Thursday, 9 June 2011

Final Post

The part that I likes I liked the part when I made the game using Scratch. These are the steps I use to create game using Scratch:

Knowledge
Comprehension
Application
Analysis



Analysis

It’s hard because I need to explain everythig that I do to make a game. Every time I do something in scratch I need to tell what does it use for and I need to tell where do we find the thing. It’s hard because I need to check each step so the game works properly. 

These is the interview with Mr. Jabiz:


video


Thursday, 26 May 2011

This is a simple game that i make using scratch and there is a card that shows what should we do to make that game. This is my video:


video

Thursday, 19 May 2011

The first step is to interview people or research more about Scratch.
The second step is to start playing and using Scratch.
The third step is to use sequence and record what do we learn from the interviewing and research about Scratch.

First I need someone who is expert using Scratch, then interview him/her what should i do first to make games.

Here is my flow chart:



Here is my video about the first three step:


video

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Best 3 making game application

I like Scratch because many people around 100.000- 150.000 people use scratch and I like Scratch because Mr. Jabiz said that Scratch is the best application that can make a game. I'm going to use Scratch to make the game because Many people say that Scratch is good. Here is a screenshot of Scratch website


I like Minecraft because minecraft is one of the three best application of making game. Minecraft can make a 3D game and it looks like the sims. Here is a screenshot of Minecraft website



I like Sploder because sploder is a website of making games and we can see other peoples games that they have made. Sploder also can edit other peoples games we can make it harder or easier. Here is a screenshot of Sploder website


Sunday, 10 April 2011

Learning in different ways

There is three different way to learn: Visual learners, Audio learners and Kinesthetic learners.


We learn Visual learners by seeing, Audio learners by hearing, and Kinesthetic learners by moving, touching and doing.

I learn new things by hearing because I like to hear songs and people are saying and I usually interview people to learn new things.

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Solar System


6 weeks ago I'm studying about Curiosity so I write 2 paragraph about Solar System because I'm curious about the solar system but I'm not really sure about the grammar it's looks like this:

I'm curious about Solar System when I was 6 years old until now. I'm curious about Solar System because I don't know really many about it, I was lucky because my lesson now in science is Solar System. I watching video and I ask my parents when I was small. I also go to some museum about Solar System. Now I know many things about Solar System.

When I was 6 years old I ask my parents is Earth a planet? Do we live in Earth? Is the Sun big? How big is the Sun? and many more. My parents also don't really know about Solar System, so my parents buy me a CD about Solar System. Then I learn little bit about Solar System from the CD.


Now I learn about grammar and Mr. Jabiz my ESL teacher is asking us to fix the mistakes that I make in the Curiosity. So this is my movie when I'm fixing the solar system.



Now I'm going to show you my upgraded solar system for curiosity.


video


I'm curious about gigantic solar system when I was 6 years old until now. I'm curious about solar system because I don't know really many about it. I was lucky because my lesson now in science is solar system. I watching video and I ask my parents when I was small. I also go to some museum about solar system. Now I know many things about solar system.


When I was 6 years old I ask my parents is Earth a planet? Do we live in Earth? Is the Sun big? How big is the Sun? and many more. My parents also don't really know about Solar System, so my parents buy me a CD about solar system. Then I learn little bit about solar system from the CD.