SHAPE standards and assessibility


Making SHAPE standards assess-able Part 5

S1.E9.2 Rolls in different directions with either a narrow or curled body shape.

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*italics are added*

M – Always uses correct form when rolling in different directions with either a narrow or curled body shape.

P – Consistently rolls in different directions with either a narrow or curled body shape.

D – Sometimes uses correct form when rolling in different directions with either a narrow or curled body shape.

E – Doesn’t roll in different directions with either a narrow or curled body shape, or doesn’t use one of the body shapes.

Checklist includes:

Log roll

  log roll
Forward Roll

Forward Roll

Egg Roll

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(Backward roll)

Making SHAPE standards assess-able Part 4

Student Engagement

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S3.E2.5 – Actively engages in all the activities of physical education.

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***Italics are my added information

M – Actively engages in all the activities of physical education.  No verbal prompts and solves disagreements quickly.

P – Actively engages in all the activities of physical education.

D – Actively engages in all the activities of physical education.  Teacher verbally prompts two or three times and the student is engaged from 0-2 times.

E – Actively engages in all the activities of physical education.  Teacher verbally prompts four or more times a week and student does not engage or engages once.

On Rubric:

\ is a verbal prompt to be engaged.

* is active engagement

M – 2*and 0/

P – 1-2* and 1/

D – 0-2* and 2-3/

E – 0-1* and 4 or more /

  • Observed per week and averaged across quarter.

**assessment tool is a spreadsheet with weeks and names listed.  This is the weekly record.

Making SHAPE standards assess-able Part 3

Grade 5 Short handled implements

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S1.E24.5 – Strikes an object consecutively, with a partner, using a short-handled implement, over a net or against a wall, in either a competitive or cooperative game environment.

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***Italics are my added information

M – Student strikes an object consecutively (10 or more hits), with a partner, using a short-handled implement, over a net or against a wall, in either a competitive or cooperative game. The student also varies their shots.

P- Student strikes an object consecutively (minimum of 6 – 10 hits), with a partner, using a short-handled implement, over a net or against a wall, in either a competitive or cooperative game.

D – Student strikes an object consecutively (4 – 6 hits), with a partner, using a short-handled implement, over a net or against a wall, in either a competitive or cooperative game.

E – Student cannot strike an object consecutively (more than 4 hits), with a partner, using a short-handled implement, over a net or against a wall, in either a competitive or cooperative game. Or Students gives no effort.

**I plan on using video to help with the assessing of this standard so that I can watch the video multiple times to make an accurate assessment.  I have also compiled and created a simple checklist rubric to help with assessment.

Making SHAPE standards assess-able Part 2

Grade 2 balancing and gymnastics

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S1.E7a.2 Balances on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.

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***Italics are my added information

M – Student balances on different bases of support including small and unstable ones, combining levels and shapes for 10 seconds or more.

P – Student balances on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.

D – Student balances on large but not small bases of support, combining some levels and some shapes.   

NI – Student cannot balance on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.  Or no effort shown.

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**I am also planning on adding pictures of various poses at different levels and shapes with different bases of support as an addendum to show how students can and cannot balance.  For example seated, crouched or standing poses; poses on two or one feet, or on an object like a scooter or balance beam of some sort.

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