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1. Modenschau Einführung


Hey and welcome to Day 2 of CS First Fashion and Design! Today you will create a fashion show while you learn about an important computer science concept called loops. A “loop,” or iteration, repeats a set of instructions over and over. In Scratch, “repeat” and “forever” blocks are types of loops. Any blocks you place inside a loop will repeat a specified number of times or forever. Check out this example of a loop in computer science.

iLuminate lights are attached to dancers’ costumes and controlled wirelessly to match the music and choreography. In the video, the lights on the costumes flash to match the music and the movements of the dancers. Computer code controls the lights using loops. Today, you will use loops to create a fashion walk project. In this project, the user will be able to click on a sprite and pick a favorite costume.

Check out these fun starter projects that you’ll use to begin this activity. The videos you’ll watch as you build this project use this starter, but you’ll build in the one you choose now.

To save this starter project to your account, click remix, and enter the sign-in information from your club pass. Take a moment now to make sure you are signed in to the cs-first website using the username and password from your passport. If you are *not* signed in, you won’t receive a digital badge for completing this activity, so be sure to sign in! Now, it's your turn: Choose a Fashion Walk Starter Project Scratch in a new tab.

Sign In with your username and password from your club pass.

Once you’ve done that, come back to this page on the CS First tab, and click the green Next arrow to move on to the next video.

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  1. Öffnet das Startprojekt.
  2. Remixt das Projekt.
  3. Meldet euch bei Scratch an.