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Concept: 10-Lessons Scratch Programming Series
Grade Level: Beginners to Intermediate
Detail: A site (http://shallwelearn.com) that provides Step-by-step instruction of building a Scratch cartoon animation and a platform Scratch game. Students will start from a simple sprite and progressively learn more advanced skills.

Submitted by: Jessica Chiang - San Diego, CA



Concept: Math
Grade Level: 4th and older
Detail: Teacher guide sheets for math explorations, made for Scratch drop-in lab at the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference
1. Drawing regular polygons
2. Using coordinate geometry
3. Introducing programming concepts
Submitted by: Karen Randall


Concept: Math
Grade Level: for teachers at MCTM conference
Detail: List of sample math project galleries on Scratch web site
Submitted by: Karen Randall


Concept: It's SCRATCH Time: Animation by Student Design
Grade Level: 6-12
Detail: http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/teachers/cjones/?b=902
Submitted by:Christie Jones - Springfield Public Schools - Springfield, Illinois


Concept: Directions for 10 Scratch projects
Grade Level: general
Detail: PDF file giving directions, source: http://wiki.lessonexchange.org/index.php?title=Scratch_-_Visual_Programming_Environment

Submitted by: KRandall


Concept: Intro to programming 5-lesson outline
Grade Level: 7th grade math class
Detail: http://www.scribd.com/doc/8028928/Scratch-Lessons
Uploaded there by: pwoessner (415)
Submitted by: KRandall


Concept: Storytelling with Scratch--rubric, self evaluation
Grade Level: all
Detail: Students do a storytelling project based on a school camp. The rubric and self evaluation can be used for any storytelling project.

Submitted by: j.pears@selhouse.school.nz



Concept: Scratch Tips and Techniques
Grade Level: all
Detail: The Scratch Design Team put together this list of actions/shortcuts that you might not find on your own.

Submitted by: KRandall


Concept: Name animations
Grade Level: Any reader
Detail: Two sixth grade girls wrote these directions for a name animation project.

Submitted by: KRandall, Expo Elementary


Concept: Animation Lesson Outline
Grade Level: Any
Detail:
This is the sequence my students use in teaching others how to make an animation.
Submitted by: KRandall, Expo Elementary


Concept: Scratch Slideshows
Grade Level: Upper elementary and higher
Detail: Students made a narrated slideshow as part of a unit on culture. They had a digital camera for a couple days and
took pictures that documented their lives and interests. This is planner they used in writing a script for the show.

Submitted by: KRandall, Expo Elementary


Concept: Game Projects
Grade Level: Upper elementary and higher
Detail: These are questions to have students consider before they begin a game project.


An outline for the steps in making a game.


Directions for making a game.
(revised by Keith Braafladt)

Submitted by: KRandall, Expo Elementary


Concept: Geometry
Grade Level: Upper elementary
Detail: Directions for a geometry lesson/project regarding polygons and coordinate graphing.

Submitted by: KRandall, Expo Elementary


Concept: Scratch, Sensing
Grade Level: Upper elementary and higher
Detail: A lesson on how to using the "if touching" block.



Concept: Beginner Projects
Grade Level: all
Detail: Step-by-step directions for easy projects, such as making a square.

Submitted by: KRandall, Expo Elementary



Concept: Project ideas
Grade Level: all
Detail: This was posted in the Scratch forums by user Archmage.

Submitted by: KRandall



Concept: Scratch basics
Grade Level: beginners
Detail: A visual of the parts of the Scratch screen, labled. It was posted on the Scratch forum but I don't know the poster.

Submitted by:KRandall



Concept: Some Lessons on a Website
Grade Level: Beginners
Detail: Series of lessons to teach, thoroughly, how to make a game. http://mywebspace.wisc.edu/dhawk/scratch/
Submitted by: Dan Hawk - UW-Madison


Concept: Middle School Syllabus
Grade Level: Middle school
Detail: Example of a syllabus used for a group of students in middle school in a year long course using Science/Engineering Curriculum Standards

Submitted by: Charlotte Corbett, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Boston, MA

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