Scratch programming
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Scratch programming

A guide to game and animation programming for beginners.
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Created by Programming Max
Last updated 9/2017
English
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  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 14 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion

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What Will I Learn?
  • Program 4 different video games, animations and art projects.
  • Understand the basic programming concepts.
  • Confidently use the Scratch 2.0 editor.
  • Learn other programming languages faster.
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Requirements
  • Mouse (left-click, dragging)
  • Keyboard (writing)
  • No previous programming experience is needed.
Description

Learn the basic concepts of programming with practical learning approach. This course demonstrates and explains how to write a great variety of programs in Scratch programming language.

Build a strong foundation in programming and visual-based programming with this tutorial for beginners.

* Different types of programming blocks;
* Variables and lists;
* Objects and functions;
* Complex loops;
* Boolean logic and conditions.

You will improve your problem solving skills, increase your creativity, become better at communicating ideas and most importantly, you will learn to program. The Scratch programming software is developed by MIT and it free to use. This course is suitable for kids, teens, and adults who want to start programming but have no prior-experience or knowledge. It is also suitable for teachers who want to teach programming to others. Programming skills are becoming of a great value in today's world, where technology and automation is taking over. People who learn to program will have far better chances at landing a well paid job than others. 

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for teens and adults.
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Curriculum For This Course
37 Lectures
02:48:28
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Introduction
4 Lectures 10:35


Characters
02:01

Blocks and scripts
03:48

Test yourself.
3 questions
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1. The Hungry Shark, Escape The Maze (game projects).
4 Lectures 15:18
The Hungry Shark 1/3 (octopus).
03:22

The Hungry Shark 2/3 (shark).
05:14

The Hungry Shark 3/3 (cheesy puffs).
03:18

Escape The Maze!
03:24
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Basic blocks
5 Lectures 18:48
Moving characters
03:00

Costumes
03:48


Event blocks
02:42

Loops
04:32

Check your knowledge
4 questions
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2. Zig Zag Coloring, Ice vs Fire (art, game projects).
2 Lectures 11:55
Zig Zag Coloring 1/1.
05:44

Ice vs Fire.
06:11
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Intermediate blocks
4 Lectures 15:28
Variables
03:37

Operator blocks
04:04

Strings and lists
04:04


Quiz time!
3 questions
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3. Dice Roll, Cookie Clicker. (animation, game projects).
2 Lectures 10:43
Dice Roll 1/1.
04:29

Cookie Clicker.
06:14
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Advanced blocks
5 Lectures 24:00
True or false
04:29

Decision branching
04:15

Sensing blocks
05:02

Complex loops
04:46

Broadcasting and receiving
05:28

Will you be able to answer to these questions?
3 questions
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4. Angry Bat, Ping Pong. (game projects)
4 Lectures 24:22
Angry Bat 1/3 (penguin).
04:45

Angry Bat 2/3 (fish).
05:29

Angry Bat 3/3 (bat).
06:31

Ping Pong.
07:37
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More games! (Pokemon Duel, Flappy Bird, Ninja Attack, Shooting Cats, Fractals).
6 Lectures 35:25
Pokemon Duel.
08:34

Flappy Bird 1/2.
06:44

Flappy Bird 2/2.
04:43

Ninja Attack.
07:14

Shooting Cats.
05:23

Fractal Animation.
02:47
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What to do next?
1 Lecture 01:54
Outro
01:54

Final question.
1 question
About the Instructor
Programming Max
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Teaching programming for beginners.

I am the ProgrammingMax author.

It is my professional interest to learn and teach programming in fun ways for beginners all over the world.
While making courses I try to keep them simple, to the point, and enjoyable. 
In the near future I plan to release more advanced programming courses for beginners and intermediates.