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Create PT - Sample C - Score: 7/8 Total score Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 This document combines student sample, scoring guidelines and scoring commentary from: Create PT Sample C Sample: C 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 Video Submit one video in .mp4, .wmv, .avi, or .mov format that demonstrates the running of at least one significant feature of your program. Your video must not exceed 1 minute in length and must not exceed 30MB in size. Program Purpose and Development 2a . Provide a written response or audio narration in your video that: identifies the programming language identifies the purpose of your program; and Explains what the video illustrates. (Must not exceed 150 words) Student Response Scoring Guidelines My program is an interactive game created with Javascript. The purpose of this game is to create something fun that interacts with the user by incorporating an adventure that the player completes by performing certain tasks or winning certain games Row and Task Decision Rules Row 1 Response 2A The video demonstrates the running of at least one feature of the program submitted. AND The response (audio narration or written response) identifies the purpose of the program (what the program is attempting to do). Response earns the point if it explains the function of the program instead of identifying the purpose. Response earns the point if the illustrated feature runs, even if it does not function as intended. Response earns the point if the video includes a narration or some form of closed captioning that addresses the purpose of the program. Do NOT award a point if any one of the following is true: ● a video is not submitted; ● the video does not illustrate the feature mentioned in the response; or ● the video does not illustrate the running of the feature (screen shots or storyboards are not acceptable and would not be 1
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within each adventure. Once all of the subgames on each level of the app are won, the user completes the adventure. The video shows one of two adventures that are incorporated in my game to display how the program tracks score within each mini game and on each overall level/adventure to determine when the overall game/adventure is won. The video also shows the functionality of the games and how they are played, in addition to the storyline format that the adventures follow. (124 words) credited). The response earned a point for this row. The video is continuously running and demonstrates two adventures in the adventure game. The response indicates that the purpose of this program is to create a fun and interactive adventure game. 2b . Describe the incremental and iterative development process of your program, focusing on two distinct points in that process. Describe the difficulties and/ or opportunities you encountered and how they were resolved or incorporated. In your description clearly indicate whether the development described was collaborative or independent. At least one of these points must refer to independent program development.
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