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In this add-on, you’ll change the setting of your pitch for each part of the story.

This powerful effect can add drama and help grab your audience’s attention. Using a blank backdrop, for example, might make the audience focus on the narrator. Then, you might switch to a setting in which your product would be used. The design and implementation of this add-on is up to you! To start, select the stage and the backdrops tab. Click “Choose backdrop from library,” and select a backdrop. Choose a backdrop for the introduction, the body, or the conclusion.

This example uses the blank backdrop for the introduction, then switches backdrops after the body. Next, program the backdrop to change. Click the scripts tab and the looks menu. Drag out a “switch backdrop” block. Select the first backdrop for your story. This example uses a blank backdrop called “backdrop1.”Click the events menu, and select a “when I receive block.” Change the value in the block to "introduction." Click the blockstack to test. The first backdrop shows. Next, program the next backdrop to appear when the “body” message is broadcasted. Drag out a "switch backdrop" block and select the appropriate backdrop. Then, click events and drag out a "when I receive block." Change the value to a new message called “body.” Click the flag to test it. The backdrop changes when the stage receives the “introduction” message, and changes again when it receives the "body" message. Finally, consider adding more code to change the backdrop for the conclusion! Now it’s your turn: Change the backdrop for the start of the story with "when I receive introduction” and "switch backdrop" blocks. Change the backdrop for the body of the story with "when I receive body” and "switch backdrop" blocks.

Erweiterung auswählen
Die Kulisse wechseln
Für jeden Teil eurer Präsentation die Kulisse verändern
Die Innovation umgestalten
Das Kostüm eurer Figur individuell gestalten, sodass es eurer Vorstellung besser entspricht
Ein Feuerwerk programmieren (Herausforderung)
Eine Feuerwerk-Figur zuerst zu eurem Lager und dann zu eurem Programm hinzufügen und entscheiden, wann der Code dieser Figur ausgeführt werden soll
Die Idee schützen
Das Publikum bitten zuzustimmen, keine der Ideen in eurer Geschichte an andere Personen weiterzugeben
Die Lautstärke einstellen
Eure Präsentation durch ein Lied ergänzen und die Lautstärke je nachdem, welcher Teil der Geschichte gerade erzählt wird, regeln
Interaktive Elemente einbauen
Das Ende eurer Präsentation interaktiv gestalten, indem ihr dem Publikum eine Frage stellt und darauf reagiert
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Anweisungen
1. Wählt eine der Erweiterungen aus und programmiert sie!