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Getting started with ActionScript

Lesson Plan Published 3/14/14 Last updated on 5/16/18
ActionScript is the scripting language of Adobe Flash Professional. You can use ActionScript to add complex interactivity, object movement, playback control, and data display to a project. ActionScript can be used to produce common movements and interactions that are the building blocks of many Flash games. Use this activity to teach your students how to understand ActionScript, how to use Script Assist and code snippets, how to use Event handling, and how to use ActionScript to create movement and interaction in games.
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Age Levels
1+ Day
Custom Standards
ACA Flash 4.11
ISTE Standards
Students: Computational Trainer
Adobe Flash Professional CC
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Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 9/25/19 6:27:23 AM Permalink

​Thanks for sharing

William Baur

Posted on 3/16/15 5:04:16 PM Permalink

Thanks, lessons were very good.