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Rubric for Assessing Manipulation and Balance in Grade R Learners Category: Manipulation Skills 1. Ball Handling(Throwing/Catching) - Not Yet Mastered (1 point): Struggles to throw or catch a ball; frequently drops or misses the ball. - Developing (2 points): Occasionally catches or throws the ball. Frequent mistakes but shows improvement. - Proficient (3 points): Generally throws or catches the ball accurately. Occasional misses. - Excellent (4 points): Accurately throws and catches the ball with ease and confidence. 2. Paintbrush/ Pencil Grip - Not Yet Mastered (1 point): Struggles with proper paintbrush or pencil grip; holds the tool awkwardly. - Developing (2 points): Shows progress in using the correct grip, but needs reminders or corrections. - Proficient (3 points): Usually uses correct grip easily without reminders. - Excellent (4 points): Consistently and correctly holds paintbrush/pencil with ease. Category: Balance Skills 1. Static Balance (Standing on one foot) - Not Yet Mastered (1 point): Unable to hold balance or continually falls over. - Developing (2 points): Can hold balance for a short time but still falls frequently. - Proficient (3 points): Can balance on one foot with occasional falls. - Excellent (4 points): Easily and confidently holds balance with no falls. 2. Dynamic Balance (Walking on a line or beam) - Not Yet Mastered (1 point): Cannot walk on line/beam without stepping off. - Developing (2 points): Can walk but frequently steps off line/beam. - Proficient (3 points): Navigates the line/beam with few mistakes. - Excellent (4 points): Walks on line/beam with confidence and without stepping off the line. 3. Balance during Play (Running, jumping, etc.) - Not Yet Mastered (1 point): Struggles with balance during play, is clumsy or falls often. - Developing (2 points): Shows improvement, but still experiences occasional balance issues. - Proficient (3 points): Rarely falls or loses balance during play. - Excellent (4 points): Exhibits excellent balance at all times during play, rarely falls. This rubric provides a simple and effective way to assess Grade R learners on their manipulation and balance skills. It is essential to note that the expectations should be realistic and focus on the gradual improvement and growth of the child. Always remember that different children develop at different rates.

Answered by gpt-4

April 29, 2024, 4:18 a.m.

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Published: Monday, April 29, 2024

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