SCRATCH games

  • Scratch games - organizing the work and rules

    A private Padlet wall will be used to organize and present the work. Each country starts with a simple game or an idea of a game or a part of a game. Project coordinators from each country will watch the deadlines.

    25 nov -10 dec

    10 dec -30 dec

    3 jan - 20 jan

    20 jan - 5 feb

    5 feb - 20 feb

    20 feb -5 mar

    5 march to 19 march→ presentation

    CZ->
    sent

    DE ->
    sent

    FI ->

    sent

    FR ->

    sent

    LV ->

    sent

    SP

    a Spanish student presents

    DE -> sent

    FI ->
    sent

    FR->

    sent

    LV ->

    sent

    SP ->

    sent

    CZ

    a Czech student presents

    FI ->

    sent

    FR ->

    sent

    LV->

    sent

    SP ->

    sent

    CZ ->
    sent

    DE
     

    a German student presents

    FR -> sent

    LV ->

    sent

    SP ->

    sent

    CZ ->

    sent

    DE ->
    sent

    FI

    a Finnish students presents

    LV ->

    sent

    SP ->

    sent

    CZ->

    sent

    DE ->
    sent

    FI -> sent

    FR

    a French student presents

    SP ->sent

    CZ ->
    sent

    DE->

    sent

    FI ->

    sent

    FR ->
    sent

    LV

    a Latvian student presents

     

    French team discussed the way to organize the scratch activities. Please read carefully what follows. Respecting it by all is a condition of the smooth running of the activity :
     
    1) Give each game  a name (it will be easier for us when we will receive a file), like this :
         "game1_CZ.sb2"   for the one started by CZ
         "game2_DE.sb2"   for the one started by DE
         "game3_FL.sb2"   for the one started by FL"
         "game4_FR.sb2"   for the one started by FR
         "game5_LV.sb2"   for the one started by LV
         "game6_SP.sb2"   for the one started by SP
     
    When you send a further version of the game, just add "_COUNTRY".  For example :   game1_CZ_DE_FL.sb2  is the name of the file "game1" sent by Finland to France.
    ALWAYS keep a copy of your version of the game before sending...
     
    2) Each Scratch file must be accompanied by a WORD file (same name as the game .doc). In this Word file must be shortly explained, for each level, the main ideas and functions of the game (example : "if key space is clicked, the game starts, if .........")
    --> So always keep in mind to send 2 FILES to the next partner : the Scratch file and the Word file.  These files are sent from teacher to teacher  (NOT from students to students)
     
    3) Mind the deadlines (I will try to send a Whatsapp a few days before).
     
    4) Once your 2 files are sent, write 'SENT" in the table of the Twinspace  . This way we can all monitor easily the process.
     
    5) Each new partner must add a level of the game.  Like in commercial games, a player can go to level 2 after having completed the level1.  The idea is the same here.
    So right from level 1, students must imagine a way to quantify the number of points (= a score, a number of good answers ...)  that will allow next partners to define the begining of the following level.  This must be explained in the WORD file.
    From one level to another, the idea of the game should be respected  (for example : if level 1 is a pong game, level 2 should also be a pong game, with 1 additional difficulty)
    In order not to work on similar topics for the Scratch games, please, will you be so kind of writing the topic of your game in the table below:
     
    GAME NAME STARTING COUNTRY TOPIC
    game1_CZ.sb2 Czech Republic Cat hunting the mouse across a busy highway.
    game2_DE.sb2 Germany We want to make a digital kicker game.
    game3_FL.sb2 Finland Bananas
    game4_FR.sb2 France Labyrinth
    game5_LV.sb2 Latvia Six golden keys ( The first key of Riga)
    game6_SP.sb2 Spain Game of jumping blocks, similar to Super Mario Bross.
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