If Scratch I is learning the ‘alphabet’ of coding, Scratch II is putting those letters together to make words and sentences.
This intermediate-level course teaches students how to create more complex and feature-rich games and animations by applying the concepts learned in Scratch I.
While still entirely beginner friendly, this course is recommended only for students who have either completed the Intro to Scratch course or have prior experience with Scratch. This is designed to maximize the value students get out of every learning session, and to minimize frustration and poor experiences.
Concept: Jumping and falling
Concept: Gravity and realist falling in games
Concept: Game platform design
Concept: Levels and obstacles in platform games
Concept: Scrolling screen simulations
Concept: Different types of reward system (points, score, time)
Concept: Different types of obstacles
Concept: Scrolling games levels
Concept: Creating your own project