Quiz - Netiquette Game, Part 1
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Question 1. What does the word “Netiquette” stand for?
Question 2. The simplest way to create a ball sprite is to go to Costumes and draw a circle using the circle tool.
Question 3. To create a sprite with multiple appearances, which one of the following should we do?
Upload one file as a sprite and go to costumes to add the rest of the files one by one
Upload all files as sprites
Go to costumes and upload all files as costumes
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.
Question 5. What command block can we use to control our variable using the left arrow key?
When I receive ()
When backdrop switches to ()
When this sprite is clicked
When () key pressed
Question 6. Someone with good netiquette would behave appropriately in e-mails, social media, blogs, online chat and other types of online communication.
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.)
Switch costume to ()
If () then
() > ()
Set () effect to ()
Question 8. Fill in the blank: The use of a loop depends on which block from ....... category is being used to activate the script.
Question 9. Which of the following can be considered to be an example of good netiquette?
Spamming others (i.e. sending the same or similar message to a large number of people)
Writing a whole word or a sentence in capital letters
Avoid sharing private information of others on the Internet without their permission
Question 10. Fill in the black: Variables are created with the "Make a Variable" button in …..… category.
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