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Year 7 - Scratch - Interactive programming

What do I need to Learn?

I understand that algorithms can be represented as flowcharts
I need to learn how to create a Storyline

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Lesson

Task 1 - Doddle test Click to see more

Scratch Assessment

Log into Doddle if you can't remember howClick here to find out how to do it

Your Scratch Assessment

Click on the image below to go to Doddle. Then find the Year 7 assessment


Task 2 - My Scratch quiz project Click to see more

Finish your Scratch Quiz

Here are some ideas:

  1. Use a loop to make question repeat until the right answer is given.
  2. Scratch


  3. Break up your questions so that they are called by using broadcasts named question1, question2 etc.
  4. Scratch


  5. Create a variable called Score and use it to keep a check on how many questions trhe user has got right.
  6. Scratch

  7. Create a variable called Countdown and add it to a repeat loop to countdown to the quiz start, see below
  8. Scratch


  9. Challenge - Don't forget to send me a link to youir quiz when you are finished.

  10. Scratch


Task 3 - Update your learning objective Click to see more

Summing it all up

Lets look at the learning outcomes and decide which one best describes our current level of understanding :

Tick the one you feel is closest to your level

Learning Outcomes I understand that algorithms can be represented as flowcharts

  • I have a basic understanding of how I understand that algorithms can be represented as flowcharts with a little help from my teacher
  • I can show my teacher that I understand that algorithms can be represented as flowcharts without their help.
  • I understand that algorithms can be represented as flowcharts independently and I can also explain it to others and can complete any extension tasks I am given.

🠜 Now update your learning objectivesClick on the Assessment image


My Notes: coding-s

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