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Scratch

Schemes of work

Scratch - a complete 6 week SoW

Includes:

SoW overview

  • 6 lesson plans (in ppt format)
  • All worksheets
  • Step-by-step tutorial sheets
  • Assessment material
  • Supporting resources.

NOTE: you may need to relink some of the hyperlinks to ensure that the resources open as required.

Kindly contributed by Laurence James, www.clickschool.co.uk

 

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File size: 35MB

Scratch - a five week course

A comprehensive workbook which could be used as a five week course to help teach students how to use Scratch (subscription only at request of author)

Kindly contributed by Anthony Orme

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Workbook

Scratch workbook

This workbook could be used to introduce students to the game making software, Scratch.

A well laid out, attractive workbook which has enough information to allow the students to explore the software at their own pace.

Kindly contributed by Chris Coleman

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Scratch - create a shark attack game

This superb 10 page step-by-step guide shows students how to set up a shark attack game complete with edible fish. An extension task is also included.

Kindly contributed by Dan Phelan

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Scratch cards

Liane O'Kane has developed these Scratch cards to supplement those available on the Scratch website.

Print them out and display them on the wall to act as a prompt for students.

Kindly contributed by Liane O'Kane

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Scratch instructions

This 32 page set of instructions for Scratch was developed by student Sebastian Considine in his own time to help other students and teachers.

Kindly contributed by Sebastian Considine

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workbook

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Scratch file: random line generator

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Scratch file: sine graph

 

 

Video tutorials for projects

The basics

Create a cat and dog chasing game whilst learning the basics of how to use Scratch.

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Moving eyes

Create a pair of moving eyes which will follow your mouse around the screen

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Car racing

Create a car racing game for two players.

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Helicopter

Learn to create a game which allows you to pilot a helicoptor through the caves

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Tanks

In this activity you will create a tank which could lead to your own game.

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Space Invaders

Create a classic space invaders game.

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Asteroids

Learn how to create another classic game - your parents probably remember playing this one!

Reproduced with kind permission from Rob Easton

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Scratch - shoot the flying parrot game

Reproduced with kind permission from David Phillips

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Scratch - fish and sharks game

Reproduced with kind permission from David Phillips

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Scratch - create a 'Pong' style game

Reproduced with kind permission from David Phillips

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Scratch - top down racing game

Created by David Phillips.

Based on an original idea by Rob Easton.

Published with permission from David Phillips and Rob Easton.

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Assessment resources

APP Tracking sheet.

Kindly contributed by David Senior
download filedownload file

APP Tracking sheet (spreadsheet version).

Created by David Dance based on the work of David Senior.

click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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