Minecraft Modding Level 3 (9yo+)

By teaching students the programming and technical concepts behind video game modding, this course will empower them with the ability to modify video games. Students will be using Javascript - a syntax-based programming language to mod their Minecraft Game. They will be able to programme and manipulate the functions of different objects in Minecraft, and that is just the tip of the iceberg of what they could achieve. Students will be granted access to this platform during the course period. Through modding, each student will have completely unique worlds, they will be able to share them online, and impress others with items that the original game doesn’t have. Students will be able to explore their unique worlds filled with their original mods, share it with their friends, creating a fun while educational experience.

Prerequisite

Completed Minecraft 1 and 2, Played Minecraft before. Suitable for students who have taken Web Programming and Python

    Course Structure

    Lecture, Project-based learning, instructor-led brainstorming sessions

    Introduction To Syntax- Based Programming

    • Understanding and learning how to create and start your own server 
    • Learning to type the basics of Javascript and understanding simple concepts 
    • Introduction to ScriptCraft, the engine that allows us to write Javascript and run it through Minecraft 
    • Learn and Understand how Functions can be used to run code

    Learn about Objects, Arrays, Booleans

    • Understanding and learning about how Data can be used and stored 
    • Learning how to use an Array to store Data 
    • Learning about Objects and how they can be used to create Objects with properties in code 
    • Use Boolean to have Data be shown as True or False as a different state

    Coordinates, Voxel, Velocity

    • Learn about Coordinates and make use of them when specifying an object’s position 
    • Learn and make use of 2D and 3D Coordinates 
    • Learn what is Voxel to understand how cubes work and how the cubes in Minecraft are designed

    Schedule

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