Human Development Through the Lifespan Units:
Understand relevant video game history Understand game ratings. Students will be able to apply communication features and game interface design.
Understand duration levels, time, rooms, lives, etc. Standard 2 Game Control --Students will understand the design of game control concepts Understand design functionality determine what to include in the game with regard to movements, power-ups, jumping, avoiding obstacles, collecting, etc. Create usability in game control implement the ability for the player to change movements, switching views, etc.
Understand immersion feeling part of the game, emotions, etc. Standard 3 Design Aesthetics -- Students will understand the aesthetics of game design, and its importance in creating an immersive experience.
Player View -- Students will understand the importance of "Player View" in game design, understanding the many view options: Two-Dimensional flat, 2D-world, platform games are usually 2Dgames Isometric First-Person from the character's point of view -- you don't see the character Third-Person view from behind the character -- you see the character --often an over the shoulder view Top-Down looking down from the top -- you usually see the character Standard 4 Interface Elements -- Students will understand the classifications of interface elements Understand diegetic and non-diegetic elements diegetic - elements that come from the world in the game -- sounds, graphics, etc.
Understand game design control, player view, and interface elements. Describe game consoles, platforms, and generations. Students will be able to identify various gaming platforms and develop at least one game on one of those platforms.
Standard 1 Gaming Console Platforms -- Students will be able to identify gaming consoles and their significant generations. Performance Skills Describe game consoles, platforms, and generations.
Identify different mobile platforms. Students will define various game genres and types. Standard 1 Game Genres -- Students will be able to identify the following game genre categories categories of games based on challenges: Standard 1 Game Concept Development --Students will be able to work alone or in a team designer, programmer, project manager, graphic artist, etc.
Create an analog or digital prototype version of a game Create a game using the design production process Work in a team.About the Sustainable Development Goals dpicampaigns T it ís important that we achieve each Goal and target by Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right.
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