Daily Grading Assessment: Grades 6-8
Students need to do the following each class period of PE to earn a 4.
Students will demonstrate…
- Be on time
- Have appropriate athletic attire and sneakers
- Come to class without a hat or gum
2- Responsible Behavior
- Be in control of their body during physical activity
- Use equipment and move throughout space in a safe and controlled manner
- Be respectful during group discussions and when others share ideas
- Practice tasks that the teacher specified
- Move in relation to strategy
- Be engaged in all activities
- Give their best performance
- Show persistence when task is difficult
- Spend time wisely to improve their performance
- Make contributions to class by offering ideas
- Competency in a variety of movement patterns
- Apply rule interpretation and knowledge
- Encourage good play by others
- Allow others to experience success
- Demonstrate leadership and work well with others
- Provides peers with positive and corrective feedback
- Compromise, problem solve and collaborate to resolve conflicts
Daily Grading Assessment – 70% (See above)
- Psychomotor (Movement)
- Cognitive (Rules)
- Affective (Teamwork)
Understanding and Applying Concepts – 30%
- The student will partake in a variety of formative and or summative assessments each quarter including teacher observation, journals, quizzes, peer assessment, skill rubrics, projects, posters, homework, etc.
- Specific grading criteria for each assessment will be explained to the students at the time of that particular assessment.
Grading Standards for Grade 5
Standard 1: Student demonstrates an understanding of the benefits of physical activity and fitness.
Standard 2: Student demonstrates an understanding of skills and rules within sport/games.
Standard 3: Student demonstrates sportsmanship and works cooperatively with others.
Standard 4: Student accepts and responds to challenges.
Standard 5: Student plays safe and follows the rules.
C = Consistently; Meets curriculum standards across a variety of contexts, over time, independently
U = Usually; Meets curriculum standards across a variety of contexts, over time, needs only occasional prompting
S = Sometimes; Meets curriculum standards in specific or limited contexts, performance still inconsistent, some support needed
B = Beginning; Exposed to concept or skill but not yet able to meet curriculum standards without direct support and ongoing prompting
NG = Not Graded At This Time