How to make a two Player game in Scratch - Danish and Asad

January 3rd, 2019

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Danish is questioning Asad about how he made a 2 player game in Scratch where one player uses the mouse to control sprite on screen and the other uses a mouse. Asad explains the game, he shares about the number of sprites he has used in the game, how the score is increased, he was able to read the code and explains how can the game be more challenging. Well done :)

How to make a Chase Game in Scratch - Danish

December 19th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Danish is explaining how he made a Clicker game in Scratch. In his game there are multiple players trying to catch the ball as soon as they catch the ball, score increases. He was able to add multiple sprites, add codes to move sprites in four directions left , right, up and down. He was able to add a different background as well a score variable which keeps adding the score. Well done :)

How to make a Hide and Seek Game - Danish

September 13th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Asad is questioning Danish about his experience of making a Hide and Seek game in Scratch. Danish explains how the game works, the code behind the game, sprites used, events used and new script that he has learned during the process. Well done :)

How to make a Dress- up game - Danish

September 12th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Kamraan is questioning Danish about his experience of making a Dress - Up game in Scratch. Danish explains the code and how it works. He was able to add different sprites, use a different background, add a conversation between characters and came up with his own animation. Well done :)

Teaching Coding to Peers

September 1st, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa Schools Podcast, Danish and Shahzad are sharing their teaching experience with their peers. Five students who can now comfortably code in Scratch were assigned one student each and given the responsibility to tecah them how to code. Kamran questions both kids about the task. They explain how they felt teaching coding to their peers. A great learning experience for kids :)

Shahzad - Making a Pong Game in Scratch

August 15th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Danish is questioning Shahzad about his experience of making a Pong game in Scratch. Shahzad explains the code behind the sprites (ball and spaceship),how the spaceship moves in different directions and how the score is inceased. Shahzad made a change to the original game by changing the code, sprites, background, sound etc. Great Job :)

Musician in the Making - Mavia

August 9th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Mavia is sharing his experience of creating music in Scratch. He was able to add sprites, use the duplicate option to create multiple sprites, add effects, add sound etc. He was thoroughly engaged and enjoyed creating his music. Well done :)

The Musician in the Making - Kamran

August 9th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Kamran is sharing his exprience of creating his own music in Scratch. He was able to add 3 sprites  i.e 2 drums and a guitar, write the code, add effects and change background. He played the music for us. Great Work :)

Kamran and Danish - Making a Birthday Card

August 7th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School Podcast Kamran and Danish are sharing  their experience of making a birthday card in Scratch. Both of them question each other about the different objects/sprites used in making the card, about the code and the overall experience. Great work :)

Asad and Shahzad - Learning how to animate names in Scratch

August 6th, 2018

In this new episode of Ranaa School podcast Danish is asking Asad and Shahzad about their animation experience in Scratch. Both students share how they were able to animate their names by writing code. Asad explains how the letters could turn around and rotate, while Shahzad explains how the letters grew small and viceversa etc In the end they share key vocabulary learnt during the experience. Well done :)

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