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1. Season In Review

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(upbeat music)

Welcome to your last activity for Google CS First Sports.

In this club, you've experienced many ways that computers, computer science, and sports connect.

You've built some slick projects so you should be proud to show off you your friends and family.

In this last activity, you'll reflect on everything you've done and learned in this club.

Check out this highlight reel of your accomplishments in this club.

In activity one, you programed a victory celebration.

In activity two, you made a performance routine with sports commentary.

In activity three, you built a net sports game with a controllable sprite and a bouncing ball.

In activity four, you created a sweet marketing video to show off a new fitness gadget.

In activity five, you programmed an all star passing game in which you aimed and passed to your team mates.

In activity six, you used analytics to gather data on a player's batting average.

In activity seven, you created an extreme sports obstacle course.

Just like athletes who get interviewed right after their big performance, you'll build a project where you get interviewed about what you've did and learned in this club.

In this example, the ultimate athlete, a penguin of course, talks about its game performance in an interview.

Choose any sprite you like to represent you in this project.

Open the starter project next to this video, then sign into Scratch using the information from your CS First passport.

Click remix, then delete the extra interviews sprite.

Feel free to customize the project.

If you want to change the athlete's sprite or edit it in the costume editor, go for it.

Alright, here's the game plan!

Open and remix the starter project, then add a sprite to represent you in the interview.

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Instructions
  1. Open and remix the starter project.
  2. Add a sprite to represent you in the interview.
  3. Create a dialogue between your sprite and the interviewer using "say," "wait," and "when flag clicked" blocks.