Scratch Without Games
This resource consists of eleven worksheets explaining how to use some basic commands in the programming language Scratch. Each sheet explains how the appropriate blocks are set up in Scratch, an example of their use and a number of exercises for use in the classroom. The commands covered are: • IF uses a variable and the IF statement to check whether the variable has a certain value. • IF ELSE uses an input and a variable to test for a specific word being inputted. • RNG makes use of the random number generator. • Branching 1 explains how the broadcast and the receive blocks are used. • Branching 2 is a continuation of the previous sheet containing further examples. • AND uses two inputs and the AND block to check whether the inputs meet both conditions. • Assessment 1 sets a number of tasks requiring the use of variables, the IF command, the AND command and the use of the random number generator. • Lists 1: explains how to create a list and add values to a list. • Lists 2: explains how to choose items from a list. • Lists 3: explains how to replace one item in a list with a different value. • Lists 4: explains how to check whether an item is contained within a list. Note: there is no sheet 7 or sheet 9 in this collection of resources. This resource is produced by Aidan Bartley.
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