May 17 :: Create your game!
C: Voice Level 2 (only the people next to you can hear you and no shouting across the room)
H: Ask your team, elbow partner or raise hand
A: Work on the assignment
M: Stay in your assigned seat
P: Work till assignment is completed
S: Finishing your work
PLEASE SIT IN YOUR ASSIGNED SEAT! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Typing Test Tuesday :: Due TODAY :: included in the 10 Points
5 MINUTE TYPING TEST!
1. Log in to typing.com
2. Click TESTS (located on the top next to Lessons)
3. TAKE THE 5 (FIVE) MINUTE TYPING TEST (this is due TODAY): 10 Pts for the week (Test + Lesson).
4. Begin Typing !!
NOTE!!! No late TYPING will be accepted!!!!
If you are finished or waiting, work on Clever!
Students click on the Clever icon on the desktop
Sign in using the username & password (same as logging into computer)
Click on the square that says iReady
Continue until time is up!
Lessons have been assigned to them based on their diagnostic test results both in Math and Reading. Within each lesson are brain break games. The district is pushing a goal of 45 minutes per week on Online Lessons in ELA and 45 minutes per week in Math to close the gaps found in the diagnostic. Math and ELA are providing some of that time during the week, but not all.
KODU GAME LAB!
What you NEED to know!!!!
YOUR GAME PLUS THE PROGRAMMING GUIDE IS WORTH...
WHAT ARE WE LEARNING: Kodu Game Lab: Game Planning Worksheet! Today you will be filling out a worksheet explaining all about the game you want to create!
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT: Learning the programs well helps us be better programmers! We are critical thinkers! Following directions helps us learn!
HOW WILL MY TEACHER KNOW WHAT I LEARNED: You will be creating a game in Kodu Game Lab using criteria given!
START BUILDING YOUR GAME!
The entire assignment is worth 200 (yes, 200!!!) points. Please see criteria below to make sure you are meeting the criteria needed!
Use your planner as a guide!
Worksheet Page 1 (Example)
Worksheet Page 2 (Example)
THINGS YOUR GAME MUST HAVE:
Main Character and it MUST be programmed to move, collect objects and score
3 or more ground types (hills, rivers etc)
Minimum of 2 DIFFERENT Enemies and they MUST be programmed
Detailed landscape (10 landscape objects minimum)
Introduction and Directions how to play
MUST have 2 or more item types to pick up or collect for health, points, etc
The player MUST score some sort of points. A point counter must be displayed.
A Win/Loss MUST be programmed so it is displayed at the end of the game
Extra Credit for an object PROGRAMMED to follow a path!
Select NEW WORLD
Select the first world on the LEFT!
Click HOME button
Make your terrain large! You can always add or delete but sometimes its easier to start big!
Use the Planning Worksheet! It's ok to change what you had planned!
Try different things!
Press the ESC key (Escape) key on your keyboard to return to the game. It’s time to test out the game!
Press the Play button (it’s the triangle to the right of the House icon on the toolbar). Does the programming work?
DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO SOMETHING?
If it is something we have done, please ask your neighbor/team first! (Ask 3, then ask me!)
If it is something from a game you viewed previously, please write it down and I will help you with it!
Go look at previous tutorials! Trust me...they help!
PAST ASSIGNMENTS TO HELP!
These are the how to's on some of the things we have done recently!
HERE ARE SOME HOW TO'S....
CAN'T FIND WHAT YOU NEED? ASK!
I will find the answer and post it online!