Scratch ( http://scratch.mit.edu/ ) is "a programming language for everyone". The software is web-based.
Your assignment is to program a full-blown multimedia version of the binary guessing game that was presented in class. You are provided with a sample project to start, which can be accessed here .
From the File menu of the https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/ , you can upload the sample (and from the same menu, you can download your finished project to be included in your submission).
|Criterion and Weight||Excellent (3/3)||Satisfactory (2/3)||Poor (1/3)||Unacceptable (0/3)|
|1. Functionality (1.0)||Works for all numbers||Works for almost all numbers||Works for 1 number||Does not work|
|2. Creativity (2.0)||Uses all block types, creatively||Uses most block types, creatively||Uses most block types||Does not use most block types|
|3. Reflection (1.0)||Thoughtfully and thoroughly considered implications of scratch||Thoroughly considered implications of scratch/td>||Some implications considered||Implications not considered|