Scratch creation

Students

Learning about a historical figure from your local community or a specific territory/society? Why not create a short story about them and what they did to change/ contribute to society using Scratch?

Here is a student booklet to help you plan out your scenario or story.

 

Teachers

In this open-ended activity, students will research a historical figure and program a short scenario about what they learned. Students could research someone from a particular territory or society that they are learning about. They could also program a story related to a specific historic event.

Students could build their own scenario from ‘scratch’ or remix a previously created project that is available on the ‘Explore” section of the Scratch website. 

Here is the student booklet by RECITUS/CSSEnergie. It contains an example assessment rubric.  Note, also that you or your students can copy that document to write in it or edit it.

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