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In the last few lessons, Ms Carmen and Mr Tony taught us how to create a maze with Scratch. Did you have fun with them? This time, Ms Carmen challenges you all to create jokes with Scratch!
As mentioned by Ms Carmen, you need to learn about what does the instruction "wait" mean before producing this animation. Let's see why!
In Lesson 1, you have learnt to tell a joke through a dual dialogue by using the "wait" instruction in Scratch. As this seems to be time-consuming, Mr Tony will teach you how to use "broadcast" event to simplify your programming process. You can also learn how to change the background of the animation.
Do you still remember how to use "broadcast" to program an animation, and change the animation background? How can we tell a story by using Scratch in a more dynamic way? In this lesson, Ms Carmen will teach you about more concepts about events and synchronising actions in Scratch so that you can insert different dialogues and reactions for more characters.