• IB Rubrics 

    - Physical and Health Education - 

     

    Year 1 Rubrics:

    Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding Year 1

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. recalls some physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. identifies physical and health education knowledge to outline issues


    iii. recalls physical and health terminology.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. recalls physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. identifies physical and health education knowledge to outline issues and suggest solutions to problems set in familiar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology to communicate understanding with limited success.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. states physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. identifies physical and health education knowledge to outline issues and solve problems set in familiar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology to communicate understanding.

     

    7-8

    The student:
    i. outlines physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. identifies physical and health education knowledge to describe issues and solve problems set in familiar and unfamiliar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology consistently to communicate understanding.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion A

    • Criterion A must be assessed in non-performance/non-playing situations.
    • Criterion A can be assessed only through written or oral tasks.

     

    Criterion B: Planning for Performance Year 1

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. states plans for improving health or physical activity


    ii. states the effectiveness of a plan.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. outlines a basic plan for improving health or physical activity


    ii. states the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. outlines a plan for improving health or physical activity


    ii. identifies the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. constructs and outlines a plan for improving health or physical activity


    ii. describes the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion B

    Criterion B can be assessed through units that require students to inquire and plan. Examples include: composition of aesthetic movement routines (such as gymnastics, dance, sport aerobics, martial arts), fitness training programmes, coaching programmes, game creation and laboratory investigations (such as fitness, skill acquisition, energy systems).

    Planning for the execution of individual skills is not appropriate for assessment against this criterion. For example, criterion B is not used to assess a student’s plan of how to execute a skill such as tackling in rugby. However, it is appropriate to assess a plan for improving defensive performance in rugby by developing a range of skills, strategies and techniques. In this situation, the student may plan to improve the following areas: strength, speed, cardiovascular fitness, tackling technique, formation, etc in order to improve the overall performance.

    In order to meet the requirements of criterion B, the student’s plan must be carried out in order for its effectiveness to be evaluated.

    Criterion B requires an objective description of the effectiveness of the plan.

     

    Criterion C: Applying and Performing Year 1

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. recalls some skills and techniques


    ii. recalls some strategies and movement concepts


    iii. applies information to perform with limited success.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. recalls skills and techniques


    ii. recalls strategies and movement concepts


    iii. applies information to perform.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. recalls and applies skills and techniques


    ii. recalls and applies a range of strategies and movement concepts


    iii. applies information to perform effectively.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. recalls and applies a range of skills and techniques


    ii. recalls and applies a range of strategies and movement concepts


    iii. recalls and applies information to perform effectively.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion C

    • Criterion C must be assessed in performance/playing situations.


    • A student’s ability to recall and apply skills and techniques could include: accuracy, efficiency,
    control, coordination, timing, fluency, speed and power.


    • A student’s ability to recall and apply strategies and movement concepts could include: the use of space, force and flow of movement and adaptation to various situations.


    • A student’s ability to recall and apply information to perform effectively could include: reading the situation, processing information, responding to feedback and making appropriate decisions. Depending on the nature of the activity, these sorts of characteristics should be considered.


    • Criterion C is not appropriate for assessing replication of movement routines and umpiring/ refereeing.

     

    Criterion D: Reflecting and Improving Performance Year 1

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. states a strategy to enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. states a goal to enhance performance


    iii. describes performance.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. lists strategies to enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. states a goal and applies strategies to enhance performance


    iii. summarizes performance.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. identifies strategies to enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. lists goals and applies strategies to enhance performance


    iii. outlines and summarizes performance.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. identifies and demonstrates strategies to enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. identifies goals and applies strategies to enhance performance


    iii. describes and summarizes performance.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion D

    • Criterion D is appropriate for assessing personal and social development in sports/performance leadership and officiating.

     

    Year 2 Students [7th Grade]:  Students in year two of MYP will be assessed using Year 1 rubrics for the first semester, and Year 3 rubrics for the second semester.  There are no Year 2 specific rubrics for IBMYP.

     

    Year 3 Rubrics:

    Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding Year 3

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. recalls physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. identifies physical and health education knowledge to outline issues and suggest solutions to problems set in familiar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology to communicate understanding with limited success.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. states physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. identifies physical and health education knowledge to describe issues and to solve problems set in familiar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology to communicate understanding.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. outlines physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. applies physical and health education knowledge to describe issues to solve problems set in familiar situations and suggest solutions to problems set in unfamiliar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology consistently to communicate understanding.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. describes physical and health education factual, procedural and conceptual knowledge


    ii. applies physical and health education knowledge to explain issues and solve problems set in familiar and unfamiliar situations


    iii. applies physical and health terminology consistently and effectively to communicate understanding.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion A

    • Criterion A must be assessed in non-performance/non-playing situations.
    • Criterion A can be assessed only through written or oral tasks.

     

    Criterion B: Planning for Performance Year 3

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. outlines a plan for improving physical performance and health


    ii. states the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. constructs and outlines a plan for improving physical performance and health


    ii. outlines the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. constructs and explains a plan for improving physical performance and health


    ii. describes the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. designs and explains a plan for improving physical performance and health


    ii. explains the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion B

    • Criterion B can be assessed through units that require students to inquire and plan. Examples include: composition of aesthetic movement routines (such as gymnastics, dance, sport aerobics, martial arts), fitness training programmes, coaching programmes, game creation and laboratory investigations (such as fitness, skill acquisition, energy systems).
    • Planning for the execution of individual skills is not appropriate for assessment against this criterion. For example, criterion B is not used to assess a student’s plan of how to execute a skill such as tackling in rugby. However, it is appropriate to assess a plan for improving defensive performance in rugby by developing a range of skills, strategies and techniques. In this situation, the student may plan to improve the following areas: strength, speed, cardiovascular fitness, tackling technique, formation, etc in order to improve the overall performance.
    • In order to meet the requirements of criterion B, the student’s plan must be carried out in order for its effectiveness to be evaluated.
    • Criterion B requires an objective explanation of the effectiveness of the plan.

     

    Criterion C: Applying and Performing Year 3

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. recalls and applies skills and techniques with limited success


    ii. recalls and applies strategies and movement concepts with limited success


    iii. recalls and applies information to perform.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. demonstrates and applies skills and techniques with limited success


    ii. demonstrates and applies strategies and movement concepts with limited success


    iii. identifies and applies information to perform.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. demonstrates and applies skills and techniques


    ii. demonstrates and applies strategies and movement concepts


    iii. identifies and applies information to perform effectively.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. demonstrates and applies a range of skills and techniques


    ii. demonstrates and applies a range of strategies and movement concepts


    iii. outlines and applies information to perform effectively.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion C

    • Criterion C must be assessed in performance/playing situations.
    • A student’s ability to demonstrate and apply skills and techniques could include: accuracy,
      efficiency, control, coordination, timing, fluency, speed and power.
    • A student’s ability to demonstrate and apply strategies and movement concepts could include: the use of space, force and flow of movement and adaptation to various situations.
    • A student’s ability to outline and apply information to perform effectively could include: reading the situation, processing information, responding to feedback and making appropriate decisions. Depending on the nature of the activity, these sorts of characteristics should be considered.
    • Criterion C is not appropriate for assessing replication of movement routines and umpiring/ refereeing.

     

    Criterion D: Reflecting and Improving Performance Year 3

    Achievement Level

    Descriptor

     

    0

    The student does not reach a standard by any of the descriptors below.

    1-2

    The student:


    i. identifies strategies that enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. lists goals to enhance performance


    iii. summarizes performance.

     

    3-4

    The student:


    i. identifies and demonstrates strategies that enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. identifies goals to enhance performance


    iii. outlines and summarizes performance.

     

    5-6

    The student:


    i. outlines and demonstrates strategies that enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. identifies goals and applies strategies to enhance performance


    iii. outlines and evaluates performance.

     

    7-8

    The student:


    i. describes and demonstrates strategies that enhance interpersonal skills


    ii. outlines goals and applies strategies to enhance performance


    iii. explains and evaluates performance.

     

     

    Notes for Criterion D

    • Criterion D is appropriate for assessing personal and social development in sports/performance leadership and officiating.

     

     

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