Appendix C Archery Carolina Physical Education Assessment Program High School Archery

October 2003
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct2003, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p602
Academic Journal
The article presents information about the physical education assessment program called High School Archery. Assessment task is to shoot an end of arrows to a target with good technique and a minimum of 2 arrows in the target. Students will be asked to string their bow and then shoot one end from 20 yards at a 48-inch target. Students will be assessed on their ability to string their bow correctly, follow all safety and etiquette for archery, their shooting technique, the manner in which they retrieve arrows and score. Students will be video taped in a set of three for bracing their bow, shooting and retrieving.


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