Over the last few weeks, we have been working on our skills related to Striking & Fielding. As a summative assessment task, I concluded the unit with a striking and fielding game that highlighted all of the skills that we have worked on from week one (Striking, Fielding, Throwing, sometimes kicking etc). The unit so far has been loaded with formative assessment which is enough to evaluate all of the students on however, as a general performance self-assessment, I had the students self-assess themselves in 6 areas:
Striking with a bat
Striking with a cricket bat
Striking with a tennis racket
Kicking (Kickball concept)
We played a final game of 'Crazy Cricket' (see next week's blog), which put into action all of the above skills. Once done the game, the students completed the self-assessment task described above. Also included on the assessment task, they had to:
Draw a picture of their favorite game during the unit
Identify what they did well
Identify what needed to be improved upon.
Please see pictures and examples of student assessment below....
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