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Congratulations on telling your first story
in CS First Storytelling.
This is your final video of the day.
It will wrap-up today's club activities
and give you a preview of the next club session.
You began an amazing journey today in computer science,
but today was just the start.
In today's project, you learned to use
an important computer science principle,
sequencing, to build a story driven by dialogue.
Dialogue is important to a story because
it lets the characters express themselves
and communicate their thoughts.
It's important in real life for the same reason.
Dialogue allows you to express yourself
and communicate with others.
Today you received Scratch sign in information.
With this information, you can access your projects
from any computer that has an internet connection.
Just go to scratch.mit.edu and sign in.
Your projects will be saved under the My Stuff menu.
Before you leave today's club, be sure to share
your project with others and tell them how it works.
Write clear instructions so any Scratch user
can play around with your project and make it work.
Go forth and tell your story!