Coding & Tech
Storytelling With Scratch - Part 2
Dive deeper into storytelling using Scratch, learning about premise and narration, and then we will build an interactive "Make Your Own Adventure" story.
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Once per week
over 6 weeks
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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This class is the 2nd in the series "Story Telling with Scratch". "Story Telling with Scratch - Part 1" is a pre-requisite. We will make 3 projects in this class. The first project will introduce the storytelling concept of the premise. Premise is a situation in which the main character begins the story and a problem, or conflict, presents itself and must be solved by the end of the story. The story will have multiple scenes, so we'll learn how to create fades between backdrops. We'll...
I focus on the elements of the computational thinking framework. Concepts: sequences, loops, parallelism, events, conditionals, operators and data Practices: experimenting, testing and debugging, reusing and remixing and abstracting Perspectives - creating and expressing, connecting with others, questioning. Students will learn to use variables, animation effects and answer blocks to make compelling stories.
I have taught Scratch to many students in the past few years, and am astounded by the creativity of my students in their Scratch projects.
There is no homework assigned, but students are encouraged to work on their projects between classes if they would like, and will have an opportunity to share with the rest of the class.
The larger the screen display, the better! It is challenging to run Zoom with a shared screen and Scratch at the same time...
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kari SantosSoftware Engineer Who Loves to Empower Kids with Coding Skills
342 total reviews
325 completed classes
I teach coding classes using Scratch and micro:bit robotics on OutSchool. I truly believe that Scratch is the best coding platform for kids. And micro:bit is by far the best "physical computing" device for learning robotics! I love the excitement...