U4 Challenge Decision


#1

Please share with the group which lesson you would like to work on and if you would like to have a partner to work with.

Before you post see if there is someone you can team up with. Working together will make this process easier and likely more fun.


#2

I couldn’t see any of the linked documents in the online PD; they all just had the dialogue to request access. As such, I chose the final project to lesson plan, so sorry if that wasn’t an actual option. It can be viewed here.


#3

Thanks for the information. The issue with access to some of the Unit 4 Challenge documents has been reported. Are you able to access the How-To Guide for Online Challenges? It includes several other documents that will support your planning for the final project including a template and a rubric.

Andrea


#4

I actually like using code.org, recently there was a star wars game that the kids love. For this unit I plan on using the flappy bird application. I am going to have the kids design a level then have them challenge other students. the programming is very similar to sctracth


#5

I will complete lesson 2-3.

Angela Jones Challenge-4PageLessonOverview.docx (25.0 KB)


#6

I plan to use Scratch Name Project.


#7

Scratch Name Project – gives the students some flexibility to be creative but also has some defined parameters to keep them on task.


#8

Scratch star wars game to keep it very current!


#9

I am new to programming and Scratch, so I will do Day 5-6, Moving Sprites.


#10

I will complete the lesson on Moving Sprites: Day 5-6 .


#11

I will complete Day 20-23 Timing Game and have students participate in Arcade Day. (Similar to a gallery walk)


#12

I decided to do the Intro to Scratch lesson.
Intro to Scatch Lesson 1


#13

scratch name project


#14

Day 1 Scratch - Animate Name with game project extensions for Scratch.

Scratch Name and additional projects

Worked with Leah dee Kilgore, Kathy Krohnert, Autumn Sutton, & Marcus Sudderth


Create your name in animated form
#15

Here is the link to our lesson -
Lesson 4 Name & Scratch


#17

This is a cute activity that allows the student to see some animation of their name. You might also let them animate their favorite short saying.

Lesson 4 Name & Scratch


#18

Thanks Leah, adding another option besides using names helps us to expand and give students another choice!


#19

Kathy Krohnert (me), Renee Smith, and Leah Dee Kilgore are intending to work on Programming Day 2-3 Name Project.


#20

I plan to do day 4 knock-knock joke.


#21

Yikes, if I knew this was going to be at the end of this PD I would have not taken so long to do it. As it was I did every lesson as if I was the student, creating my own .sb files along the way. I then used the skills gained to re-write the ECS ver 6 lessons for the students to self pace themselves through as we work, as a class, from one lesson to the next… so I guess it is safe to say that I already did them all as a challenge to myself, being new to Scratch and all. :flushed:

That said I guess the lesson I enjoyed the most was…
Day 18, 19: Rock Paper Scissors
Day 18, 19- Rock Paper Scissors Challenge-1_Page_Lesson_Overview_mhuffine.docx (31.6 KB)