Monday, December 6, 2021
This week our students at BISM were learning Scratch as part of their Core Extended Curriculum lesson of Computing.

Scratch is a visual programming language. Scratch is the best introduction to coding for beginners and young kids. It uses a drag and drop method which lets children perform actions quickly and easily.
This approach is what makes Scratch not hard to learn, and easy to get started with.

As students design Scratch projects, they learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.

In this particular lesson they were using the 'if...else...' command to control the actions of their sprites.

Using this command they were getting the sprites to ask the user a question and, depending on the user's answer, the sprite was making a reply.