Presentation on theme: "My Scratch Story Exploring Computer Science Lesson 4-7."— Presentation transcript:
My Scratch Story Exploring Computer Science Lesson 4-7
Objectives The students will be able to: Broadcast events. Develop a Scratch story project. Complete a Scratch story. Assess their peers to help them gauge their progress. Prepare and make a presentation of a Scratch story to the class. Your Goal You are going to create a story in Scratch and present it to the class. Your Scratch Program must have: 4 Scenes 3 Sprites 8 Say or Think Boxes At least one conversation An opening scene with your name.
Scratch Story Rubric Do you have? Points Possible The Story Have at least 3 scenes10 Have at least 4 scenes5 Have at least 3 different sprites10 Have at least 8 say or think boxes10 Animate the movement of your characters or add appropriate sounds 5 Use broadcast to change scenes in your story 10 Have the characters take turns speaking to each other 5 Have at least one conversation between characters 5 Do you have? Points Possible Have a title scene with your name on it10 Story initializes itself when the flag is clicked 4 The entire story plays once you click the flag 4 The Presentation Explain an example from your program of how events (broadcast) were used to transition from one scene to another. 10 Peer Grading12 Extra Credit Have the best project as voted on by peers Up to 10Up to 10 TOTAL:100
Journal Brainstorm some ideas for your story. Review your story ideas with your group. Give your suggestions on how to make the story better. In your journals complete your story. What are the scenes? Who are in the scenes? What is the dialogue? Try list the timings! It will help with the “waits” Develop Your Story
When is this due? You must have your Scratch program complete by the end of class on Friday February 27 th. This is a lot of work! You cannot wait until the last day. I expect to see progress every day. You should have the idea for your entire story. Are you going use the existing Sprites or find new ones? What will your stages be? I want to see your storyboard for the first scene with the timings. You can also review the scratch tutorials(scratch.mit.edu) Today!