Presentation on theme: "MY STORYBOARD BASIC CRICKET SHOTS.. EQUIPMENT I WILL NEED. I will need 2 cones, a cricket bat, three cricket balls, a camera man and someone to bowl some."— Presentation transcript:
MY STORYBOARD BASIC CRICKET SHOTS.
EQUIPMENT I WILL NEED. I will need 2 cones, a cricket bat, three cricket balls, a camera man and someone to bowl some balls at me. I can provide balls and a cricket bat but I will need some cones from the gym and I can ask some friends to be the camera man and bowl some balls at me.
STEP 1 Explain what the tutorial is about and what you will need. How to play three basic cricket shots. You will need a cricket bat, cones and a few balls. (Tennis balls or proper cricket balls) Shot 1 (The front drive) Show examples and the correct method. Get someone to bowl a ball at me and then do examples with balls coming at me. Try to hit them through the cones. Explain which game situation you use the Front drive in. After finished put the video onto Windows Movie Maker and edit.
STEP 2 Shot 2 (The classic defense) Explain how important this shot is in cricket. Show some correct examples and then again get a bowler to bowl the ball at me and then hit the ball in a perfect defensive shot. Explain why and how you use the shot in a game situation. When finished with the video add to movie maker and edit with shot 1.
STEP 3 Shot 3 ( The pull) Explain when and why you need to use this shot. Do a few correct examples. Give tips on how to do it. Get someone to bowl a few balls at me. Hit them using the pull shot. Explain where the ball needs to pitch for to hit a successful pull shot. Explain how you should only use the pull shot in attacking situations.
STEP 4 Conclusion Go over the shots and when you use them. Show one more example of each shot and end the tutorial with a clip of professionals doing each shot in a game situation.