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Kodu: 3D Game making

The ICT and Computing staff at Langley Grammar School have collaborated with The Royal Holloway University to create step-by-step learning videos on using Kodu in the classroom. These learning resources are aimed at KS2 and KS3 students. 

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Slough: Langley Grammar School

 Target age goup: Upper KS2 / Lower KS3

Session Title: Kodu basics

Purpose: To create a simple game using the basic tools i.e. loading world, adding a character and simple navigation.

Duration: 1 hour lesson

 

Creating and using a new world





 

Target age goup: Upper KS2 / Lower KS3

Session Title: Programming events

Purpose: To programme basic events into the simple game.

Duration: 1 hour lesson











 

Target age goup: Upper KS2 / Lower KS3

Session Title: States

Purpose: To programme sataes i.e. If then else, into the simple game

Duration: 1 hour lesson













Target age goup: Upper KS2 / Lower KS3

Session Title: Paths

Purpose: To programme paths into the simple game for the computer characters to follow.

Duration: 1 hour lesson

 









 

 Target age goup: Upper KS2 / Lower KS3

Session Title: Terrains

Purpose: To load a new world and create the landscape using the terrain tool.  

Duration: 1 hour lesson













 

 

 
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