Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 119 lectures (9h 24m) | Size: 5.81 GB
Learn MIT Scratch Programming with STEM Tutor || Big Value Bundle || Competition Ready || Make Game, Play Game, Repeat!
What you’ll learn:
Build famous games in Scratch such as Dino Run and Space Invaders with step by step instructions.
Create your very own X’mas Card in the first lesson!
Combine different tactics into their Scratch competition project!
Apply tactics that are taught in this course to make your own games!
Learn Scratch Programming with a variety of difficulty levels.
No experience needed for the beginner games.
Math skills needed for the advanced games.
This course is for anyone who loves Scratch game making!
You can try to build games that were only in your imagination before!
There are 10 games for beginners, which are suitable for first time learner:
/Tactic 1/ X’mas Card, Steady Hand Game (Remix of Starter Maze Game), Guess the Number
/Tactic 2/ Catching Doughnut Game, Avoid Falling Stars, Picture Display (4-Minutes Craft), Dragon Defense, Ship Battle
/Tactic 3/ Puzzle Game
/Tactic 4/ Hangman
and 7 games for advanced students who want to enhance their game making skills:
/Tactic 1/ Ghost Car Racing, Color Word Illusions
/Tactic 2/ Cat Run (Dino Run Clone)
/Tactic 3/ Rock Paper Scissors, Space Invaders 202X
/Tactic 4/ Guess Where the Ball Game, Memory Matching Game
In this course, I will teach you 4 coding tactics, which I summarized from all the face-to-face classes that I taught.
They are listed as follows:
Tactic 1: Using If Blocks Inside a Forever Loop
Tactic 2: Using Create Clone Blocks
Tactic 3: Using Repeat Until Block Followed by an If Then Else Block
Tactic 4: Using Lists and My Blocks
These tactics help students to learn Scratch in an ascending order of difficulty. In most situation, students can build their own projects after learning Tactic 1 & 2. I will explain the difficult parts step by step in all the games, so you will not only follow my instructions, but also understand how the games work. This course is a must for preparing any Scratch competition!
I will also walk through some “mysterious” topics, such as
Demonstrating to you how to make the game play again without clicking the green flag by replacing “all” the green flags with broadcast (In Cat Run).
Explaining and using local variables by dragging it to another sprite and telling the difference (In Puzzle Game).
Adding a little bit of time in the coding to make Scratch “magically work” in detecting hit collisions or having enough time to initial its variables (In most of the games).
Playing sound effect without repeating in a running loop using an if block with a single time condition (In Dragon Defense).
Generating a new list with a completely new items allocation in mathematical way (elimination method) (In Guess Where the Ball Game).
If you are interested in this course, why don’t you take a look on my previews below? Join now and I will see you inside!
Who this course is for
Children who want to learn Scratch Programming by themselves.
Parents trying to teach their child about coding in their first time.
Teachers who would like to teach Scratch Programming with varying degrees of difficulty.
Scratch Competitors that are preparing their Scratch competition.