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1 Syllabus BBCTA-B202-VGD Video Game Development (VGD) Mr. Green Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy B223 Fall 2015 VGD meets from 07:00 a.m. 9:15 a.m. Monday-Friday from October 5, 2015 to January 15, This syllabus will provide you with the basic information about the course. Keep if for future reference in your portfolio after your parents read it and signs. It is available on google classroom. WELCOME I am very happy to have you in this accelerated Video Game Development course at Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy during these next 12 weeks. COURSE DESCRIPTION & OBJECTIVES Students will learn the basics of video game programming and design. Students will program in Game Maker Studio utilizing curriculum to learn computer science concepts, learn design, teamwork, presentation preparation and delivery, real-world time management and many basic computer and media technology skills. Other programming environment and game design techniques may also be studied to reinforce basic skills and make comparisons to the game development concepts. Credit: 1 elective. TEACHER INFORMATION A major key to thriving students is teacher/student/parent/family communication. I want all of my students be successful in this class, preparing them for life after high school by encouraging them to strive for excellence. With parental/family help by providing encouragement and support at home, each student can be encouraged to achieve his or her maximum potential. Please feel free to Mr. Green if you or your parents have any questions. Mr. Green is available on request to schedule a conference at Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy BBCTA: 9:30-10:15 a.m. ASSIGNMENTS Pen (preferably black ink) and Notebook / Portfolio (provided in class). Assigned PC (google drive, ical, CloudOn, and Dropbox storage accounts). Regular notebook paper, 10 to 20 sheets. SOFTWARE We will be using the game development software called Game Maker: Studio (GMS). The software can be downloaded for free. This game development software is installed on the B202 Lab studentassigned computers. The software is also available for Mac users. All course assignments will be accessible on google classroom (VGD)

2 Page 2 BB-B223-VGD Syllabus Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy Mr. Green B-223 SOFTWARE (cont.) Game Maker: Studio caters to entry-level novices and seasoned game development professionals equally, allowing them to create cross-platform games in record time and for the fraction of the cost. In addition to making games development 80 percent faster than coding for native languages, developers can create fully functional prototypes in just a few hours, and a full game in just a matter of weeks. CURRICULUM UNITS The completion of the following units will be contingent on each student s progress. All students will complete the major assignments and units. Students will work at their own pace beginning in Unit 3 (prescribed game development opportunities). All will be expected to complete a final game development project in Unit 4 at the end of the course for their final exam grade. Weeks 1-3 Unit 01 Video Game Elements and Play Theme, Mood, Symbol, and Point of View. Unit 02 Introduction to Video Game Design & Color Theory Importance of Games, Game Critique, Color and Design Techniques, and Game Development Teams. Unit 03 Careers, Science and Math Careers in Game Development; Physics and Math in Games. Weeks 4-6 Unit 03 (cont.) Game Design & Development Character, Background, and Text. Unit 04 Introduction to Game Maker Studio Main Actions Time Events; Objects and Instances; Move Actions If and Loops; and Variables Score Actions. Unit 04 (cont.) Simple Action Games 1, 2, & 3 Bouncing Ball, Paddle Ball, Ping Pong Break Out, Pin Ball, and New Pack Mac. Unit 05 Beginner Games 4 & 5 Break Out and Pin Ball. Weeks 7-9 Unit 06 Animated Sprites Games 6, 7 & 8 New Pacman, A-Maze-ing, and Helicopter. Unit 07 Competitive Games 9 & 10 Independence Day and Tanks. Unit 08 Platform Games 11 & 12 Mario, and Space Battle. Unit 09 Video Game Development Story Writing, Storyboarding Game Design, Game Implementation in GMS. Weeks Unit 09 Video Game Development (cont.) & Testing Final Exam Team Project** Promoting Game Developed, Design Standards, Alpha Testing, and Beta Testing. * Unit 10 Flash Game Development Instances, Layers, Frames, and Time Line Controls. * If time permits. ** No student is exempt from Final Project. ASSESSMENT POLICY One (1) week = three (3) weeks of course work. Six (6) weeks = a semester. According to District Policy, a course s grading periods will be averaged together for 80% of the overall grade. Major Project/Tests/ Notebook % Daily /Classwork % NOTE: The final exam game project and presentation will represent 20% of course grade.

3 Page 3 BB-B223-VGD Syllabus Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy Mr. Green B-223 CAMPUS & CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT Our campuses and classrooms provide amazing resources that must be shared. Both you and I will abide by these policies as well as those established by the Mansfield ISD school board policies: Be respectful of oneself Come to class prepared with your materials and assignments; be dressed and groomed in accordance to school codes. Be respectful others The focus of the class is on learning. Distracting behavior will not be acceptable. Be respectful of property and equipment Clean up after yourself and take care of items that are placed in your care. Be responsible Take care of your assignments and other business at appropriate times. Be reliable Be prepared and on time for class. Be a team player You will have plenty of opportunities to team up with others in the class. Do the work, carry your part of the load, and do it with a good attitude and with your heart. We are here to become more powerful people: to become leaders that make our communities better. Respect plays out in many ways, including paying attention, doing quality work, being ready to learn and participate and supporting each other. Here is where we can hone our individual and team skills. This is your opportunity to act in the intention of helping each other grow. Give your best effort. Do the quality work. And let s inspire each other to greater heights of personal satisfaction and achievement. B223 CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS 1. SIGN IN by using the QR code posted by the door. This is how attendance is taken. It is your responsibility. 2. Students are to be seated at the tables when the bell rings. 3. ASSIGNED SEATS students must sit at their assigned computers and are not allowed to use other computers unless specifically directed to by the instructor. 4. Backpacks, purses and other large items must be in the assigned area (tables only not the computer area) for each student. This includes ipads, cellphones, and other electronic devices. 5. Out of respect for our learning environment, please silence your phone before you enter the class and place all electronic devices out of sight including all ear buds in your pocket or back packet. No phones should ever be seen or heard by the teacher of this class. During lecture and class discussions this is important to maintain necessary focus. BYOD Policy Mansfield ISD has a BYOD policy in place; however, with access to ipads in the classroom daily, the use of cellular device is only allowed with permission from the teacher. Having cell phones out in class (bell to bell) without permission will result in disciplinary action. ipad Classroom Rules Make sure ear buds and headphones are put away and out of sight before entering the classroom. Close all applications (apps) on your ipad upon entering the classroom. Make sure the sound is off upon entering the classroom. You may only have apps open that the teacher ask you to open during class. The opening of any additional apps including any gaming, messaging, Skyward or before the alarm goes off signaling the last 4 minutes of class (cleanup) will result in a disciplinary referral. IPads need to remain on your table at all times. Never take ipads to the computer area. When they are not in use, you will need to have them face down at the top of the desk. When in use for assigned class work: ipads need to remain flat on your desk or slightly propped (using the stand) when in use so that your screen can be viewed by the teacher at all times. Make sure your ipad has the sound off. You will be instructed when or if it is necessary for the sound to be on. In that case, you will be asked to use headphones but not until that time.

4 Page 4 BB-B223-VGD Syllabus Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy Mr. Green B Computers are to be left in the same configuration as found (including screen background, etc.). Remember these are not your personal computers. A record is kept of your technology usages. 7. Outside storage devices are not to be used in the B202 Computer Lab without the permission of teacher. 8. No food/drink is allowed in the computer lab. 9. Printing Some assignments may be printed to a central network printer. Students should preview work before printing. Any printing of items not pertaining to this class requires specific permission from the instructor. 10. Four (4) minutes before the end of class students are to: Students are to return all materials to the appropriate location. Students are to leave workstation area and chair clean. Chair is to be returned to its place under the desk in front of computer. ABSENCES & TARDIES All assignments will be accessible electronically google classroom (VGD). It is your responsibility to get any information missed if absent or tardy is on ical for VGD. Because this course is condensed to twelve weeks, all work will have a maximum late submission time of five days. No work will be accepted after that many class days have passed. LATE WORK This is an accelerated course. Assignment dates are established. There will be a standard deduction of 5% per class day for late work. It is important that you communicate any special circumstances regarding absences and late work to Mr. Green ASAP. Most assignments are due on Tuesdays and Thursdays. QUIZ RETAKES Students may retake any assessment that they did not score at least 70 within the established assessment period for each assignment/assessment for a maximum of 70. Final course exams are not included in retake/retest policy. Dropbox, google classroom, CloudOn, & ical (Dropbox-Both ipad & PC installed), google drive-browser, (CloudOn-Both ipad & PC installed), and (ical-both ipad & PC installed). All Students must have an active dropbox account setup and save the files for this class on that account. It is free at dropbox.com. Students need to install CloudOn on their ipad so they can open their (most) files and work on them on their ipads as needed, mainly away from class. Setup and installed on assigned computer and ipad the above due by October14, TUTORIALS It is your responsibility to let me know that you are in need of help. It is very important to not fall behind. Tutorial times are limited. If arranged with Mr. Green at least one day in advance (and he does not have a meeting, etc.) he will stay after school up to 5:00 pm (Monday Thursday) so you can get help and/or work on your missing assignments. You must also be here from your home campus no later than 3:30 pm, or Mr. Green will leave, thinking you are not going to show up.

5 Page 5 BB-B223-VGD Syllabus Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy Mr. Green B-223 ACADEMIC HONESTY & INTEGRITY Honesty is always the best policy. Please, give me no reason to suspect any form of cheating on work that is done in this course. While working with others on projects is allowed & encouraged, copying all or part of any assignment is cheating resulting in a zero for the assignment, parent contact, and a referral to your assistant principal (per Student Code of Conduct). DISTRICT POLICIES The student and parent must sign the computer rules policy provided by the Mansfield ISD. All district and campus policies will be followed and enforced in this classroom. MISD and BBCTA/FHS policy will be followed in relationship to cell phones and electronic devices in the classroom. THIS IS YOUR LIFE... Your one-and-only life on this planet. You determine what s possible. Make good choices, ask questions, take positive steps today is the day. Each year life offers itself to us in an endless number of ways. Each moment comes to us with both hands filled with gifts, marvels, opportunities and adventures but we seldom see or accept more than a tiny fraction of the exciting possibilities around us. Let s be daring, be bold and be true to ourselves. Let s make the most of these opportunities to work together and to learn from each other. KNOW THIS... You will be challenged each day to live your life on purpose... to regularly ask yourself, Do I know that my choices are affecting either positively or negatively who I am becoming and who I will be in the future? All course assignments will be accessible on google classroom (VGD) Room B223 Mr. Green Information Technology & STEM Instructor BEN BARBER CTA MANSFIELD, TEXAS Updated 08/20/15

6 Page 6 BB-B223-VGD Syllabus Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy Mr. Green B-223 STUDENT & PARENT SIGNATURE PAGE fall 2015 VGD Jimmie Green, STEM Instructor Due: October 9, 2015 Signed by both. Please sign and return this packet after reviewing the Course Syllabus, Classroom Policies and the Mansfield ISD Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). My child and I understand that he/she must comply with these regulations. We realize that if he/she fails to abide by the rules, he/she will adhere to the sanctions listed and will not be able to participate in this computer-based lab or regular classroom. District policy states that every student will wear an ID and have a signed Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) on file every day to be able to access any MISD networked computer. Your signatures below indicate that you have received, reviewed, and accept the course syllabus, classroom policies and the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) of the Mansfield ISD. Student s Name: Student s Signature Date: Parent s/guardian s Name: Parent s/guardian s Signature: Date: Grade Classification: P.S. All course assignments will be accessible on google drive classroom (VGD) Mr. Green B223 Ben Barber Career Technology Academy Mansfield, Texas Updated: 08/20/15 BB-B223-VGD-Syllabus.docx Green Fall-15-VGD-Syllabus.docx

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