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Alan O' Donohoe

  1. 1. INTERNATIONAL Speaker ALAN O’DONOHOE @teknoteacher United Kingdom #TMbett19
  2. 2. A nightmareversion 2 Shall we begin?
  3. 3. You are in the Post 16 theatre with two doors and chairs. Do you want to: sit on a chair, walk out of the rear door or walk out the stage side door ?
  4. 4. You are now resting on a chair. When you have had enough of sitting on a chair, you may choose to stand up again
  5. 5. As you walk out of the rear door, you wander out into beautiful green scenery. Birds are singing and the sun is shining. You hear a familiar buzzing noise...
  6. 6. The buzzing noise is the sound of your alarm clock waking you from your sleep. You arise from your bed and start to get ready for the day ahead. Later you forget what happened in your dream. THE END.
  7. 7. As you walk out of the stage side door, it slams hard behind you. In a panic, you run back to the door and try to open it again. The door is stuck and will not budge. The lights switch off. It becomes cold. You wait for a while to see what may happen.
  8. 8. It seems that you wait for minutes, then hours, then days and nothing. Nothing. Eventually you grow tired and sleep. You begin to have a nightmare that you are back at the beginning all over again.
  9. 9. Choose Your Own Adventures - How educators use Interactive Fiction (text-based) adventures to teach about consequences. A guide by Alan O'Donohoe, @teknoteacher
  10. 10. What is the most effective way to learn something?
  11. 11. Teach someone else.
  12. 12. To help children really learn something valuable, COMMISION THEM to create adventures that other children can learn from.
  13. 13. Choose Your Own Adventure Non-linear narrative. Text based adventure games. Interactive fiction.
  14. 14. Links ● A help sheet I wrote for using IF & Twine: http://exa.is/if ● Photos from an event: https://flic.kr/s/aHskurDbhL ● Tools for Interactive Fiction: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/new-tools-interactive-fiction- engaged-writing-matthew-farber ● Nightmare - an example I created for demonstrations. Download it first. http://exa.is/if ● Twine: http://twinery.org/ ● Twine Wiki: http://twinery.org/wiki/ ● Guide to using Twine 2: http://twinery.org/wiki/twine2:guide ● How to get started with Twine: http://www.auntiepixelante.com/twine/ ● Twine Forum: http://twinery.org/forum/ ● Twine 2: Creating a Dungeon Crawler https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_gbzdRVdAc

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