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Let's Play Smash Bros. Ultimate: Friendly Games and Community Building
Students will play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on the Nintendo Switch in a casual environment that focuses on enjoying the game and making new friends.
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In this class, students will play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in a small and casual group to experience all the game has to offer. Every student will play in every match, and we will be using all of their favourite stages and items. Students will use the Battle Arena section within the game to battle. Students will be apart of a community of gamers to battle and share their enjoyment of the game. Students will also engage in discussions about favourite characters, strategies and battle...
We are learning how to play a friendly match in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch. We are learning to share our favourite part of the game (and make friends in the process). We are learning new strategies and techniques from one another.
Nintendo Switch A Nintendo Switch Online Subscription A copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Connection to the Internet (Please ensure the student Nintendo switch can play their games online before registering for the class)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In the class, students will need a Nintendo Online Subscription to participate. The subscription allows students to games on their Nintendo Switch in an online environment. This subscription might need to be purchased by a guardian with a credit card or Paypal account.
Mr. MaleckiA Certified Teacher (Ontario, Canada) with years of experience with digital media and all curriculum areas for young learners.
102 total reviews
68 completed classes
As I am qualified as a Primary/Junior teacher, I have taught a range of students between kindergarten and grade 6. During this time, I covered all curriculum subjects (math, language, social studies, science, health, physical education, etc.) I...