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Purpose of Activity:To assess students rollerskating abilities.
Suggested Grade Level:4-5
Description of Idea
The assessment is a rubric I designed that covers the critical elements of the rollerskating skills that were taught.
I observe these skills/behaviors and record and at the end of skating they do the same checklist as a self assessment and then I compare theirs with mine.
Frequency is determined by me using tally marks when I see a student fall. When they fall I watch to see if they get up correctly according to the cues listed on the assessment sheet.
Some of the things I look for:
1) Knows/Does: Steps involved in standing up correctly
2) Falling down frequency and as to whether done correctly.
3) Do they get up correctly / incorrectly after a fall.
4) Stopping on the Signal: Always, sometimes, never stop on signal.
5) Special skills: backwards, corner crossovers, fluidity, going through cones.
6) Behavior: Keeps hands to self, doesn't bother others or make fun of others, skates safely, doesn't purposely fall down.
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Submitted by Genni Lach who teaches at Harrison Elementary School in Lakewood, OH. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 4/30/2014.Viewed 27662 times since 11/2/2001.