Cricket themed lesson plans enabling students to grasp and retain knowledge using cricket as a teaching tool.
Science - Lesson Plan
Year 4: Are you a force with which to be reckoned?
This unit is designed to support the physical sciences element of the curriculum and investigate the concept of forces., By analysing some of the contact and non-contact forces that play a vital role in the game of cricket. Students will be involved in a series of simple experiments and activities that will allow them to collect data and draw conclusions; and then design a more sophisticated experiment to permit deeper analysis.
Math - Lesson Plan
Year 5: Are numbers the real game?
This mathematics unit draws on the teaching opportunities arising from the two latest ICC Cricket World Cups; the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 that was held in March and April, 2014 in Bangladesh (which Australia won) or the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (Men’s) to be held in Australia and New Zealand in February and March, 2015. Students are required to use data about the players to select the best possible team in either World Cup Competition (that is a “World XI”) and, select their Australia team for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (optional).
Economics - Lesson Plan
Year 5/6: Hosting an ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Event
Your students will investigate the human, natural and capital resources needed to host an ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, analyse the pros and cons of the various stakeholders, then design and present an address to the class, acting as the local business community.
Geography - Lesson Plan
Year 7: Place and Liveability – Making Your Place Even Better
A comprehensive guide to engaging your students in investigating the place and liveability of the home towns of four high profile cricketers. Students will evaluate the liveability of their own area and will investigate whether it can be improved through planning.
History - Lesson Plan
Year 6: A Case Study of Fawad Ahmed
A comprehensive guide to engaging your students in the journey of Australia as a nation. Connect your classroom with the real life story of an Australian sporting hero, Fawad Ahmed and his journey of migration, hardship and sporting excellence.
History - Lesson Plan
Year 9: Making of The Modern World
In this unit, students will cover two important electives, namely ‘Making a Better World: Movement of Peoples (1750-1901)’ and ‘Australia and Asia – Making a Nation (1750-1918)’. Students will consider the movement of peoples in convict transportation as a result of the Industrial Revolution. They will analyse these journeys and experiences with particular focus on the women convicts of the Second Fleet. Students will also examine colonial expansion in Australia and the effects of the contact on European Colonialists & First Austalians.
Design and Technology - Lesson Plan
Year 7-10: Eyes on the prize – a design and innovation challenge
In this unit, ‘Eyes on the Prize’, students will explore the rich history of the ICC Cricket World Cup through the evolution of the impressive trophies presented to winning teams taking part in international cricket competitions. Students will work together and individually, explore cutting edge digital tools and create a realistic three-dimensional model of a proposed trophy for the winning team of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
Health and Physical Education - Lesson Plan
Year 7-10: Movement and Physical Activity
This unit incorporates the principles of the pedagogical methodology, Teaching Games for Understanding, to develop the skill of throwing. The skill of throwing is fundamental in developing hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills and is a key component of many games and activities. That is why the ability to throw competently has many benefits.
Maths - Lesson Plan
Year 8-9: Bradman by the Numbers
Sir Donald Bradman is arguably the best batter that the sport of cricket has ever known. He is consistently named in the top 10 lists of the best athletes of all time and as a cricketer, he created statistics that had never been seen before and in some cases have not been surpassed in the sport of cricket.