Coding At School
Seven to Ten years old
Scratch Junior 1
Scratch Junior 2
Eleven to Fourteen years old
Fifteen to Eighteen years old
Computer Science 1 (HTML/CSS)
Computer Science 3 (Python)
Computer Science 4 (Java)
Intro To Programming (1 to 4 weeks)
Web Developer (3-6 months)
AI Developer (6-12 months)
Java Developer (6-12 months)
Beginners (5 days each)
Intro to Programming
Java (5 days each)
Java Beginner OCP I
Java OCP I Exam Cram
Java Advanced OCP II
PHP (5 days each)
PHP Advanced (OO)
Python (5 days each)
.NET (5 days each)
Scratch Junior Module 2
Age Group 7-10 years old
What do I need?
Live Online Training : A laptop, and a stable internet connection. The recommended minimum speed is around 10 Mbps.
Grade 1 reading literacy
Grade 1 maths literacy
Scratch Junior Module 1
A progress report will be issued after each module like this module.
After all modules were completed, and the assessments passed, a Competency Certificate will be issued
1 School Term (1 session per week, over a 10 week period)
Master the tools and terminology used in the Scratch Junior Environment
elaborate sequences and stories.
Create start and end screens for games
Master messaging and broadcasting in Scratch Jr
Create interesting and interactive games.
Create original stories and games.
Scratch Junior Module 2
Lesson 1 - The Quiz
Create an original quiz
Think of your own questions that the player has to answer
Design interesting animations to make the question pages more exciting
Challenge your lecturer!
Create a “WIN PAGE”
Lesson 2 - Crossy Road - Part 1
Creating a fully functioning, challenging game in Scratch Jr
Create a specific, measured backdrop
sprites that the player can use to control the characters
Place all relevant sprites in the game and make sure they are in the right place
Lesson 3 -Crossy Road -Part II
Programming the first 2 levels of the game
Testing and fixing an bugs in the game
Lesson 4 - Crossy Road - Part III
Create the third and final level of this game
Create a WIN PAGE
Making sure the whole game works properly from start to finish
Five & Six
Lesson 5 & 6 - Score a Goal
Create a penalty shootout game
Create the relevant sprites and background for the game
Coding the sprites.
Create a WIN PAGE and a LOSE PAGE that are interactive.
Timing and esthetics of the game.
Seven & Eight
Lesson 7 & 8 - Create Your Own Game/Story
The final project in Scratch Jr.
Creating your own original game/story
Use all the tools and techniques we have learnt thus far
Prove your mastery of Scratch Jr
Nine & Ten
Lesson 9 & 10 - SCRATCH JR TO SCRATCH
Transitioning over to SCRATCH.
Create a profile
Become familiar with the layout of Scratch
Similarities between SCRATCH and Scratch Jr
First script in SCRATCH
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