3.4

The Spirit of Cricket in Action
Activity The Spirit of Cricket in Action
Curriculum Area CPSHE & Art
NC Objectives CPSHE: 2b), 4a) Art: 1b), 2a), 2b), 3a), 3b), 4a), 5a), 5b) & 5c)

Main learning objective

To effectively tell a story through powerful and accurately drawn pictures and to understand the importance of the spirit of cricket.

Timing

Lesson plan and supporting resources

Introduction 10 minutes
Main Activity 40 Minutes
  • Provide the pupils with the ‘Storyboard for the spirit of cricket - Activity' worksheet and they must work individually or in pairs to draw a storyboard to represent the spirit of cricket in action. This could be anything from apologising after bowling a ball at the batsman's body by accident, not appealing for a catch that hit the ground, etc.
Plenary 10 Minutes
  • Allow the pupils to show their completed storyboards to the rest of the class and the class must guess what part the spirit of cricket has been represented.
  • If time is available and it has not been used yet, use the ‘Who Wants to be a Spirit of Cricket Centurion quiz' and discuss the answers as a class.