Include the following (and attribute your partner if you worked with one).
Write and reflect on your Alice project.
Describe what you (and your partner did) .
What did you do? Summarize what you did (This should be a paragraph explaining the process (from reading Alice Episode 1 to remixing and creating your enhanced scene).
Explain which scene your remixed and why you remixed it the way you did.
Analyze your learning (this needs to be a paragraph):
What did you do well?
What did you find challenging?
What could you improve? Identify 2-3 areas that you could improve on.
What did you learn about the four modes (text, image, sound and interaction)? How did you use the modes to tell your scene? How do they change the scene. (This needs to be specific with examples from you project. This should be a detailed paragraph).
**Attribute any images you used and attribute and hyperlink to Inanimate Alice website.
Once you have completed this reflection in paragraph form make sure you read and revised you read, revise and post it on your blog.
Add the following to you blogs:
Unique Title for scene
Embed: Your Inanimate Alice Scratch project from SSIS Scratch Site (use the image only)
Create a Google Doc called Think Before You Post Bart (your name) and share it with me. Answer the following:
Summarize: What did you see in the videos. Be specific use descriptive language Analyze: What did you find difficult to understand? What questions do you still have? Learn: What did you learn from watching these video clips? How can you Think Before You Post? Why is this important?
In Would You, I learn I really need to think about who I share photos with and what photos I share online. If I don’t think…
I learnt I really need to think about who I share photos with and what photos I share online. If I don’t think as the video showed us it is like having people in your room looking at all of you personal things like photos
The process of creating my Scratch project took a lot of steps and a lot of time. First, I thought of an idea and the story my project would be about. When I got the story down, I thought of the characters/sprites. By the time I got a nice idea and thought of a good sprite, I opened Scratch and started to make my sprites first. Then I drew my first few backgrounds. After I got my sprites and backgrounds, I started setting the blocks for my sprites, which would make the sprites do movements and other things. As I made more sprites and backgrounds, my project was getting built. During the middle of the project, I revised some of the timings, movements and more. As I edited and revised my project, my project began to final up.
In my Scratch project, I think I did well on creating my sprites because they were my creation and also because they were pretty recognizable to see and figure out what the sprites was. Also I think I good use of sprites since I had four sprites and used some sprites to tell what was going on in my story so the person looking at my project wouldn’t be confused about what was going on.