Year 4

Serious Games

In this sequence of lessons, students will design and program a serious game in Scratch, to educate others about how living things depend on each other and the environment to survive. 

Lesson two: Game design (90 mins) – delivered by MIE School presenters
Lesson three: Creating digital assets (90 mins) – delivered by MIE School presenters
Lesson four: Game programming (90 mins) – delivered by MIE School presenters

Where can serious games take students?

Want to know more about career pathways in serious game creation? Watch our video below featuring local serious game developer Brett Leavy. Also check out our Careers in STEM page for more interviews and stories.

Design and Technologies Project

The classroom teacher can choose to deliver the final 5 lessons which are focussed on meeting outcomes from the Design and Technologies curriculum.

Design brief: Design and program a serious game to educate others about how living things depend on each other and the environment to survive. 

Design and technologies project outline

Investigate components of a serious game

Generate and refine ideas

Storyboard plan

Production plan

Evaluation

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