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Writing your first program

Now that we have installed the .NET framework, the XNA framework and the Kodu Game Lab, it's time to get started programming using Kodu. One of the fastest ways to get programming for both students and teachers is to use built-in tutorials inside of the Kodu Game Lab. In this video, I'm going to walk through a tutorial to show us how to make Kodu, one of the animated characters of this game, move. And then I'm going to show you a way to extend this learning for your students by showing them how to make Kodu move in reference to an object. Let's get started by clicking on Load World.

Under the Load World menu, students have a variety of worlds they can choose from. They can go into these worlds and simply play the game, or they can go into the world and manipulate and change the environment to be exactly what the student would like it to be. We're going to get started by clicking on Lessons to bring up the Lesson worlds. From the Lessons menu, I'm going to use the green arrow o...

Writing your first program
Video duration: 6m 46s 8h 26m Appropriate for all Updated Dec 22, 2014

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Writing your first program provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Aaron Quigley as part of the Teacher Tips

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