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Challenge Game Design Intermediate ★★☆ Solo Challenge

Slides Board Game Challenge

Create a Board Game in Google Slides

Games come in every shape and size. Google Slides is a great place to test simple game ideas and learn about the basics of game design. Google Slides is perfect for collaboration – invite a friend or two to learn alongside you!

A journey to making 1000 games starts at game number 1 – what are you waiting for?

Goal

Create a board game using the google slides platform.

Skills

  • Playtesting, collaboration
  • Writing
  • Game Design
  • Digital Design
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Challenge eSports Challenge Intermediate ★★☆ Rocket League Challenge Solo Challenge

Rocket League Highlight Reel

Make a video of your Rocket League highlights

Tell the story of your crushing defeats and greatest triumphs. Everyone goes through the lumps and bumps on their way to Rocket League triumph.

Your destiny lies in your own hands. What will your story be?

Goal

Make a video chronicling your Rocket League journey.

Skills

  • Video editing
  • Storytelling
  • Independent Learning
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Beginner ★☆☆ Challenge eSports Challenge Rocket League Challenge Solo Challenge

Rocket League Mini Golf

Rocket League Mini Golf

Check out the mod here: Rocket League Mini Golf

Give it your best shot – Rocket League like you’ve never played it before.

Goal

Win a game of Rocket League Mini Golf.

Skills

  • Responsiveness to teammates
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • “Mechanics”
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Beginner ★☆☆ Challenge eSports Challenge Rocket League Challenge Solo Challenge

Achieve Rocket League Silver

Go For Rocket League Silver

Achieving Rocket League Silver is the first step in your journey to mastery. It might be more challenging than you think!

Are you up for the task?

Learn to move and breathe as a team, and your Silver will soon be a distant memory.

Goal

Achieve silver status in competitive 3 vs 3 Rocket League

Skills

  • Responsiveness to teammates
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • “Mechanics”
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Coach Resources

Week 1 Coach Guide

Origin Stories

The first challenge series is focused on encouraging our students to tell their story.


During the session – Ideate hero profile, try an art method, story ideas
Before the next session – Get your kids to do a hero profile

OutlineLesson 1A
Connect
(5)
If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?

Brainstorm: Think back to your best group experience
– What makes a great group experience great?

Monthly Goal: Publish a comic book together
Review Weekly MF Events
Think
(10-15)
What is a hero? What do we need to make a hero?

Group Discussion

Submitting an artifact
Act
(30-40)
Make a hero in paint.net
– powers
– weaknesses
– 2-line origin

Show T comic book

Make a hero for use in our comic book and bring it to next meeting
1B
During the session – Share profiles/feedback + Demo comic book page
Before the next session – Get your kids to make a comic book page
OutlineLesson 1B
Connect
(5)
Share your new hero and use emoticons to encourage your clubmates
Coach Review: Team Spirit
Review Weekly MF Events
Think
(10-15)
What do we need to write a story?
What does a story have?

Story Outline Discussion
What is your comic book page story?
– What problem does your hero have?
– How might your hero solve their problem?
Make a comic book panel/page
– origin of your hero
Act
(30-40)
Making a comic book page with layers
Have 1-2 students share their screen and work
Make a full comic page about the origin of your superhero