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CNIT 15500 Fall 2011 Lecture notes for 9/7/2011 Prof. Harriger Announcements Lab 02 o Submit to essignments Your Scratch animation for your assigned fairy tale Your explanation of how you addressed the requirements, so we can evaluate the submission correctly Your picture with the correct pose, file type, file size, and filename o Do NOT upload your Scratch homework to the scratch website o Due next Monday, 9/12, 10 pm AITP Computer Roundtable o Thursday, 9/8, 9 am – 3:30 pm, PMU Ballroom Quiz Course material from 8/22 through 9/6 Resources http://info.scratch.mit.edu/About_Scratch
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Unformatted text preview: • http://learnscratch.org/resources/why-learn-scratch Discussion topics 1. The Scratch stage a. 2-dimension grid b. Horizontal range c. Vertical range d. Direction 2. Sprite communication a. How to do it b. Purposes 3. Planning a Scratch animation a. What sprites are needed? b. What sequence of actions should be shown? c. Which sprites dictate the actions of other sprites? 4. To Do a. Identify the sprites and sequence of actions that depict my day, including five classes between 8 am and 5 pm, fitness, homework, and nutritional needs....
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