Scratch – Creating a Shooting Game

Lesson Aim

  • To produce a simple game using Scratch

Main

During todays lesson you will produce a simple shooting game.
Follow the instructions on the worksheet below to create your shoot the parrot game.

Duck Shoot_Game

Extension

If you have completed the shooting game use the tutorial below to create a flappy bird game

Flappy Bird_Game

Cover Work – Monday 29 Jan 2018

Lesson 1 – no cover required

Lesson 2 – No cover required

Lesson 3 – Year 11

Click on the tutorial below to find instructions on how to create a catch the ball game in Scratch. Use the tutorial to create your own game, if you complete the tutorial modify the game and personalise it.

Catch the ball tutorial

Lesson 4 – Year 13

Complete D2 and D3 for unit 28.  This needs to be completed by the end of today, to allow us to start the spreadsheet unit next lesson.

Lesson 5 – Year 10

Can you continue with the logo research from the previous lesson, and complete the powerpoint presentation.  You need to review 3/4 food festival logos ( ensuring you complete the sources table) and answer the review questions on the presentation in detail. The review presentation should be in their own folder if a student was absent last lesson he may go to the following folder:

Students –> ICT & Computing –> Year 10 /11 –> Unit DA203…

 

Create Angry Birds using Scratch

Task

Your task is to create angry birds in scratch. You will find all the resources you require below:

(NB. Sound resources have not been included as there are no speakers attached to the PCs)

If you have difficulty reading any of the scripts download the PDF file and zoom in to make it more accessible

Graphics

Tutorial 1               Video 1angry_birds

Tutorial 2               Video 2

Tutorial 3               Video 3

Tutorial 4               Video 4

Tutorial 5               Video 5

Tutorial 6               Video 6

Scratch – Pong Game

Lesson Aim

  • Understand how to add appeal to a game
  • Create a two player game in Scratch
  • Extend the game using skills learned

 

Starter

Questions to consider:

What makes a good game?

How can we introduce elements in to a game to make it more appealing?

 

Main Task

Your task is to create a two player game in Scratch.  Follow the instructions below to create the original computer game Pong.

Once you have completed the tutorials attempt to make some improvements to your game as suggested on the final slide

Plenary

Play the game with student next to you and ask for advice on two possible changes to your game