Updated: Nov 9, 2022
This project is a quiz. The system will ask for spelling for words and answers will display in random positions on the screen. The user must click on the right answer. If the user clicks on the right answer, the system will say the correct answer and move to the next screen. If the user clicks on the wrong answer, system will say Oops wrong answer and move to the next question.
You should be familiar with coding blocks, backdrops, and sprites
1. Add/change new backdrops
2. Add/change new sprites
3. Familiar with Events blocks, Text to Speech blocks, Motion blocks, Control blocks
Step 1: Imagine the project
This is only a sample. You can imagine a different way for the same project. The sky is the limit to your imagination.
Step 2: Design the project
For this project, we are going to use one backdrop as well as sprites and code blocks.
1. Decide the backdrops you want to have it. In our case, we have 1 backdrop
2. Decide the sprites you want to have it. In our case sprites are depends on how many questions you have
3. Decide what approaches you want to do it. In our case asking questions and displaying more than one answer randomly
4. How you control the screen changes. In our case, we are using a broadcasting event.
5. Decide what text-to-speech blocks you want to use. In our case motion blocks, text to speech blocks, control blocks, event blocks
Step 3: Prepare coding cards
For this please refer to the scratch site - https://scratch.mit.edu/ideas to get an idea.
Step 4: Start to develop the code
Step 4.1: Go to https://scratch.mit.edu and sign in with your username and password.
Step 4.2: Click on create and go to the scratch editor
Step 4.3: Give the name of the project
Step 4.4: By default, the cat is the sprite. Select that and delete it.
Step 4.5 Add a backdrop called “Room 2” and delete the default backdrop
Step 4.6 Add the below code to the backdrop
Step 4.7: Add the below code to the correct answer for the first question sprite Correct 1
Step 4.8 Add the bellow code for the wrong answer to the first question and copy and paste all the wrong answers
Step 4.9: You can repeat the same steps to add more questions
You can remix this project and make your own.