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SCRATCH 1
GETTING STARTED:
AN INTRODUCTORY
COURSE
LESSON PLANS
learnscratch.org
Page 2Scratch 1
Scratch 1 - 2
:
Lesson Layout
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lesson 1: Motion and Sound. . . . . . . . . . . 6
Lesson 2: Repeating Actions. . . . . . . . . . . 8
Les...
Page 4Scratch 1
Scratch 1 - 4
Class Management
TIME SCHEDULE
This course has been designed so that each lesson will occupy...
Page 5
Class Management
Scratch 1 - 5
DVD WITH COURSE MATERIALS
Schools and institutions can reduce their internet demands...
Page 6Scratch 1
1LESSON
Scratch 1 - 6
Motion and Sound
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
This tutorial introduces the basic programmin...
Page 7
Scratch 1 - 7
1. Experiment with step sizes: very small, small, larger, very
large.
2. Experiment with sounds: sele...
Page 8Scratch 1
2LESSON
Scratch 1 - 8
Repeating Actions
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
In this lesson we include the first control ...
Page 9
Scratch 1 - 9
1. Experiment with a second repeat block (for a second dancing
sprite.)
2. Experiment playing sequenc...
Page 10Scratch 1
3LESSON
Scratch 1 - 10
Playing with Color
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
From the Menu of "Looks", we introduce in...
Page 11
Scratch 1 - 11
1. Experiment with different rates of changing the color.
2. Experiment with two sprites and see ho...
Page 12Scratch 1
4LESSON
Scratch 1 - 12
Creating Your Own Sprites
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
In this lesson we learn how to imp...
Page 13
Scratch 1 - 13
1. Experiment drawing and painting your own sprites.
2. Experiment by having your sprites dance, ch...
Page 14Scratch 1
5LESSON
Scratch 1 - 14
Speaking and Thinking
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
This lesson introduces the programming...
Page 15
Scratch 1 - 15
1. Experiment by writing ideas and thoughts.
2. Experiment with two sprites speaking to each other....
Page 16Scratch 1
6LESSON
Scratch 1 - 16
Creating Image Effects
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
In this lesson we use the block "chan...
Page 17
Scratch 1 - 17
1. Experiment with all graphic effects: fisheye, whirl, pixelate,
mosaic, brightness, and ghost.
2....
Page 18Scratch 1
7LESSON
Scratch 1 - 18
Sounds, Voices and Music
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
Using the tab "Sounds" in the progr...
Page 19
Scratch 1 - 19
1. Experiment by exploring all the sounds in the Scratch librar-
ies.
2. Experiment with two or mor...
Page 20Scratch 1
8LESSON
Scratch 1 - 20
Creating Animations
INTRODUCTION - REVIEW
Using the tab "Costumes" in the programm...
Page 21
Scratch 1 - 21
1. Experiment by creating your own sprite costumes and make
your own animation.
2. Experiment makin...
learnscratch.org
Scratch Courses
This guide and materials were prepared by Juan Carlos
Olabe and other members of the Lear...
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  1. 1. SCRATCH 1 GETTING STARTED: AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE LESSON PLANS learnscratch.org
  2. 2. Page 2Scratch 1 Scratch 1 - 2 : Lesson Layout
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS Lesson 1: Motion and Sound. . . . . . . . . . . 6 Lesson 2: Repeating Actions. . . . . . . . . . . 8 Lesson 3: Playing with Color . . . . . . . . . .10 Lesson 4: Creating Your Own Sprites. . . . 12 Lesson 5: Speaking and Thinking . . . . . . 14 Lesson 6: Creating Image Effects . . . . . . 16 Lesson 7: Sounds, Voices and Music . . . .18 Lesson 8: Creating Animations . . . . . . . . 20 Page 3 Scratch 1 - 3 List of Lessons
  4. 4. Page 4Scratch 1 Scratch 1 - 4 Class Management TIME SCHEDULE This course has been designed so that each lesson will occupy one meeting session with the students. Once the lesson has been reviewed, the activity of the student will concentrate on mastering the new concepts presented. Practicing with Scratch and exploring all the possibilities of the new concepts learned is essential for a robust learning process. The exercises proposed in the Extensions section are designed to reinforce the learn-by-doing approach. SCRATCH ACTIVITIES After studying the tutorials the students will replicate on their own Scratch environment the activities presented during the lesson. The students are encouraged to explore, beginning with the en- vironment presented in the tutorials, all the possibilities open by the newly learned concepts. EXTENSIONS The exercises presented in the Extensions section provide sug- gestions to develop and reinforce the knowledge and tech- niques learned in the tutorials. They also provide a schedule support by allocation a variety of work assignments for each lesson.
  5. 5. Page 5 Class Management Scratch 1 - 5 DVD WITH COURSE MATERIALS Schools and institutions can reduce their internet demands for using these materials by installing them locally in their labs and computers. To receive DVDs with these materials, send the institutions mailing address via the “Contact Us” link at learnscratch.org. SOLUTIONS TO EXTENSIONS EXERCISES Scratch programs with solutions to the Extension exercises can also be obtained sending a request via the “Contact Us” link at learnscratch.org. ADDITIONAL COURSES New courses using Scratch are being developed to be incorpo- rated into the K-12 curriculum. Information on these courses will be available at learnscratch.org.
  6. 6. Page 6Scratch 1 1LESSON Scratch 1 - 6 Motion and Sound INTRODUCTION - REVIEW This tutorial introduces the basic programming elements to move the sprite (in this case the cat) several steps forwards or backwards. You will learn how to select building blocks from dif- ferent menus (beginning with the Blue menu of Motion) and how to execute an action by double-clicking on it. In this lesson we add a sound (the sound of a drum) every time the Sprite moves. You will learn how to select building blocks from the Sound Menu, and how to interconnect two building blocks in or- der to execute them at the same time. The "play drum" block allows you to select the type of sound (one among many) and the length of the sound. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial Part 1: Start Moving Tutorial Part 2: Add a Sound Tutorial Part 3: Start a Dance
  7. 7. Page 7 Scratch 1 - 7 1. Experiment with step sizes: very small, small, larger, very large. 2. Experiment with sounds: select and combine different sounds. 3. Experiment with dances: two, three, more steps in the dance. Select and combine short and long steps. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  8. 8. Page 8Scratch 1 2LESSON Scratch 1 - 8 Repeating Actions INTRODUCTION - REVIEW In this lesson we include the first control block, "forever", from the orange Menu of Control. We move the four blocks of previ- ous examples - move and play drums - into the "mouth" of the "forever" control block. When we double-click on it, the actions are repeated forever, making the Sprite dance continuously. To stop the action we need to use the red Stop icon. In this lesson we also introduce a new control icon, the "green flag." When we click on the green flag anything connected to it will be exe- cuted. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial Part 1: Again and Again Tutorial Part 2: The Green Flag
  9. 9. Page 9 Scratch 1 - 9 1. Experiment with a second repeat block (for a second dancing sprite.) 2. Experiment playing sequences of multiple sounds again and again. 3. Experiment creating two or three repeat blocks and control them one by one, or all together with the green flag and the stop sign. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  10. 10. Page 10Scratch 1 3LESSON Scratch 1 - 10 Playing with Color INTRODUCTION - REVIEW From the Menu of "Looks", we introduce in this tutorial the block of "change effect". When we click on this block, the Sprite will change its color by the amount specified. We can also select other graphic changes, such as whirl, mosaic, etc. In this les- son we also introduce another control block to execute actions. The block "when key pressed" will execute all the actions of the blocks connected to it. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial Part 1: Change Color Tutorial Part 2: Pressing Keys
  11. 11. Page 11 Scratch 1 - 11 1. Experiment with different rates of changing the color. 2. Experiment with two sprites and see how they change colors. 3. Experiment with different keys to control how a sprite changes colors. 4. Experiment adding sounds when you change colors. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  12. 12. Page 12Scratch 1 4LESSON Scratch 1 - 12 Creating Your Own Sprites INTRODUCTION - REVIEW In this lesson we learn how to import other Sprites into our pro- jects. As an alternative we can use the graphic editor to create new Sprites. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial: Create a Sprite
  13. 13. Page 13 Scratch 1 - 13 1. Experiment drawing and painting your own sprites. 2. Experiment by having your sprites dance, change colors, play sounds, etc. 3. Experiment and explore the large library of sprites of Scratch. 4. Experiment by creating groups of related sprites. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  14. 14. Page 14Scratch 1 5LESSON Scratch 1 - 14 Speaking and Thinking INTRODUCTION - REVIEW This lesson introduces the programming blocks that allow us to display a speech or a thought bubble with its corresponding message. The message is presented permanently or for a fix duration of time. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial: Speaking
  15. 15. Page 15 Scratch 1 - 15 1. Experiment by writing ideas and thoughts. 2. Experiment with two sprites speaking to each other. 3. Experiment by using key of the keyboard to control when they speak. 4. Experiment by adding sounds when the sprite speak. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Study Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experiment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  16. 16. Page 16Scratch 1 6LESSON Scratch 1 - 16 Creating Image Effects INTRODUCTION - REVIEW In this lesson we use the block "change effect by" to apply other graphic effects. This block allows us to change the color, create mosaics, pixelate, create whirl and ghost effects, etc. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial: Image Effects
  17. 17. Page 17 Scratch 1 - 17 1. Experiment with all graphic effects: fisheye, whirl, pixelate, mosaic, brightness, and ghost. 2. Experiment by applying two simultaneous image effects to the same sprite. 3. Experiment by controlling the values of the image effects ap- plied. 4. Experiment by adding sounds to the image effects. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  18. 18. Page 18Scratch 1 7LESSON Scratch 1 - 18 Sounds, Voices and Music INTRODUCTION - REVIEW Using the tab "Sounds" in the programming area, we can asso- ciate audio files recorded by us or imported from elsewhere with our Sprites. We can associate multiple audio files with each Sprite. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial: Add Audio
  19. 19. Page 19 Scratch 1 - 19 1. Experiment by exploring all the sounds in the Scratch librar- ies. 2. Experiment with two or more sprites singing together. 3. Experiment adding image effects with the voices and music. 4. Experiment controlling with the keyboard the sequence of sounds. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  20. 20. Page 20Scratch 1 8LESSON Scratch 1 - 20 Creating Animations INTRODUCTION - REVIEW Using the tab "Costumes" in the programming area, we can as- sociate images or costumes with our sprites. We can import ex- isting costumes, or we can use the graphic editor to create new ones. We can associate multiple costumes with each Sprite. The change of costumes can be used to create animation effects. PRESENTATION - VIDEO TUTORIALS Tutorial: Animation
  21. 21. Page 21 Scratch 1 - 21 1. Experiment by creating your own sprite costumes and make your own animation. 2. Experiment making animations with some of the sprites from the Scratch Libraries. 3. Experiment by animating two or three or more sprites at the same time. 4. Experiment by adding sounds as the sprites are animated. EXTENSIONS PRACTICE Scratch Activity: Reproduce the actions in the tutorial. Experi- ment with the size and direction of the steps. CLOSING - ASSIGNMENTS Review the main topics introduced in this lesson and discuss the assignments proposed in the Extensions section.
  22. 22. learnscratch.org Scratch Courses This guide and materials were prepared by Juan Carlos Olabe and other members of the LearnScratch Team. Christian Brothers University 650 E. Parkway South Memphis, TN 38104

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