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Lesson 26 Scratch Coding-Make a Video Game-Math Blaster
In this 1 session class, learners will create a game that gives random math problems. Answer them correctly in time #builder
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Class Experience Students should have a basic understanding of Scratch. -Students will create a unique game that gives random math problems - Problems can be addition or subtraction, or a combination - A bar will continue to fall as the game progresses - A correct answer pauses the bar -Students should know how to have 2 windows open at a time, or have 2 screens available. - One window is for Zoom, the other is where they will create their Scratch program - A keyboard is necessary...
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students must have some prior scratch experience -Students should know how to have 2 windows open at a time, or have 2 screens available. - One window is for Zoom, the other is where they will create their Scratch program - A keyboard is necessary for this course -Please create an account for Scratch prior to class - www.scratch.mit.edu -Please note, class length may vary based upon the number of learners and their knowledge of scratch - Notice: Please be on time for class. It is not fair for learners that are on-time to have to stop and wait until a late arrival catches up. This can take a fair amount of time depending on the knowledge level of the learner. For this reason, I do not accept late arrivals. If you are late due to technical issues, email me and I will gladly transfer you to another class. I appreciate your understanding
Technology is my passion
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Hi, my name is Dan Hartman. I am currently an elementary and middle school technology teacher(Pk-8). I graduated from Penn State with a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science. I love teaching, especially technology. It is so rewarding to see the...