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Dialogue Project | Scratch 3.0 Coding Lesson 2
The is the second lesson in a series of lessons for form a Scratch 3.0 coding unit. Students explore simple and concise instruction to computer programming and coding through a relevant and initiative environment that fosters creativity and builds strong computing skills.
This lesson is designed to be paired with:
In this lesson we take a look at the broadcast blocks to create a dialogue between sprites. You can use the broadcast blocks for more than dialogue, but creating conversation is a fun way for students to be introduced to a complex concept!
Students will comprehend that the broadcast block transmits a signal to all other sprites in the Scratch 3.0 Coding Project for the other sprites to receive and use. We compare it to a radio signal, in the sense that one signal can be listened to by multiple people riding in their cars at the same time. More than one sprite can use a broadcast, and broadcasts can be used for many, many things.
We also explore further the say ____________ for _____ secs block to allow sprites to speak to each other, as well as the wait ____ sec block.
Vocabulary and content includes:
All Scratch 3.0 Coding videos: