Alice 2.3 is free program developed by Carnegie Mellon University. The main purpose of this program is to introduce users to programming and the logic behind it.
Lesson 1 – Learning the Interface – Learn & understand the interface program of Alice.
Lesson 2 – Working With Objects – Learn how to add, remove, and customize objects. We’ll also get into on how to work with poses.
Lesson 3 – Animation & Coding – We’re going over on how to animate characters using poses and how to code it.
Lesson 4 – Understanding Vehicles – Understand how to use the vehicle option.
Lesson 5 – Dummy Cameras -Understanding the concept of dummy cameras.
Lesson 6 – Using isShowing -We’re going to review previous lessons, but also go over using “isShowing.”
Lesson 7 – Functions Part 1 – Understand the use of if statements not only in Alice, but in the real world as well.
Lesson 8 – Functions Part 2 – Now, we’ll learn how to use a function with a while statement and understand its usage in the real world.
Lesson 9 – World Functions – We’ll learn and experiment with the functions in the world.
Lesson 10 – Variables Part 1 – We’re going to learn and understand the types and how to use variables.
Lesson 11 – Variables Part 2 – We’re going to go a bit more in-depth about variables.
Lesson 12 – Variables Part 3 – We’ll learn how to use two other common variables in the real-world programming.
Lesson 13 – Parameters – We’re going to understand the use of parameters.
Lesson 14 – Lists – We’ll learn and understand on how to use lists.
Lesson 15 – Arrays – Now, we’re going to go over arrays.
Lesson 16 – Dummy Objects – Before we learned about dummy cameras, now dummy objects.