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Team Handball Outcomes

(Be Precise will be different for students varying on their specific position)
Outcome
Meets
Exceeds
Be Precise Student is able to
perform most of
their
responsibilities
correctly

Student demonstrates
exceptional work by being
active in specific role. (i.e.
coach, captain, etc)
Student has knowledge of
multiple roles (active or
special roles)

Collaborat
e

Student is able to
work respectfully
and productively
with team groups

Student also consistently


acts as a leader with group
and other roles (active or
special roles). Influences
others to participate, speaks
their mind, offers guidance,
etc.)

Plan

Student is
physically active
throughout the
unit.

Student does not need any


reminders to stay active and
does not come unprepared.

COACH
Outcome Meets

Exceeds

Be
Precise

Players are content


with coachs role as
leader

Keeps morale and spirits high


with team cheer or special
hand shake

Gives corrective &


positive feedback to
players

Displays leadership qualities


on and off court
Gives corrective & positive
feedback to players
consistently

Asst Coach aka Captain


Outcome Meets

Exceeds

Be
Precise

Players & head coach


are content with asst
coachs role as leader

Keeps morale and spirits


high with team cheer or
special hand shake

Gives corrective &


positive feedback to
players

Displays leadership
qualities on and off court
Gives corrective & positive
feedback to players
consistently

Trainer (Graded by Head Coach)


Outcome Meets
Be
Precise

Coaches are content with


trainers role as an active
player and trainer
Warms up Team with at least
2 of the exercises given

Exceeds
Trainer doesnt have to be
reminded to do her role.
Trainer gives corrective and
positive feedback to
teammates

Displays proficiency during


Demonstrates proficiency in
practice in most of the
most skills during practice
following skills:
AND game situations.
1. passing
2. shooting
3. Defending passes/shots
4. creating offensive/defensive
space
5. Defending as a goalie

Referee
Outcome Meets

Exceeds

Be
Precise

Coaches are content


with referees role as
an active referee

Referee consistently does


her role correctly without
reminders

Able to start and end


games with authority

Referee is a strong presence


in game by displaying a
strong knowledge of the
games rules

Calls violations and


fouls effectively
according to coaches
and teacher

Statistician
Outcome Meets

Exceeds

Be
Precise

Statistician consistently
does her role correctly,
including accurate
paperwork submission

Teachers are content


with referees role as an
active statistician
Able to collect all data for
each team during games
May ask questions for
referee and or coaches
before/after game starts
Familiar with stats,
violations and fouls
effectively according to
coaches, players, and
referees.

Statistician is a strong
presence in game by
displaying a strong
knowledge of the games
rules

Publicist
Outcome Meets
Be
Precise

Exceeds

Coaches and
Publicist consistently acts
statisticians are content
out her role with no
with publicists role as an reminders
active publicist.
Pictures show great quality
Able to retrieve all
during games because of
accurate information of
different angles/positions of
everyone in class for
photographer
team/individual profiles
Takes pictures of all
students

Player (Graded by Head Coach)


Outcome Meets

Exceeds

Be
Precise

Coaches are content with


players role as an active
player

Keeps morale and spirits


high with team cheer or
special hand shake

Displays proficiency during


practice in most of the
following skills:
1. passing
2. shooting
3. Defending passes/shots
4. creating
offensive/defensive space
5. Defending as a goalie

Displays leadership
qualities on and off court
Demonstrates
proficiency in most skills
during practice AND
game situations.

PLAYERS SKILLS RUBRIC for Coaches


(by the end of the unit, place players names in each row)
How often did the player:
(Must grade Asst. Coach & Trainers
too)

Make successful short/long


passes to teammate
Successfully catch ball from a
teammate
Successfully created space on
offense and away from
defenders Be Open
Have their hands up at the
appropriate times to
receive/defend the ball.
Successfully trick opponent
due to quick movements with
feet or hands fake one way
and go the other way
Trainer takes charge and
consistently leads at least 2
different exercises to team
Notes:

VERY FEW
TIMES

SOMETIMES

MOST OF THE
TIME

HEAD COACH: ________________________________________________Per. ___________ A B Day


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