Basic Projects in Game Maker

    A project-based student book for Game Maker especially aimed at 11-14 year olds. Written in-line with the 2008 Key Stage 3 ICT requirements and following our popular Basic approach, this accessible book offers students practical learning and support with Game Maker. It follows a project-based approach that teaches students both the skills and capabilities they need to succeed. All assessment criteria are linked to National Curriculum levels for each activity to help pupils to progress. Coverage of Functional Skills is clearly highlighted throughout to ensure learners are developing these skills whilst they learn. The book offers motivating project themes that really appeal to pupils.

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    Number of Pages: 112
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781905292578
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    Listed in: Educational: IT & computing, ICT
    Publisher: PAYNE-GALLWAY PUBLISHERS

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    RRP: £12.50

    Total: £12.46

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