Unit 6: Broadcast and Random

Introduction to Broadcast – Video  Bookmark this page Broadcast Video       Introducing Broadcast -Short Play  Bookmark this page Exercise: a short scratch play We are going to make the following play: Try to make these scripts in Scratch!

Introduction to Broadcast and Wait – Video  Bookmark this page Broadcast vs. Broadcast and Wait Video            

INTRODUCTION TO RANDOM Numbers We can generate a random number in Scratch between any two numbers. For example, when we use the block below Scratch will randomly pick either 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10.

Demo: Rock, Paper, Scissors  Bookmark this page Rock Paper Scissors Demo Video         Rock, Paper, Scissors choices  Bookmark this page

Rock, Paper, Scissors (part 1)  Bookmark this page Exercise: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Part 1 Before we get our cat and duck to pick rock, paper, or scissors we need to have both the characters pick a random number from 1

Rock, Paper, Scissors (part 2)  Bookmark this page Exercise: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Part 2 Now that you have your sprites choosing random number and saying it we want to change it from saying the number to saying ROCK, PAPER, or

Rock, Paper, Scissors – Video  Bookmark this page Picking a Random Number Video         Rock, Paper, Scissors (part 3)  Bookmark this page Exercise: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Part 3 Now let’s add a third sprite to play the

Rock, Paper, Scissors (part 4)  Bookmark this page Exercise: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Part 4 Now that you’ve got a referee, you need a way to keep score! You will need to make 2 more variables “cat score” and “duck score”.

Staircase  Bookmark this page Drawing a Staircase 3 points possible (graded) Below is a script that draws a staircase.  Which block determines how long each stair is? unanswered Which block determines how many stairs there are? unanswered What is the

Number Guessing Game  Bookmark this page We’re going to make a game in Week 4, Part 1. We will call this game the number-guessing game—this game is played with 2 people, we’ll call them Person A and Person B. The