Scratch Vocab and Concepts
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• Question 1
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Q. Which block moves a sprite 10 points to the right, no matter which way it is facing?
Change X by 10
Change Y by 10
• Question 2
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Which block is best for repeating a series of costume changes in a loop?

Switch costume to costume 2

Next costume

• Question 3
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Which block should you use if you want players to start the program by clicking on a key?

When green flag is pressed

When space key is pressed

When this sprite is clicked

• Question 4
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What does this algorithm mean?

If touching red then go, else stop

If touching red then stop, else go

• Question 5
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Which block allows me to increase the score?

Set score to 0

Change score by 10

• Question 6
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Where will this sprite spawn?

The top half of the stage

The bottom half of the stage

• Question 7
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How do I use 1 sprite to activate other sprites?

Sensing

More Blocks

Data

• Question 8
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Q. What do we call the characters and objects that we can program in Scratch?
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Sprite
Costume
Stage
• Question 9
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Which blocks help us most with conditional programming? (ex: in the maze, helping the cat avoid the wall)

If blocks and sensing

Pick random 1 to 10

More blocks

• Question 10
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Why won't this variable change repeatedly (more than once)?

There is no change click by block

There is no hat block to activate the algorithm

There is no loop

There is no sensing block

• Question 11
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What will this algorithm do?

End the game when time runs out

Start the game when time runs out

End the game when time reaches 10

Start the game when time reaches 10

• Question 12
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Q. Who is this handsome fellow?
Santa Claus, a.k.a. Mr. Larkin
The Easter Bunny
• Question 13
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When 2 or more algorithms are synchronized to run at the same time, this is an example of...

iterations

parallelism

peripheral devices

conditional statements

• Question 14
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An algorithm is a ...

step-by-step series of instructions

different form of event handling

parallel program

conditional statement

• Question 15
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This repeat statement is an example of a ...

Boolean value

conditional statement

bug

loop

• Question 16
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The blue "touching" statement uses a Boolean value to create a(n) ...

conditional statement

iteration

loop

algorithm

• Question 17
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In Scratch, you can use the red blocks to create custom blocks that run mini-programs, or...