Scratch Pong Rubric

posted by: Mr. Bergquist 14 February 2012 No Comment

Develop a Pong Game in Scratch that demonstrates your use of loops, variables, messages, and other programming concepts.  This will be our first Project worth 10 project points. Place a copy of your final Project in your own folder in our shared class folder.

Deadline: Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Have Fun and be creative!

Scratch Pong Project evaluation criteria:  (Total: 10 Project Points)

Design, Creativity & Effort:  (5 Points)
(__/1) – Entertaining and Fun – project is engaging and easily enjoyed by others
(__/1) – Originality – project has unique qualities – add something to make it your own.
(__/1) – good use of class time (sustained effort, no off-task, done on time)
(__/1) – Program is well tested and free of bugs
(__/1) – Scratch Code is well laid out for easy viewing

Scratch Features: (Maximum 5 Points)

__ (__/1) – At least three Sprites
__ (__/1) – Keyboard and/or mouse actions control activity (i.e. move paddle sprites)
__ (__/1) – Ball bounces between paddle with varying angles
__ (__/1) – Score is tracked & displayed for each player
__ (__/1) – Broadcast signals game over and stops play

_________ Total (out of 10)

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (5 votes, average: 4.20 out of 5)
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