#11 Dance Fever

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    • #1725
      Jared OLearyJared OLeary
      Keymaster

      How might we integrate this lesson with other subject areas? What kind of changes or additions could you create (please feel free to link resources below)?

    • #1765
      Jared OLearyJared OLeary
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      Previous response:

      • When teaching lesson 11 in scratch Jr. Dance Fever you can apply it to a PE lesson by first having the students code a dance in Scratch Jr. then have them do the dance using the same triggers or events that the students used to code the dance.
      • #3271
        Abigail FeiselAbigail Feisel
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        You can have students practice using the “bump” code to create a math story problem. Set up a sprite to bump into other characters that state each part of a number sentence and have students solve. You could even have each student create their own story problem than walk around the room to solve each problem.

        Another idea we discussed during training was making each sprite say a sound for students to build a word as the sprite bumps into the other characters.

    • #3270
      Ben SchekirkeBen Schekirke
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      You could use this to create a rube goldberg machine.

    • #3272
      Amber McFarlaneAmber McFarlane
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      I am thinking about using this lesson 11 Dance Fever in kindergarten during literacy time. The students would create the letters and have to bump the letters in the correct order. If they get that process down then I would have them add in the name of the letter and/or the sound the letter makes when it gets bumped.

    • #3275
      Bryanna NissenBryanna Nissen
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      You can apply the lesson Dance Fever to other chains of reactions and cause and effect lessons. By using the “start on bump” block you can start a chain of reactions. This could be used with cause and effect when reading a story or in science with weather or food chains.

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