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Last week, lots of you sent me in your questions in preparation for beginning to make your game. Well now...the time has come. Today, we are going to use the questions you researched last week to try and create a simple quiz structure in Scratch. Follow the instructions on the PP below, remembering to input and replace your own questions and answers to the coding blocks rather than the example questions.

       Every now and again, run your game. That way, you can see if it has any bugs (meaning faults or problems) and debug them (or fix) as you go.

       Remember at the end of the session to save your game ready for next week. To do this, click 'file' and 'save to my computer' and the file will automatically download to the 'downloads' folder on your computer - this is the case on a laptop. I will have to check how this would work on an iPad.

 

       DO NOT CHANGE SPRITES OR BACKGROUNDS YET: WE WILL BE DOING THIS IN FUTURE LESSONS.

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