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This section provides a guide for delivering the unit content with integrated activities and assessments.
When reviewing the content in this unit, important questions to consider may include:
What learning experiences can your learners engage in during this unit?
How can you integrate formative assessments into these learning experiences?
How can you integrate formative assessments into the tangible deliverables (e.g.
documents, projects, test applications, game builds) that your learners produce?
How can you integrate summative assessments towards the end of this unit?
As these can be challenging questions, this section will provide resources and
recommendations to help you determine the appropriate answers.


5.C.1.A: Learner Scripting Skills - Assignment

This tutorial section covers the basic coding skills required to create a good game. By this Unit,
learners should have experience in the import and setup of objects/models in the Unity Editor.
Now, they need to develop the skill of writing scripts that cause actions to occur in the game,
beyond the basic functions. Learners should complete the following tutorials:
1. Spinning Cube:
2. Simple Clock:

5.C.1.B: Building Learner Scripting Skills - Extended Assignment

The tutorials listed below address basic commands within a game. In this assignment, learners
will develop their skills and broaden their understanding of creating and writing scripts used to
run and manage the games they create. Learners should complete the following tutorials:
1. Scripts as Behavior Components:
2. Variables and Functions:
3. Conventions and Syntax:
4. C# vs JS syntax:
5. IF statements:
6. Loops:
7. Classes:

5.C.1.C: Systems Thinking and Game Development Planning - Assignment

During the build process, game developers often find themselves facing problems without
simple solutions. To deal with these challenges, developers also need a good grasp of the
fundamentals of design, problem solving, and an understanding of how everything affects the
system as a whole. Introduce a systems model that outlines inputs, processes, outputs, feedback,
and goals to illustrate how a change at one place in the process can affect an outcome at
another point. Explain how changes to any part of the plan can affect the entire system of the
game. Optional activities can include learner group review of a game sequence and the
completion of a what if scenario for any changes they try to implement.


5.C.2.A: Project Proposal for Capstone Project

Complete your project proposal document for your Capstone Project. Coordinate with your
instructor to gain approval for your game idea.

5.C.2.B: Creating a Game Development Plan

Now that you have identified the game you want to create, it is time to focus on how all of the
component parts of the game system are interrelated. As you start building a game, you must
also think in linear terms of how the game progresses from start to finish and create a plan for
how that process will be developed.This task is managed with flow charts, events, sequences,
and alignment to the storyboard script. In your Game Design Document (GDD), create a flow
chart that shows all actions that will occur in proper order from start to finish of your game.

5.C.2.C: Bug Report

Using bug tracking software of your choice, you will enter a bug report for any bugs created or
encountered as you begin learning to code. As you repair bugs, create a Bug Tracking List and
add it to the Game Developers Journal. Enter the solutions into the bug tracking database. The
Bug Tracking List should be part of your final deliverables.