I can structure and control the timing of events.
Remember to head here for this lesson: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted
Attached are some guides. Our next steps to improve the look of the animation is for the sprites to appear one at a time in sequence, rather than all at once. One way that we can control
the order of events happening in Scratch is to use the ‘broadcast’ and ‘receive’ blocks.
The ‘broadcast’ block sends out a message, like shouting out a signal. The
‘receive’ block listens out for the signal and can then, when it is heard, trigger an event.
Can you structure and control the timing of events? Use the activity sheet attached along with the file you edited last week (see Week 1 for the Share Point Link to the the files). Send a screen shot on Purple Mash to show me how you're haunted house animation is coming along.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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