defensive pressure. Students seem hesitant or indecisive when reacting to game situations. Students apply major rules and terminology but make minor errors and/or seek confirmation from others. Students participate energetically and safely demonstrating self-control, and fair play.
3. Students perform skills showing some elements of correct technique, but application is ineffective and inconsistent. Students can use some offensive and defensive skills appropriately, but show little evidence of effective contribution to team offense or defense. Students need reminders and assistance from others to become involved in team strategy.
2. Students attempt skills but technique is not yet sufficient, resulting in consistently ineffective performance. Students need reminders and assistance from others to become involved in team strategy. Students use movements that are inconsistent with basic game strategy. Students do not contribute to offense or defense. Students demonstrate incorrect application of rules, conventions of play, terminology and scoring. Students are inconsistent with energy.
1. Students show little or no effort to attempt skills, resulting in consistently ineffective performance. Students do not contribute to offense or defense. Students lack self-control and need reminders to participate in a safe, fair and energetic and/or respectful manner.