Volleyball Skills Rubric Volleyball Skills Excellent Skill Level 4 pts. Advanced Skill Level 3 pts. Intermediate Skill Level 2 pts. Basic Skill Level 1 pt. No Skill Level 0 pts. Setting Student’s hands are ready above their head and in a diamond shape. Student pushes their hands upwards as the ball approaches. Student contacts the ball with
Rubric: Volleyball Skills Assessment This assessment will be graded on your overall knowledge and effort in our volleyball unit, as well as the student's strategy of play. Volleyball Rubric Poor 1 pts Fair 2 pts Good 3 pts Excellent 4 pts total points (N/A) Passing Poor hands were apart, body in upright position, did not call, lift, ball was Fair weight on heels, elbows
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A rubric testing 4 skills in volleyball: serve receive, serving, attacking, and blocking. Criteria are based upon varsity level skill. Administer 5 attempts for each skill, and assign each attempt a grade (poor/ fair/ good/ excellent). Rubric Code: NX38927. By lmmorenoz. Ready to use.
Volleyball Skills Assessment Volleyball Skills Assessment: • All skills are assessed based on a Kinetic Chain – Using multiple muscle groups in one fluid movement pattern. Volleyball Skill Attempts Instructional Cues Serve 1 2 3 1 Holds ball in non -dominant hand 2 Feet face 45 degrees/Non -dominant foot forward
Volleyball Rubric Excellent 5 pts Proficient 4 pts Satisfactory 3 pts Inconsistent 2 pts Needs Improvement 1 pts
iRubric P22B7X9: This rubric will be used to assess skills at the end of the volleyball unit. Students will participate in tournament play during the assessment.. Free rubric builder and assessment tools.
Volleyball Skill Rubric Beginning 1 pts Developing 2 pts Average 3 pts Mastery 4 pts Score (N/A)
iRubric R22B7X7: This assessment will be graded on your overall knowledge and effort in our volleyball games, as well as the student's strategy of play.. Free rubric builder and assessment tools.
Volleyball Skills Checklist Setting AchievedNeeds Work Hand position on ball - form a triangle on ball with thumbs and index fingers, then spread apart so that hands wrap around sides of ball Ball contact - hands should be up at forehead when contacting ball , ALWAYS set from near the forehead Shoulders square w/target – shoulders/hips should always