Saturday, July 29, 2006

Prototype for interactive quiz (version 7.27)

Interactive quiz for learning about occupations (version 7.27)

By Daphne Chan and Chris Leung

The prototype for the quiz is ready. You may try it


This quiz prototype is the second part of the learning object posted on July 20, 2006:Prototype for 6323 Project (Version 7.20). Procedures are as follow:-

1. Students are expected to click on the correct button.

2. When students answer the question correctly, they can proceed to the next question until they finish all the four questions.

3. If the answer is incorrect, a word "Oops! Please try again!" will pop out and they can try again.

4. Both the number of correct attempts and incorrect attempts will be displayed in the box for record.

Comments are invited, thank you!

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Prototype (Version 7.20)

Prototype for 6323 Project (Version 7.20)
Topic: Learning About Occupations Link:

By Daphne Chan & Chris Leung

1. Click the link above.

2. Click "Continue" in the opening screen to proceed.

3. When you see the building objects on the stage, click the "Hospital" building to see the occupation object.

4. When the occupation object is shown, the narration will begin. Remember to turn on your speakers.

5. After listening to the narration, you may stop for a while for elaboration in the class.

6. When finished, click the "Hospital" building again to go back.7. Click any another building objects to continue (not ready yet).

FreeHand MX
Flash Basic 8

Monday, July 17, 2006

Reflection of Lesson 7 and 8

My opinion is that learning the basic concepts/elements of Flash is important. Although I'm not competent at using it, the tutorials lead us to understand what special effects can be created in Flash applications, how to use drawing tools as well as Action Script to add interactivity and custom functionality to our documents. These basic knowledge enable us to create amazing visual representation, if we need to outsource the task , we still know what can be created and how to create.

Thursday, July 06, 2006


Here is our storyboard. You may click here