I’d like to be able to evaluate students on this level. Does anyone use a rubric to evaluate this project?
This is a multi level one that looks like it starts on 15. Here are the basic things that students needed to accomplish for 17.
You’re going to start creating a scene of your own. If you haven’t already, take a minute to sketch out a picture of your scene (consider using graph paper). Once you have an idea and plan for your scene, start drawing the background.
Use a background() command to fill the screen with a color.
Add any necessary shape commands to draw the non-sprite elements of your scene.
Add or create all of your sprite images in the Animation Tab.
Create a variable for each sprite at the top of your program and use setAnimation() to assign the images you created in the Animation Tab.
Call drawSprites() once at the end of your program.
Add a text() command for each separate line of text.
If necessary, use fill() and textSize() to change the appearance of your text.
Could be something like
- sketch out a picture of your scene
- Use a background() command to fill the screen with a color.
- Add any necessary shape commands to draw the non-sprite elements of your scene.
- Add or create all of your sprite images in the Animation Tab.
- Call drawSprites() once
- Add a text() command
- use fill() and textSize() to change the appearance of your text.
And then add some general rubric scale for each.
Its a start. What do you think?
Thank you! It was helpful to see the scene broken down this way. I adapted the CSD U3L14 rubric with the outline you created. Maybe it would be useful to someone else.[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IZsmI2LA460ipsTlDfEOJL2uQAk3aexZ5ZYdoRHOk4I/edit?usp=sharing](http://U3L06 Rubric)