• STUDENTPOINTMIDDLETOWN NORTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    GRADERANGEDAILY GRADING CRITERIA
    A+ Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    5Student cooperates, helps others, and exhibits full participation at the highest skill level in every activity.  
    4.9Student always keeps score and always knows and follows the rules of the game. 
    4.8Student exhibits good sportsmanship and fair play.
     Student demonstrates advanced proficiency in the subject on a daily basis.
    A Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    4.7Student cooperates, helps others, and exhibits full participation at a high skill level in every activity.  
    4.6Student always keeps score and always knows and follows the rules of the game. 
    4.5Student exhibits good sportsmanship and fair play.
     Student demonstrates a high proficiency in the subject area on a daily basis.
    B+ Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    4.4Student cooperates, helps others, and exhibits consistent participation at an above average skill level.  
    4.3Student keeps score and knows and follows the rules of the game. 
     Student exhibits good sportsmanship and fair play.
     Student demonstrates above average proficiency in the subject area on a daily basis.
    B Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    4.2Student cooperates, helps others, and exhibits good participation at a moderate skill level.  
    4.1Student generally keeps score and knows and follows the rules of the game. 
    4Student usually exhibits good sportsmanship and fair play.
     Student demonstrates good proficiency in the subject area on a daily basis.
    C+ Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    3.9Student cooperates and exhibits average participation at an average skill level.  
    3.8Student may keep score and is indifferent towards the rules of the game. 
     Student demonstrates average proficiency in the subject area on a daily basis.
     Student demonstrates a deficiency in one or more of the criteria listed above (see comments)
    C Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    3.7Student exhibits below average participation and or a below average skill level.  
    3.6Student inconsistently keeps score and lacks knowledge of the rules of the game. 
    3.5Student demonstrates below average proficiency in the subject area on a daily basis.
     Student demonstrates a deficiency in one or more of the criteria listed above (see comments)
    D Student is on time, prepared with proper footwear, appropriate clothing, no jewelry, & seated in squad line for attendance.
    3.4Student exhibits minimum participation at a limited skill level.  
    3.3Student rarely keeps score and seldom knows and follows the rules of the game. 
     Student demonstrates poor effort and/or attitude in the subject area on a daily basis.
     Student demonstrates a deficiency in one or more of the criteria listed above (see comments)
    F  
    3.2Student does not meet minimum requirements.
    OR 
    LOWERsee comments
      
    GRADING
    GRADING WILL BE BASED ON EACH DAYS ACTIVITY.  STUDENTS WILL BE GRADED ON A DAILY BASIS, AND
    EACH DAY IS WORTH A TOTAL OF FIVE (5) POINTS.  STUDENTS MAY HAVE POINTS DEDUCTED FROM THEIR
    GRADE IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES. 
    DRESS - PROPER DRESS IS REQUIRED FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS.
    ATTITUDE - PROPER ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR IS EXPECTED FROM ALL STUDENTS.
    EFFORT - STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO TRY TO THE BEST OF THEIR ABILITY EVERY DAY.
    JEWELRY - STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO REMOVE ALL JEWELRY PRIOR TO EACH ACTIVITY.
    SAFETY - ENDANGERING THE SAFETY OF OTHERS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. 
    PROMPTNESS - STUDENTS MUST BE IN CLASS ON TIME. 
    CELL PHONES-CELL PHONE USAGE MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF POINTS. 
      
    **ANY UNPREPARED WILL RESULT IN LOSS OF POINTS IN BOTH PARTICIPATION AND PREPARATION CATEGORIES  
    **STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE QUARTERLY TESTS WHICH WILL COUNT TOWARDS THEIR FINAL GRADE. 
    **GRADING BREAKDOWNDAILY PARTICIPATION AND PREPARATION 80% 
     QUARTERLY TEST 20% 
     
     
     
     
     
     
    9th Grade Physical Education Second Quarter – Quarterly Exam Study Guide

    Basketball terms

    -          Double dribble – occurs when a player stops dribbling the ball and starts dribbling again or when a player dribbles with two hands simultaneously. It is illegal.

    -          Carry- a violation in the game of basketball. It occurs when the dribbling player continues to dribble after allowing the ball to come to rest in one or both hands.

    -          Offense- the team that has the basketball and is trying to score a basket

    -          Defense- the team that does not have the basketball and is trying to prevent the opposing team from scoring a basket

    -          “Man to Man” defense- a type of defense where each player guards 1 individual player from the opposing team and follows that player wherever they go.

    -          “Zone” defense- a type of defense where each player stays in a specific zone and is responsible for covering any player that comes into their zone.

    -          Guide hand- when shooting the basketball, the non-shooting hand is positioned on the side of the ball and is used to guide the ball

    -          Dribbling: when dribbling the basketball, players should: keep their head up to see what is in front of them; keep the ball at waist level; use their fingertips

    -          Layup: the most basic shot in basketball; shooting the ball from underneath the basket, using the backboard.

    -          Right handed layup: when taking a layup with the right hand, players jump off of their left foot

    -          Left handed layup: when taking a layup with the left hand, players jump off of their right foot

     

    Differences between Regulation basketball games and Phys Ed basketball games

     

    Regulation Basketball Games

    Physical Education Basketball Games

    Start of the game

    Begins with a jump ball

    Begins with a “check” from the foul line.

    # of players

    5 players on the court per team (10 players total on the court)

    3-4 players on the court per team

    (6 or 8 players total on the court)

    When the ball goes out of bounds…

    The team that did not touch the ball last inbounds the ball by throwing it in from the spot it went out (under the basket, on the side of the court…)

    The team that did not touch the ball last checks the ball from the foul line

     


    Speedball

    -          Players can hold the ball for 3 seconds

    -          Players can take 3 steps with the ball

    -          Speedball games begin with a jump ball

    -          Players must stay within the black lines of the basketball court

    -          Only goalies can be on the opposite side of the black baseline of the basketball court

    -          Goals can be scored by kicking or throwing the ball underhand. Players must be behind the baseline (on the basketball court) in order to score a goal

    -          Players can use their hands to throw (pass) the ball to teammates to advance the ball

    -          Once the ball touches the ground, play continues with soccer (can dribble and pass the ball following soccer rules)

    -          When playing defense, players must be an arm’s length away from the opponent with the ball. Players cannot hit or knock the ball out of an opponent’s hands.

    -          Defensive players can intercept a pass from the other team

    Soccer

    -          Goalies are the only players who can use their hands in the game of soccer. Goalies must be inside the goal box in order to use their hands.

    -          Hand ball: when a field player touches the ball with their hand.

    -          Soccer drills such as toe touches, boxing the ball and dribbling the ball help improve a player’s control of the soccer ball

    -          When passing a soccer ball, players should use the inside of the foot for the most accurate pass