Scratch Reflections & Your App Strengths

posted by: Mr. Bergquist 19 September 2013 No Comment

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[Worth 10 Classwork Points, due at the end of the period; if you need more time just ask Mr. Bergquist]

Use complete sentences to answer each of these questions.  Full score requires use of complete sentences.  Please do your best to express yourself and write clearly.  Thanks. 

1) 3 Cool Scratch Features:

What do you think are the 3 coolest features or functions in Scratch that you have learned to use – for example, using the “wait _ sec” function to slow down your program (but that is not really a very exciting one.)
Goal: I want to see what you found interesting & useful in Scratch.

2) How a Scratch Feature Works:

Pick one (1) of the cool features, and write at least two sentences that describe what you can do with it (give an example) and basic instructions on how you use the feature. Imagine you are writing these instructions to a Middle school student on how to use Scratch.  Don’t worry if you cannot remember all the details, do your best to describe it.
Goal: I want to determine how well you can explain to others what you have learned.

3) Scratch for Apps?

Do you think we could create an interesting App using Scratch?  Describe why or why not you think this.  Use specific examples.
Goal: I am interested in your understanding of the capability of Scratch.

4) Your App Skills:

We are going to be relying on a wide variety of skills on our teams when creating apps.  Tell me your two (2) best skills that can help in making our App. Skills can include: drawing characters, creating music for background, writing dialog, making sound effects, programming, game strategy, promoting the game, marketing strategy, and feel free to list any other skills you may have that could help your App team.
Goal: I want to see what kind of skills we have in our class.

Use complete sentences to answer each of these questions.  Full score requires use of complete sentences.  Please do your best to express yourself and write clearly.  Thanks. 

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