Scratch School encourages students to read, understand & then modify code.
How to use this site.
These quizzes are designed to complement the teaching of coding in schools. They should act as a paired or independent activity, sitting between a teacher’s introduction to the concept/coding blocks and the students working with real code on the Scratch site.
A typical structure of a lesson
- Unplugged Starter or Relate the concept to real-life scenarios
- Introduce any necessary coding blocks
- Complete 'Scratch School' Quiz
- Investigate the project on the Scratch site, running code & asking questions.
- Give further activities for students to manipulate and make their own programmes
- Complete a quiz, then click the FINISH button.
- Read results and check their answers
- Follow a link to the Scratch website to investigate the same code.