All the session planning is done for you so you can learn alongside your pupils. The resources include
- 12 weeks of lesson planning for absolute beginners (children and teachers!)
- shorter 6 week version for those who already have a little experience with using Scratch.
The resources can be used for computing lessons or to run within an after-school club.
The aim is to create a short computer game using Scratch featuring super heroes who use their super powers for good.
Functionality and innovation (50%)
Community responsibility (25%)
Does the game work as intended?
Is the game easy to use?
Is the game imaginative?
Does the game include original and well-written code?
Aesthetics of the game – Does the game display correctly and look nice?
Creativity and design of your game’s name
Presentation of your game on the video
Is your game accessible for its target audience? I.e., is it suitable for the age range you built it for?
How does your game address the theme of Superheroes doing good?
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