Posts Tagged ‘Programming’

Kodu – competition & assessment

Two boys from year 13 are currently running a programming competition with a cash prize. All year 7’s will take part and the game which you produce will be your formal assessment for this section of work. How to do this: 1. Sign up to planetkodu.com 2. Select the option to upload your game. (How […]

KODU – the next steps

Each student should collect a KODU Game lab booklet. (In ICT1 near the teacher’s desk) Students should not write in this booklet as these are shared. Students should each have an X-Box controller. (Near the teacher’s desk in ICT1) Students will have completed the following: Starting on Page 6 in the booklet, play the Bonk-Out […]

Kodu Game Programming

This week we’ll be starting Kodu programming. Kodu is a visual programming language made specifically for creating small 3D games. Like Scratch, the language has a visual nature and allows for quick designs using an Xbox game controller or a mouse and keyboard for input.   Kodu is available as a free download from Microsoft if […]

Scratch Programming

This term, we’ll begin working with SCRATCH. Scratch is a software application which allows us to make simple and complex programmes for animating objects on screen. Here are some examples of what people have done in Scratch Projects: 1. Soulja Boy 2. The hamster dance 3. Dynamite AMV 4. Space Shooter 5. Need for speed To […]

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