Task 7: Option 1

I will get students to design their own game on BLOCKY 2.0 via Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/542983287/).

BLOCKY2.0 allows users to create their own paths (stone, water, lava etc.) in a game, place down coins as positive reinforcement and springs as boosters. Children are given the opportunity to be creative and let their imagination run wild. When students are satisfied with the various paths they have created, they can place down the ‘end flag’ and run the game. Students will then be able to play the game that they have programmed and have a go at the ones their peers have created as well. Through this activity, visual programming is made fun, engaging and simple to execute. This task can be conducted both face-to-face or remotely.

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