Quiz - Netiquette Game, Part 1
This is a quiz designed to test your basic knowledge of Scratch 2.0.
Please insert your name and email below to see your results.
Email address *
Name
Question 1. What does the word “Netiquette” stand for?
10 points
Question 2. The simplest way to create a ball sprite is to go to Costumes and draw a circle using the circle tool.
10 points
Clear selection
Question 3. To create a sprite with multiple appearances, which one of the following should we do?
10 points
Clear selection
Question 4. Variable is an amount/value that can vary. These values can be increased and decreased and made to control various parts of a project.
10 points
Clear selection
Question 5. What command block can we use to control our variable using the left arrow key?
10 points
Clear selection
Question 6. Someone with good netiquette would behave appropriately in e-mails, social media, blogs, online chat and other types of online communication.
10 points
Clear selection
Question 7. Which of the following command blocks are used to fix the lag that occurs when moving the basket sprite? (Select all that apply.)
20 points
Clear selection
Question 8. Fill in the blank: The use of a loop depends on which block from ....... category is being used to activate the script.
30 points
Question 9. Which of the following can be considered to be an example of good netiquette?
10 points
Clear selection
Question 10. Fill in the black: Variables are created with the "Make a Variable" button in …..… category.
10 points
Optional Survey
This optional survey would help us improve our products and services to better address your needs.
How old are you?
Please insert your age in numbers
Which subject are you interested in? Select all that apply.
What is your favorite Sprite on Scratch?
Privacy Notice
We use your Personal Information only for improving our educational contents and providing enhanced user experience. By submitting this quiz, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
reCAPTCHA
This form was created inside of EQSTEM. Report Abuse