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They’re Here! Tom Winiecki Mott Road Elementary School Fayetteville, NY 13066
What has taken so long? Lots of different “leaders” Format of the Assessments Division of Levels (K-2 & 3-5, or K & 1-2 & 3-4) Practical and able to do in regular classes
Commencement PE Profile as end product Thought through what is needed to be able to be successful at Middle School level Then, what is needed to succeed at HS level Missing? (Aware of Chase/Flee/Dodge)
Where are we right now? Pilots were completed Field Testing has been taking place (about 28) Feedback being collected for final adjustments, if needed Content Validity…
What are they? 2 nd Grade Approach and Kick a Stationary Ball Hand Dribble and Jog Self Volley Strike With Paddle/Racket Underhand Toss & Catch Jump Rope Gymnastics
What Are they? 5 th Grade Soccer Dribble & Pass Basketball Dribble & Pass Hockey Dribble & Shoot Overhand Throw to Target 2 Hand Volley With Partner Jump Rope Routine Gymnastics Routine
Tried to make as many Rubrics as “similar” as possible become automatic 4: __________has become automatic; movement is effortless, displays all key points, never loses control, controls ________ with very little movement. performed with concentration 3: __________can be performed with concentration, performance is consistent, displays all key points; successful at least 5 times before losing control. becoming consistent 2: __________is becoming consistent; movement beginning to conform to intent; successful 3, or 4 times before losing control; sometimes displays key points; occasionally leaves area. haphazard does not maintain control 1: __________ is haphazard; one attempt does not resemble another; efforts are awkward; performance characterized more by surprise than expectancy; form does not resemble desired skill; does not maintain control.
K.I.S.S. A concerted effort was made to design assessments that do a couple of things: 1. Reflect what should be taught and learned by each level (2 nd /5 th grades). 2. Record sequential learning within categories.
Grade 2Grade 5 Approach and Kick a Stationary Ball Soccer Dribble & Pass Hand Dribble and JogBasketball Dribble & Pass Self Volley2 Hand Volley With Partner Underhand Toss & CatchOverhand Throw to Target Jump RopeJump Rope Routine GymnasticsGymnastics Routine
Gr. 2 Underhand Toss & Catch Task: From a distance of 10’, students will self-toss and catch a beanbag or 3” fleece ball and then underhand toss to a 3’ x 3’ target that is 3’ off the floor. Students will continue to self-toss, catch, and toss to a target until directed to stop by teacher.. Key Points: TossCatch Arm back in preparation Opposite foot steps forward Release toward partner Ball reaches partner Hands reach to meet ball Does not trap ball with body Visually tracks ball Successfully catches ball
5 th Grade Overhand Throw Task: Using a tennis ball, students will perform an overhand throw to hit a target 3’H x 6’W and 3’ off the floor, from a distance of 25’. Students will throw continuously until directed to stop by the teacher. Key Points: Proper technique Throwing elbow high, hand back, side opposition Segmental rotation, weight transfer to opposite forward foot Follow through in direction of target
2 nd Grade Jump Rope Task: Students will jump a rope continuously. Key Points: FormLanding Knees flexed and arms back in preparation Forward orientation Two foot take off, or jogging/skipping pattern Landing on balls of feet Knees flexed
5 th Grade Jump Rope Task: Students will design and perform a 16 beat jump rope routine that is comprised of 4 different jump rope skills, each performed for 4 beats Key Points: Routine composed of required elements. Elements are performed with good technique including a smooth transition between moves within the routine.
2 nd Grade Gymnastics Task: Students will design and perform a gymnastic sequence comprised of the following elements: 1. A 3-Point Balance; 2. A Roll; 3. Leap or Jump; 4. A 2-Point Balance. Key Points: Composition All required elements present Technique Balances held for 3 seconds Roll, Leap, Jump under control
Rubric: 4 = routine includes all required elements; performs 3 of 4 elements with good technique. 3 = routine includes all required elements; performs 2 of 4 elements with good technique. 2 = routine includes 3 of the 4 required elements; only 1 of the elements is performed with good technique. 1 = routine includes 2 or fewer of the required elements; proper technique is not in evidence.
5 th Grade Gymnastics Task: Students will design and perform a gymnastic routine comprised of the following elements: 1. Balance 2. Roll 3. Travel Sequence 4. Weight Transfer 5. Roll, different than the first 6. Balance, different than the first. Key Points: Routine composed of required elements. Elements are performed with good technique including a smooth transition between moves within the routine.
Rubric 4 = routine includes all required elements; performs 5 of 6 elements with good technique; transitions are smooth. 3 = routine includes 5 of the 6 required elements; performs 4 of 6 elements with good technique; transitions are smooth. 2 = routine includes 3 of the 6 required elements; only 3 of the elements are performed with good technique. 1 = routine includes 2 or fewer of the required elements; proper technique is not in evidence.