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This week all students will test their games and correct any errors that they find.
This week students will continue to develop the coding for their Scratch game with the aim of making sure it meets all of the Success Criteria originally designed in the planning stage. Students should be able to start testing their games by playing with them themselves and amending any errors that occur.
This week students will continue developing their game with the aim of using their algorithms to produce some coding for a sprite they have developed. Planning sheets should now be completely finished by the majority of students and emphasis will be on turning the planned sequence of events into actual coding.
Most year 7 students will be creating a sprite and background for the game they planned to make during last week’s lesson. Those students who are artistically talented and finish the graphics work quickly will start to produce the first few scripts of coding for the game using the Algorithms mentioned in the previous lesson.
Computing Key Stage 3 Involving Letter
Week Commencing 6 th June 2016