Game Weeks 10-19 Fall

Weekly Activities Schedule

Week 19 (Jan. 25-29)


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Week 14 (Dec. 7-11)

  • Tues: Watch Guest Speaker
  • Mon: Continue Unit 4 - Terrain Sculpting tutorial
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • Remind students to place key time stamps in notes as reminders in the videos you may need to reference in the future
      • Share Terrain Sculpting tutorial
        • Watch past 12:00 minutes
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Watch Terrain Sculpting tutorial
      • Add to blog post titled, Terrain Sculpting
        • Write notes on key features
        • Place key time stamps for resources in the videos you may need to reference in the future

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Week 13 (Nov. 30 - Dec. 4 )

  • Wed: Start Unit 4 - Story and Game Creation
  • Tues: Complete Missing Work, When Done Work in Unity
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
    • WEDO
      • Share what was worked on past two days
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Share in Unity work
      • Watch Jane 
      • Review unit 4 PDF
        • Skim pages 46 through 52
        • Create a blog post titled, Unit 4 Assignment Checklist
          • Make a list of the assignments/products you will need to create for unit 4
        • Share with the class

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Week 12 (Nov. 23-25)

  • Wed: Complete Missing Work, When Done Work in Unity
    • Warm Up
      • Find new seats
      • Listen to Abba - S.O.S.
    • IDO
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Work
  • Mon: Complete 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment - Step 4
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • Introduce tips for the 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment from Unit 3
      • Hand back older feedback forms
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Add to blog post titled, 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment
        • Complete 3.C.2.C: steps 4

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Week 11 (Nov. 16-20)

  • Fri: Complete 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment - Step 3
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • Introduce tips for 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment from Unit 3
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Fill in the What Worked Google Form to give feedback to Mr. Le Duc about yesterday's teamwork activity
      • Add to blog post titled, 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment
      • Complete 3.C.2.C: steps 3
  • Thurs: Complete 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment - Step 2
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • Remind tips for 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment from Unit 3
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Add to blog post titled, 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment
        • Complete 3.C.2.C: steps 2
  • Wed: Complete 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment- Step 1
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • Introduce 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment from Unit 3
    • WEDO
      • Debrief the teamwork exercise
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Create a blog post titled, 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment
      • Complete 3.C.2.C: Contemporary Game Assignment steps 1
  • Mon: Finish Assignment 3.C.2.A: Game Design Document
    • Warm Up
      • Watch Younger Brother - Train
    • IDO
      • Share some sample GDD documents at seriousgamesnet.eu
      • Remind about GDD: Put some serious thought into these questions, as they will guide your develop- ment as the course progresses. 
        • The more time you spend now, the easier your final project will be!
      • Share that we will start assignment 3.C.2.B: Management for the Game Developer Assignment tomorrow from Unit 3 - Game Design Theory 
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO

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Week 10 (Nov. 9-13)

  • Thurs-Fri: Start Game Design Document (GDD) Blog Page
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • Finish Models and Materials video tutorial 
        • Last 10 minutes
      • Introduce the Resource Guide of the Unity Curriculum
        • Specifically the Game Design Document (GDD)
          • The GDD serves as the primary design blueprint for a game
          • The Game Design Document (GDD) often encompasses many sub-documents, including, but not limited to:
            • Art Document
            • Concept Document
            • Technical Design Document (TDD)
    • WEDO
      • Answer questions
    • YOUDO
      • Add to blog post titled, Unity Models and Materials
        • Write notes about main ideas
      • Create a blog PAGE titled, Game Design Document (GDD)
        • Copy and paste the content from the GDD sample page
        • Remember to remove the italicized words

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