Posted: August 6th, 2015
Use Macromedia Flash and ActionScript 3 to develop an interactive game
Luton Museums would like one or more web games to support their existing teaching materials. They operate curriculum based sessions for school children in key stages 1 (ages 5 to 7) , 2 (7-11) and 3 (11-14) , which are hosted on the museum sites. The web games would either introduce the concepts prior to the museum visit, or reinforce the ideas introduced after the visit. You can see examples of games that were produced by other students in the last two years on the Luton Culture website at http://www.lutonculture.com/learning/online-resources/learning-games/
Each group should choose one of the following curriculum areas
Hunter to Farmer (KS2)
Stoneage to IronAge (KS2)
A wide variety of existing materials are available (see http://www.e2bn.org/ and search for Luton museum) , and you will also be encouraged to visit the museum sites and examine the collections for yourself.
You may also be able to view a school curriculum session in action. Further details will be available during the briefing session on Tuesday 27th January.
You could consider using a character taken from the large range of photographic and illustration sources in the museum collection
You should work as a team of 3 or 4.
Use Macromedia Flash and ActionScript 3 to develop an interactive game. You may use Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and Audition to produce media files for use in your game.
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