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Students use creative tools in the Seesaw app or website to complete classroom activities like "MakeCode Arcade (Bui…"

Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

Student Instructions

MakeCode Arcade (Build your own Game)

Students will build a well functioning game of their own design. The full game can be based off of a previous game or from an entirely new code and design. 1. Create your game (and add text information at the beginning) 2. Click "Share" 3. Name your game 4. Click "Publish Project" 5. Share your game with someone else by emailing them the link of your game We commonly refer to the language being used as JavaScript, but this is a slight misnomer. The language we use has significant similarities to JavaScript, but there are a few differences to ease students into programming as a whole, rather than focusing solely on JavaScript. This language is called TypeScript and MakeCode uses a simplified form of it To make sure you saved your project properly, we should import it back into Arcade! 1. The “My Projects” section should now include the game you created in the last task. To the right of it, there should be a button labeled “Import” - press that button 2. Select “Import File…”

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, STEAM, Computer Science
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire