Q.1. What will be the output of the following script? (1 Mark)
Q.2. What is stage? (1 Mark)
Ans: The stage is where we see our stories, games and animations come to life. Sprites move and interact with one another on the stage.
Q.3. What do you mean by loops in Scratch programming? (1 Mark)
Ans: In scratch programming, a loop can induce multiple executions of statements. In Scratch, any block whose label begins with "forever" or "repeat" is a looping construct.
Q.4. What are blocks in scratch? (1 Mark)
Ans: Blocks are puzzle-piece shapes that are used to create code in Scratch.
Q.5. What does a script or a program do in Scratch? (1 Mark)
Ans: A script is defined within the Scratch program as one or set of blocks that begins with a hat block. It is used to program the sprites.
Q.6. What is a tempo? (1 Mark)
Ans: The tempo is a variable in a Scratch project.
Q.7. What are the different types of variables that are supported by Scratch? (1 Mark)
Ans: Booleans, numbers and strings.
Q.8. What is a variable? (1 Mark)
Ans: A variable is a place in the computer ’s memory which can hold information used by the program.
Q.9. What is the purpose of a clear block? (1 Mark)
Ans: The clear block removes all marks made by the pen or stamps. This is the only pen block that the stage can use
Q.10. Name two sound blocks that allow us to use sound files. (1 Mark)
Ans: Play Sound and Play Sound Until Done.