Alice Programming

Duke University, Durham, NC

# Teacher Lesson Plans from workshops 2008 and 2011-2016.

## Teacher Lesson Plans

These lesson plans were developed by teachers attending the summer 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. Alice workshops at Duke University which were the two-week and three-week workshops. We currently have funding through 2017 for two-week workshops each summer and will continue to update this page each year with new teacher lesson plans that have been developed in 2017.

NOTE about downloading Alice worlds. Most likely your computer does not know what an Alice world file is, with extention .a2w. If the Alice world you download is called story.a2w, your computer may think it is a .zip file and rename it to story.zip or story.a2w.zip. DO NOT unpack it or extract files, but instead rename it back to story.a2w. If you cannot figure out how to rename it, then you can leave it with the .zip extension. Start Alice and when you try to load a file, where it says "Files of Type:", select All Files. Then you can see story.zip there.

## Math

• Rounding by Kit Sanders (2015)
• Description: This lesson provides students an interactive world to practice their rounding skills. Students will be asked to round to the nearest 10 and 100 in a series of questions. They will either answer by clicking on a number line or by typing in their number answer.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Rouding Quiz

• Lesson on the Coordinate Plane by Bridgette Scott(2008)

• Transformations by Katrina Tunstall (2008)

• Kick the Coordinate by Courtney C. Rudder (2011)

• Ann Cherry's Order Of Operations (2015)
• Description: Students will learn to open an Alice world and add a character to the world. This will serve as an introduction to the Alice programming language. Students are also given a quiz on the order of operations.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Order of Operations Quiz

• Absolute Value by Mary Quick (2015)
• Description: This lesson will use a number line to help students understand the number system. Specifically the lesson goes over absolute values, and the Alice worlds provides student with an interactive quiz to test their understand of absolute value.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Class Rules

• Intro to Ratios by David Ross (2016)
• Description: Introduction to Alice with programming for part-to- part and part-to- whole ratios.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Ratios Intro

• Ratio Quiz Review by David Ross (2016)

• Robotics: Using Circumference to Determine Distance Traveled by Sheree Wilder (2016)
• Description: Students will learn how to use circumference to determine how many rotations to program their robots to move.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World(s): circumference.a2w

• Robotics: Understanding the Relationship Between Time Traveled and Distance Traveled by Sheree Wilder (2016)
• Description: Students will plot 5 points indicating distance their robot has travelled at 5 different timed intervals to make predictions based on the line plot.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World(s): TimeDistance.a2w

• Addition and Subtraction of Decimals by Cheryll Pagal (2017)

• Ordering Positive and Negative Numbers by Cheryll Pagal (2017)

• Order of Operations by Jessica James and Evelyn Scott (2016 - South Carolina)

• Personal Number Line by Amy Biscombe (2017)
• Description: Takes in birth years of characters with headshot, and sorts the characters on the numberline thereby; serves as ice-breaker for any class
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Personal Number Line

• Formula Quiz by Donna Hoover (2012)

• Volume Formulas by Donna Hoover (2012)

• Bouncing Ball by Hugh Finn (2013)

• Slope of Two Points by Yoonsun Choe (2014)
• Description: This world allows the student to plot two points, and present the slope of the different sets of points.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .doc
• Alice World: Slope of Two Points

• Advanced Math Topics by Colin Mayo (2014)
• Description: This Alice world simulates the distributions of sample proportions of many simple random samples.
• Description: This world visually demonstrates how Euler's method works and helpst students understand how to use derivation to solve problems.

• Jamie Droegemeier's Probability, Permutations, and Combinations (2015)
• Description: This lesson revisits previously learned probability concepts and reinforces the methods for calculating theoretical probabilities. The Alice world that goes along with this lesson presents a quiz on probabilities in a lottery context.
• Description: This lesson introduces the concepts and methods of calculating permutations and combinations for later use in computing probabilities of compound events. The Alice world that goes along with this lesson plan presents the permutation and combination concepts in a quiz form that is set in the context of a competition (ex. how many different combinations of outcomes could there be?)

• Joyce Vogely's Alice Probability Lesson (2015)
• Description: In this lesson plan students compute the probability of an event occurring, tally the results of an experiment, show the results in a bar graph, and relate the experimental (theoretical) probability to the computed (experimental) probability. The Alice world related to this lesson plan teaches probability in the form of an Alice quiz.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Probability Lesson

• Alice Programming by Colin Mayo (2015)
• Website: The website outlines a 9 day unit that provides an introduction to Alice programming and a short introduction to TI Basic.
• Description: This lesson is an introduction to random number generation. It uses random numbers to simulate choosing random samples from a population to predict the population proportion. The challenge in the lesson requires students to create looping and indexing to draw samples in a more expeditious manner.
• Description: This assessment is designed to cover use of if/else statements and functions in Alice. It should take 10-15 minutes to complete this challenge. It uses a starter world called Decisions and Functions.a2w.
• Description: The goal of this assessment is to create a world that has 3 separate scenes and uses the camera fade in and out object. It uses a starter world called sceneChangeChallenge.a2w.
• Description:The Garfield Challenge is the culminating assessment of an Introduction to Alice Programming unit. Students are asked to animate a 3-frame Garfield comic strip using scene changes and fade in/fade out.

• Maze Runner Challenge by Audrey Toney (2015)
• Description: This world is designed for interactive review of content concepts. In this demo, the player answers math questions at the high school level. Questions are generated in a random order.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Maze Runner
• Edited Alice World: (questions do not repeat) Maze Runner

• Integer Quiz by Solomon Willis (2017)
• Description: Uses Alice to test understanding of linear equations.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: IntegerQuiz

• Quadratic Formula by Solomon Willis (2017)
• Description: Uses Alice to test understanding of the quadratic formula by building a world to solve quadratic equations.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf

• Pythagorean Theorem by Cochise Lanier (2017)

• Trigonometric Functions by Wilfredo Alambra (2017)

• SOH CAH TOA by Wole Ajala (2017)

## Science

• Rock Cycle by Debra Ludde (2012)

• Magnet Lab Sort by Dawn Delk (2013)
• Description: This world is an interactive lab that allows the student to test his/her knowledge of magnetic materials. The student must answer whether or not the presented object is magnetic. Then the object is sorted into the correct bucket, regardless of the students answer.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx and
• magnetLabSort.a2w

• Estuary Project (for 5th-8th grade) by Kristen Bedell (2008)

• The Scientific Method by Peggy Holland-Grantham (2012)
• Ecosystems and Habitats by Sharon Dickerson (2012)
• Phases of the Moon by Janice Byers (2013)
• Description:This world makes use of the monePhases_moon object in the Alice Local Gallery. The different phases of the moon are explained and displayed. The information is imparted by way of the use of Do in orders, Do togethers, and methods.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• MoonPhases.a2w
• Phases of the Moon by Sharon Dickerson (2012)
• Volcanoes by Sharon Dickerson (2012)

• Experimental Design - Variables - by April Walker (2008)

• Tornados - by Andrea Payne (2008)

• Atomic History Activity by James Rectenwald (2014)
• Description: This world serves as an activity in which students must first read about various developments in atomic theory on their own. The students must then fill in the various scenes of the world with information about each scientist's contribution to atomic theory.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .xlsx
• Alice World: AtomicHistoryStory.a2w

• Practice with Isotopes by James Rectenwald (2014)
• Description: This world serves as an activity in which students must fill in information and key terms related to isotopes. The world has two sections,the information section and the analyzing isotopes section. In the analyzing isotopes section students must answer questions regarding the atomic number, atomic mass and charge of randomly generated isotopes. Students must fill out a chart while doing this activity.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .xlsx
• Isotope Data Chart .pdf
• Alice World: IsotopeTutorial.a2w

• Bunny Compost by Carolyn Thomas (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to edit and complete a starter world about composting. They must edit the code provided by the instructor. They use lists, say methods, and objects in their world to make a bunny eat all items that can be composted. There is an incomplete student world and completed solution provided.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .xlsx
• Student Instructions .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: BunnyCompostStudent.a2w BunnyCompost.a2w

• Slimotosis (Independent and Dependent Variables) by Carolyn Thomas (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to edit and complete a starter world that demonstrates independent and dependent variables. They must edit the code provided by the instructor. They must use new dialogue and correctly identify independent and dependent variables in their own scenario. There is an incomplete student world and completed solution provided.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .xlsx
• Student Instructions .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: SlimotosisStudent.a2w Slimotosis.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: SlimotosisEDITS.a2w

• Team Introduction by Carolyn Thomas (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to edit and complete a starter world that introduces their team. The starter world includes prepared code for the students and they must edit it and provide an object for every team member, introduction of each team member and a team cheer. Activity is designed to introduce Alice and develop collaborative skills to work as a team.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .xlsx
• Student Instructions .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: welcomeStudent.a2w welcomeSolution.a2w

• Newton's Three Laws of Motion by Jacqueline Worley (2015)
• Description: This lesson is an introduction to the 3 laws of motion by Sir Isaac Newton. There are scene changes that came from a template. I would introduce students to making worlds in Alice using this world.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Newton's Laws

• Wetland Habitats - by Heather Rogers (2008)

• Matter - by Monique Simmons (2008)

• Mixture Versus Susbstance by Mindy Thornlow (2013)
• Description: This world is an engaging quiz that asks the student to decide whether a material is a mixture or a substance. If the student gets the question wrong, he/she gets eaten by a shark.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• classifyingMatter.a2w

• Phase Changes by Mindy Thornlow (2013)
• Description: This tutorial takes notes from the Kangaroo Visits Friends workshop tutorial. When the kangaroo visits one of its friends, the friend tells the kangaroo a fact about different phases of matter.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• phasesOfMatter.a2w

• Periodic Table by Jared Pinkston (2013)

• Water Cycle & Newton's Laws by Ann Marie McCarthy (2012)

• Topics in Earth Science By LaTonya Bartell (2015)
• Description: This lesson teaches lab safety to students. Once the teacher goes over safety rules, the Alice world will reiterate the rules and then provide an interactive quiz to test their comprehension of the lesson.
• Description: Students will investigate Earth systems by making observations in nature and identifying systems in the natural world. Ultimately, the students will understand how the four spheres/systems on Earth (biosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and atmosphere) are interconnected. The Alice world provides a visual representation of this information for the students.
• Description: This lesson introduces students to planetary research and familiarize them with the planets and their features. After the lesson is taught then students will use the Alice world to review information about the solar system.

• Jessica Hall's Lesson Plans (2015)
• Description: The first Alice world for the lesson plan introduces students to the concept of geologic time using many scene changes where each scene teaches a lesson on geologic time. The second Alice world continues to help students understand geologic time concepts, which includes events in Alice that demonstrate how half lives work.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World 1: World 1
• Alice World 2: World 2

• Coding Lab Safety by Michelle Bloom and Mike Moeller (2016 - SC)
• Description: Students will program an Alice world to demonstrate my knowledge of lab safety
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .doc
• Alice World(s):

• States of Matter by Mafe Aguilar (2017)
• Description: Gives examples of different states of matter (water) in chemistry
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Model of States

• Acids and Bases by Stephanie Creech (2013)
• Description: This is an interactive review and quiz on acids and bases. The setup of the world is more advanced and involves various events, if/else statements, and object property manipulation.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• CreechAcidBaseLesson.a2w

• Alternate Energy - by William Boswell (2008)

• Earth/Environmental Science - Solar System - by Brian Bradshaw (2008)

• Physics - Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation - by Brian Bradshaw (2008)

• Tour of the Moon's Surface by Hugh Finn (2012)

• Stoichiometry by Stephanie Creech (2013)
• Description: This is an interactive lesson on how to convert from one unit to another, using stoichiometry. The sounds, billboards, object movement, and mouse-driven events make the animation very engaging.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• StoichiometryLesson.a2w
• Stoichiometry Powerpoint Slides: .pdf, and .pptx
• Stoichiometry Problems: .pdf, and .docx

• Chemistry: Chain of Reaction Islands by Amanda White (2016)
• Description: Students will apply their knowledge of chemical reactions to answer questions brought out during a scenario presented to them. Students will apply their knowledge of chemical reaction to create a scenario using objects, functions, and methods, in Alice.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .xlsx
• Alice World(s): ChainOfRXNIsland.a2w

• Chemistry: Visualization of Half-Life by Amanda White (2016)
• Description: Students will be able relate the concept of half-life to the animated video created in Alice. This should help them to visualize half-life, which is not observable in the classroom.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .xlsx
• Alice World(s): HalfLifeEatSnakes.a2w

• Chemistry: Train Track Method Stoichimetry by Amanda White (2016)
• Description: Students will be able to practice stoichiometry problems with immediate feedback. This will help students critical think through a problem if their solution is wrong. Teacher could have the option of having students create their own problems and solutions in Alice using the same or similar code already embeded into the simulation they were using to practice stoichiometry problems.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .xlsx
• Alice World(s): trainTrackMethodStoichiometryLessonPlan.a2w

• Physics - 2D motion - by Bill Vincent (2008)

• Lab Safety by Justin Messier (2016)
• Description: The purpose of this world is to start the conversation about the need for lab safety in a way that livens it up and grabs the attention of the students.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World(s): labSafety.a2w

• Speed and Velocity by Justin Messier (2016)
• Description: This lesson plan uses an interactive program to show motion allowing students to differentiate between speed and velocity.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World(s): SpeedAndVelocity.a2w

• Biome by Crysty Vaughn (2016)
• Description: Explain why ecosystems can be relatively stable over hundreds or thousands of years, even though populations may fluctuate (Emphasizing availability of food, availability of shelter, number of predators and disease).
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Biome

• Food Chain by Crysty Vaughn (2016)
• Description: Explain why ecosystems can be relatively stable over hundreds or thousands of years, even though populations may fluctuate (Emphasizing availability of food, availability of shelter, number of predators and disease).
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Food Chain

• Frog Quiz by Crysty Vaughn (2016)
• Description: Explain why ecosystems can be relatively stable over hundreds or thousands of years, even though populations may fluctuate (Emphasizing availability of food, availability of shelter, number of predators and disease).
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Food Chain

• Anatomy Quiz by Wendy Wiseman (2017)
• Description: Students use Alice to learn or check understanding of material; skeleton quiz tests students on anatomy.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Skeleton Quiz

• Water Cycle by Wendy Wiseman (2017)
• Description: Students use Alice to learn or check understanding of material; water cycle world explains essential lesson concepts.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Water Cycle

• Chemistry Quiz by Adrienne Evans (2017)
• Description: Reviews charges of metal elements through Q&A interaction with a frog; will further develop the program with a CS club other groups of elements
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Froggie Quiz

• Photosynthesis by Jerolyn Brown (2017)

## Foreign Language

• Using Alice to Present in a Target Language by Cathy Musci (2016)

• Clothing La Ropa by Joyce Walker (2016)
• Description: Understand words and concepts of clothing as presented in the language via ALICE programming.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: La Ropa

• El zoologico by Joyce Walker (2016)
• Description: Interact using everyday greetings and idiomatic expressions via ALICE programming.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: El zoologico

• La Familia by Joyce Walker (2016)
• Description: Understand words and concepts of family as presented in the target language via ALICE programming..
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: La Familia

• House Farm Spanish by Megan D. Webb (2011)

• Evelyn Rivera's Introductory Alice Lesson (2015)
• Description: This lesson plan presents a short tutorial that introduces the learner to Alice by walking through the creation of a world with a bunny. Good for a first time glimpse at what Alice can do. Concepts introduced include scene set up and built-in methods.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Lesson

• Golden Ax, Silver Ax by Yoonsun Choe (2014)
• Description: The students will learn about the Korean folk tale titled, "Golden Ax, Silver Ax" and recreate it in an Alice world.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .doc
• Alice World: Golden Ax Silver Ax

• Spanish IR and Location Quiz by Cathy Musci (2016)

• Introduction to Foreign Language and Distance Learning Course by Kate Miersch (2017)
• Description: Alice world introduces students to French and establishes what to expect from the class
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: FrenchWorld

• Aventuras en Alice by Cynthia Kennedy(2014)

• French II by Esther Oyediran (2014)
• Description: These worlds are designed for French II students at a low proficiency level. The landmark world gives a review of the names of famous landmarks in Paris and then gives a quiz to the student after the review. The vocabulary world is a game that asks students to match the names of animals and food items to the object in a fixed amount of time.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Landmark World: parisLandmarks.a2w
• Vocabulary World: vocabularyMatchingGame.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: vocabularyMatchingGameEDITS.a2w

• Difference between "Ser" and "Estar" and Greetings in Spanish by Monica Chavez (2016)

## Art

### Kindergarten

• Visual Art by Michele Nelson (2008)

• Where is Caveman? by Maurice Carter, Jr. (2013)
• Description:This world uses a wide variety of Alice objects, sounds, and billboards to creatively teach students about Picasso. There is a lot of object manipulation, scene changing, and sound inclusion.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx , .pdf and .docx
• Alice World

• Rule of Thirds by Lori Kerzee (2015)
• After the teacher goes over the Rule of Thirds, students will move the camera and set dummy objects to frame a variety of shots in various scenes within the 3-D environment. Students will write methods that will move the camera from scene to scene within the environment, framing each shot to hold for 5 seconds.
• Description: Students will learn to import billboards and objects to Alice worlds. The teacher will demo a game using Rule of Thirds and ask students to create their own Alice game. The lesson also asks students to create events to move the images and to adjust the view using the Rule of Thirds. Students will program an Alice world game using methods, parameters, variables, and other concepts necessary to make the game work.

• Craig West's Art Lesson (2015)
• Description: The first Alice world is an Alice demo where multiple images of artwork are shown and a dialogue is created where each piece and its significance is expalained. The second Alice world is an Alice demo with a really nice setup for the classroom setting where the teacher outlines the general expectations of his art class.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World 1: Art Alice Lesson 1
• Alice World 2: Establishing a Visual Arts Student Community

• Dragon Demo by Maurice B. Carter Jr. (2015)
• Description: Students will create a Demo search world using Alice3. They will use events, vehicles, and basic coding.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Dragon Search

• Barry Harris Teacher Play Along World by Ken McCarthy (2015)
• Description: This lesson uses the math in music scales to teach rhythm and blues. Students will create methods for major and dominant scales and assemble the scales in a blues format so that you can practice the basics of your instrument with Alice instead of a metronome. Chromatic sound arrays with number type parameters act as root to transpose the scale to all 12 keys.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Barry Harris World

• Alice Introduces Art Safety, Art Supplies, and Animation by Bogy Patton (2017)
• Description: Introduces students to art classroom safety issues
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: ArtClassRoom

## History/Social Studies

• Habitats in Georgia by Wanda McRae-Jones (2016)
• Description: Using the Alice 2.4 software, students will choose the appropriate animals and plants that go into each of the three habitat regions (coastal, Atlantic Ocean, and the mountains). In each of the scenes create either a dialogue or monologue discussing the following: location of the habitat, general features of the habitat, 2 animals that live in the habitat and their adaptations, and 2 plants that live in the habitat and their adaptations.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .doc and .pptx
• Alice World(s): GeorgiaHabitatsLesson2.a2w

• Creating Methods for Habitat Projects by Wanda McRae-Jones (2016)
• Description: Students will create methods for animal and plant objects in each of their scenes in the Alice 2.4 software. The methods will have their animals either moving and/or saying (explaining) about their habitat, general features of the habitat, 2 animals that live in the habitat and their adaptations, and 2 plants that live in the habitat and their adaptations through either monologue or dialogue.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .doc
• Alice World(s): HabitatProductLesson3.a2w

• North Carolina State Symbols by Kellie Capps (2014)
• Description: The goal of the lesson is to have students explain the historical significance of North Carolina's state symbols. The students will start an Alice world on the state symbol using the group story board. In smaller groups, the students will research a different state symbol in add it to the Alice world.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice Word: State Symbols

• North Carolina Landforms by Sue Willis (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to research the three regions of North Carolina and present their findings using a starter Alice World. After viewing the starter world students will work in groups to research a particular region and answer various questions. They will gather their information and add it to the starter world provided by the teacher.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: NCLandforms.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: NCLandformsEDITS.a2w

• Social Story by Sue Willis (2014)
• Description: Using the provided world as an example students will recreate the stories provided that deal with social situations. Three topics are provided in the lesson: Body Space, Asking for Help and Laughing.
• Lesson Plan .pdf
• Alice World: SocialStory.a2w

• North Carolina Facts by Mary Quick
• Description: This lesson will teach students understand the location of geographical features of North Carolina. This Alice world provides students with an interactive quiz to test their understanding of the lesson.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf

• The Civil War by Debra Ludde (2012)

• Adventure Quest by Howard Weaver, III (2013)
• Description: This world is a good example of how to use Alice to teach social studies. The characters move to different places in central America and learn facts that pertain to each region. At the end of the animation, it prompts the students to create their own scenes in the world.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx

• The Continents by Shaun Walker (2008)

• Five Themes of Geography by Kristen Hensley (2008)

• The Bill of Rights by Charlene Pennington-Best (2008)

• Brazil World by Kierca J. Kimbel (2011)
• Myths by Kierca Kimbel (2012)

• North Carolina Symbols by Janice Byers (2013)
• Description:This world serves as a quiz in which students are asked about North Carolina's state symbols. The code involves if/else statements, while loops, methods, and billboards.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• NCLesson.a2w

• The Industrial Revolution by James Faulkner (2014)
• Description: This lesson plans recreates a scenario from the Industrial Revolution and how new inventions affected it.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: IndustrialRevolution.a2w

• Major Battles of the Civil War by Lance Byrd (2013)
• Description: This world serves as a review of major battles in the Civil War. It is an introduction to a project that the students will later have to complete. The code was written such that each of the five scenes in the animation has its own method. There is an extensive use of billboards and scene changes.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .doc
• Alice World

• Regions of North Carolina by Marilyn Anding (2014)
• Description: The aim of these worlds is to use Alice to present the geographic factors that influence North Carolina. It covers the human and physical characteristics of the state. There are five Alice worlds, each showing a step in learning how to use Alice. The final world explains the four regions of North Carolina using a map and presents a unique object to each region.
• Lesson Plans: .doc and .pdf
• Worlds:
• World 1 - Blank World, Initial Intro to Alice
• World 2 - Beach Chair Turns, Intro to Objects in Alice
• World 3 - NC Map, Basic Description of NC Regions
• World 4 - NC Map, Interactive Descriptions of NC Regions
• World 5 - NC Map, Completed World, Prompts Students to Add Objects
• World 5 - Edited by Duke Team

• Introduction to 8th Grade Social Studies by Sarah Freeman (2016)

• Colonizing NC by Sarah Freeman (2016)
• Description: I can explain how the different motives for colonization affected the settlers and Native Americans in NC and the US.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .doc
• Alice World: Unit2ReviewQuiz.a2w

• Setting Up a New Colony Mini Project by Sarah Freeman (2016)
• Description: Students will answer theses questions: How does the geography of a region affect the social, political, and economy of the colony being founded there? How do influences from different settlement groups affect the development of a colony?
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .doc
• Alice Worlds:

• Feudalism by Nick Montefusco (2015)
• Description: Students are taught about feudalism and then given a beginning Alice world. Students must modify the world and help a wizard object tell historically accurate information about feudalism and create an animation in Alice that explains roles and relationships in Feudalism.
• Description: Students are asked to create a game in Alice that incorporates geography, religion, and lasting achievements of their chosen civilization. Students are also asked to explore the relationship between trade routes of chosen civilization into board game mechanics.

### 11th Grade AP US History

• The Atomic Bomb by Deborah Aringe (2012)
• Colonization by Deborah Aringe (2012)

## English

### Pre-K/Kindergarten

• Fables in Alice by Bobbie Lequire (2017)

• Turtle Bay Lesson Plan by Wanda McRae-Jones (2016)
• Description: Work in small groups to evaluate how Jano San used science and technology ideas in the story and design a poster or a scene in the Alice 2.4 programming software or other multimedia presentation that explains additional ways others can help protect the coastal habitat. Scenes or poster can focus on key details and the moral or lesson of the story.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .doc and .pptx
• Alice World(s): TurtleBayHabitatLessonPlan1.a2w

• Point of View by Sikera Alston (2017)
• Description: Teaches students about narrator and point of view from watching a skit in Alice
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Point of View

• Poetry - Haiku by Rachel Rodrigues (2008)

• Figurative Language by Kellie Capps (2014)
• Description: This lesson will review the definitions of types of figurative language. The students will find examples in Katy Perry's song Roar. The students will then create an Alice world that describes one type of figurative language, and give 2-3 examples of it.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice Word: Idioms

• Study of "A Christmas Carol" by Patricia Morris
• Description: This lesson introduces students to Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Once students have read the story they will choose a visit to summarize with an Alice world, which they will then present.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: A Christmas Carol

• Worlds Fair by Patricia Morris
• Description: This lesson plan asks students to create a presentation using Alice about a country the student has chosen. The student must conduct research and then include information about food, holidays, customs, famous events, language, dress, animals, or sports in the world.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Worlds Fair Demo

• Vocabulary by Courtney Rudder (2012)

• by Andrea Payne (2008)

• by Devonne Parsons (2008)
• Lesson Plan Alice World Literary Interpretation .pdf and .doc

• The House on Mango Street World by Raina Kaller (2012)
• Seed Folks Review World by Raina Kaller (2012)
• Urban Legend Writing by Raina Kaller (2012)
• The Bully by Kim Speight (2013)
• Description: This is a reenactment of a scene from the novel called The Bully. The last half of the world consists of a quiz on bullying. If the student is able to answer all 5 questions correctly, he or she gets to see a special final scene. Otherwise, they see nothing else.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .pages
• Rubric: .pdf and .pages
• Storyboard: .pdf
• TheBully.a2w

• The Leader in Me by Chari Distler (2013)
• LP for Alice World by Crystal Simonton
• Description: Analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice Worlds: Open World and RR World

• Literary Elements Culminating Task by Drew Christopher and Vera Johnson (2016 - SC)

• Battle of the Books Game by Andra Grundman (2017)
• Description: Reviews book plot, titles and authors through Q&A interaction
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: BOB Game

• Reading with Alice by TaKwanda Lawrence (2014)
• Description: This world serves as a tool for students to study for the Elementary Battle of the Books. Students are given book titles or authors and must type in the correct author or book title.
• Description: The Five Finger Rule is a quick self-check method to see if the book is right for a student. This world shows an example of how the method is implemented.

• Elements of a Short Story by Vickie Ruff (2016)
• Description: At the beginning of class, teacher will review the elements of a short story, distribute plot diagrams and instruct students to apply the diagram to one of the 4 short stories previously read and discussed.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Elements of a Short Story

• Figurative Language by Vickie Ruff (2016)
• Description: Review the meaning and use of figurative language - metaphor, simile, personification, and hyperbole. Discuss how its usage affects the meaning of a piece of literature.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Elements of a Short Story

• Scheduling Lesson by Vickie Ruff (2016)
• Description: Daily Warm-up. Students will be given 10 minutes to evaluate and decide a series of events within a specific allotted time period.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Elements of a Short Story

• Novel into Film by Audrey Toney (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to analyze the important differences in theme between the story appearing in the written work and the story told on screen. The students will use Alice to create an animated "film" of a short story following reading, invetigations and discussions. An example is provided by the teacher.
• Lesson Plan .pdf
• Alice World: gunWithoutABang.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: gunWithoutABangEdit.a2w

• Myths, Legends, and Fables by Quincy Owens (2015)
• Description: Students will choose a fable, legend, or myth and create an Alice world to represent this. They will be required to add multiple characters that will provide narration to explain 2 literary terms (not figurative language) and a plot diagram (exposition, rising, action, climax, falling action, resolution). The character must also explain the concepts in the story when they appear.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World 1: Anansi Template
• Alice World 2: Anansi Completed World

• Tiffany Savage's Point of View Lesson (2015)
• Description: This lesson covers point of view in literature. Students will review definitions of character development, dialogue, plot, and setting. They will also review tone and mood. Then they will play an interactive Alice world that assesses their understanding of point of view.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Point of View Lesson

• Tiffany Savage's College Programs Lesson (2015)
• Description: Students will be asked to define and review admissions, SAT, ACT, and GPA. An Alice world will take students on a virtual career tour. Solar energy will be discussed, and occupations that involve solar energy will be explored. Multiple colleges with programs for these careers are presented in the Alice world.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: College Programs

• Completing a Scene in Alice by Vernee Rogers (2016)
• Description: Students will view and complete the Alice World scenario. Students will make a prediction to the next action(s) based on their inferences and the strongest textual evidence from the scene that supports their inference. Students will create a storyboard and Alice world. This lesson plan includes 3 scenarios.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World(s):

• Using Camera Functions by Nathan Dodds (2016 - SC)

• Battle of the Books Quiz by Julie Fountain (2017)

## ESL

• Describing a person/people w/ Alice Programming by Frankie Rouse (2016)
• Description: Students will need to choose a partner for this activity. Each student will draw a picture of their partner using paper, pencils, markers, etc. Later they will use their drawing to describe what they see.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Describing 2 People

• Farm Animals w/ Alice Programming by Frankie Rouse (2016)
• Description: Students will learn the English names of farm animals.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Farm Animals

• Teaching Shapes w/ Alice Programming by Frankie Rouse (2016)
• Description: Use English to name shapes. Warm-up activity-At first, students will explore hands-on learning through the use of wooden shapes. Next, play the Alice Shapes World over and over to promote and create repetition learning. The use of repetition, visuals, and hands-on activities are great ways to support and enhance the learning process for an English Language Learner.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Farm Animals

• Biomes of the Earth by F. Sawyer (2012)

• Welcome ESL Student by Susan P.Smith (2011)

## Theater

• The Stage and Stage Directions by Vivian Deason (2014)

• Theater Art Sightlines by Vivian Deason (2015)
• Description: This is an introductory demonstration to sightlines for the stage. Using camera angles, students can see how the an audience member's location effects there view of the stage. This will be used later as we move into acting, designing, and directing.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Sightlines.a2w

• Romeo and Juliet Scene Analysis by Antionett Gage (2016)
• Description: Students will analyze a scene from Romeo and Juliet, make a storyboard, and execute it.
• Lesson Plan .pdf
• Alice World: romeoAndJuliet.a2w
• Understanding Costumes by Antionett Gage (2016)
• Description: Students will learn about costume design by designing two sets.
• Lesson Plan .pdf
• Alice World: costumes.a2w
• Rewriting a Fairy Tale by Antionett Gage (2016)
• Description: Students will analyze a literary text and rewrite a fairy tale.
• Lesson Plan .pdf
• Alice World: Rapun.a2w

• Accounting 1 by Dee Campbell (2013)
• Description: This world quickly reviews some of the vocabulary involved in debits, credits, and the accounting equation. The objects billboards in the world move around to maintain the interest of the student. Methods are successfully used to simplify the coding.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Accounting1.a2w

• Creating a Commercial in Alice by Kieran B. Brown (2011)
• Career Day by Joann Blanton(2012)
• Community Service by Joann Blanton (2012)
• Credit Scores by Cathie Musial (2013)
• Description: This world seems to be the beginning of a review of credit reparts.
• Lesson Plans: none provided.
• creditReports.a2w
• Lemonade Stand by Daniels (2012)
• Fingers2Type by Daniels(2012)
• Business Careers by Daniels (2012)
• Wages Quiz by Cathie Musial (2013)
• Description: This world is a quiz on different types of wages and their related vocabularies. The quiz is implemented similarly to the simple quiz workshop tutorial.
• Lesson Plans: none provided.
• WagesQuiz.a2w

• Gaining Employment by Phyllis King (2014)

• Exploring Entrepreneurship Introduction by Adrian Bowers (2014)

• Alice teaches Marketing Product Mix by Kathleen Keller (2014)
• Personal Finance by Kathleen Keller (2014)

• Classifying Businesses by Lou Riggans (2015)
• Description: This lesson goes over the new 10 point grading scale the school will be using. In the Alice worlds, students watch a conversation between peers that reviews the connection between actual grades and A, B, C, D, or F.
• Description: This lesson covers the three types of business: service, product, and combination. After students cover this material they play an interactive Alice world that quizzes them on the different types of business.

• Alice and Career Lesson Plans for 5 Days by Wilbur Brower (2016)

• Understanding Careers in Engineering by Remi Willoughby (2016)
• Description: (A) Students will demonstrate understanding of careers in engineering by creating an Alice presentation.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World(s): Transformations.a2w

• Project Management Skills by Janie Torain (2008)

• Accounting Equation by Patricia A. Brock (2011)

• Welcome to MistaWorld by Mary Chege (2011)

• Sheriff World by Ronald James (2011)

• Class Project by Kimberly S. Mayo (2011)
• Insurance by Sharon Bilbrey (2012)

• Entrepreneurship Concepts Quiz by Phyllis Penn (2014)
• Description: This world asks students about various terms and components of entrepreneurship. The students answer the questions using text input and yes or no formats.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: Lesson2Quiz.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: Lesson2QuizEDITS.a2w

• Wages by Katherine Whittaker (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to learn about computing wages and deductions. The world has a series of questions for the students to answer that cover gross and net pay, Federal Income Tax, Rent payments and living expenses. The world demonstrates someone trying to figure out his wages and cost of living. The students are tasked at the end of the world to explain some of the expenses that are required when living on your own.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: wages.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: wagesEDITS.a2w

• Camel Visiting Friends by Katherine Whittaker (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to learn about parameters, events and sound files. Students are to recreate the camel visit world along with the teacher and practice creating methods, using math to position objects, creating parameters and importing sound. Their task is then to recreate their own Alice World using a commercial's sound file or music.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: CamelHumpDay.a2w

• Uses of Animation by Karen Kyei-Fordjour (2015)
• Description: In the first Alice world, students are introduced to the concept of animation and to Alice as a tool to create animations. Students are asked to create an Alice world to demonstrate one of the 5 uses of animation: advertising, entertainment, selling, teaching, or training. In the second world, students will create an Alice world that includes text and sound. This lesson also teaches students how to publish Alice worlds.
• Lesson Plan 1: .doc and .pdf
• Lesson Plan 2: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World 1: Animation Uses
• Alice World 2: Publishing Worlds

• Teaching Alice by Jamisha McClain-Raymond (2017)
• Description: Provides a schedule for introducing students to Alice, along with corresponding quizzes
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice Worlds: one and two

• Career Choices by Lerah Brooks (2017)
• Description: Introduces the students to a lesson on career choices
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Career Scenes

• Business Letter by Norma Taylor (2017)

## Computer Applications

• Learning to use Object Methods by Jocelyn Remington (2014)

• Internet Safety with Faux Paw by Doris Spencer (2014)
• Description: This world is based on the book "Faux Paw's Adventures on the Internet." The world is setup so the students can fill in the important information about internet safety that is given by Faux Paw after they read the book and watch the accompanying video. There is a student starter world and a completed world provided.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Student Guide .pdf and .docx
• Alice World: FauxPawStudent.a2w FauxPawComplete.a2w
• Alice Team Edits: FauxPawEDITS.a2w

• Debug It! by Doris Spencer (2014)
• Description: This world serves a way for students to practice programming in Alice. They are given a starter world and must find the errors, or bugs, in the code and allow the snowman to make a complete flip, show the igloo, make the snowwoman face the snowman and change colors twice.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Object Tutorial .pdf and .pptx
• Alice World: snowpeoplestudent.a2w snowpeoplecorrect.a2w

• Gwen Loftin's K-5 Technology Resources (2015)
• Description: This is an Alice demo that lets students and teachers know what resources are offered to students at the school.
• Description: This is another Alice demo world that takes students and teachers through the process of changing a password. The lesson places an emphasis on having using a presentation tool (Alice is an option) to create a presentation showing another teacher how to change their GCPS network password.
• Description: This is an Alice demo that presents a mini lesson on what exactly coding is to get younger students interested in coding for the future. In this lesson plan, students will create a short video that gives an overview of a topic of the student's choice.

• Coding and Alice introduction by Doris Spencer (2015)
• Description: Teacher and students will create a set of classroom rules and responsibilities. Students will know and understand the classroom rules by editing an Alice world with their input as Garfield characters with dialogue. Students will add one more object from the Garfield folder and give this object dialogue.
• Description: Students will use the Alice worlds codequiz1 and codequiz2 as a study guide for programming vocabulary.

• Princess and Knight Royal Dance at the Beach by Lynda Brooks (2014)
• Description: These are two lessons in Alice for elementary students. The first lesson begins with a explanation of Alice, and demonstration of the Alice world "Princess and Knight Royal Dance at the Beach". It ends with students creating the world "Hare Speak". The second lesson shows a demonstration of the Alice world "Butterfly and Frog". The students then will continue working on the Hare worlds, making him speak, jump, and move.
• Lesson Plans:
• Alice Worlds:

• "Do in order" or "Do together?" by Dawn Delk (2013)

• Moving Objects in Six Directions by Dawn Delk (2013)

• Which Program Do You Prefer by Josh Miller (2014)
• Description: This lesson plan introduces students to both Alice and Looking Glass, and gives a basic introduction to computer science. NOTE: One of the Alice worlds was created in Looking Glass and will need to be downloaded from the Alice website.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• Alice Worlds:

• Learning to Program by Phyllis King (2014)
• Description: Thie lesson plan covers the basics of programming and relates animation to it.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .pptx
• No example worlds were provided

• State Facts by Kit Sanders (2015)
• Description: Students will be asked to create an Alice world that displays 5 facts about a state that they have been asked to research. The lesson will go over how to change camera views and how to insert billboards.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Example State

• Methods and Parameters by Bobbie Lequire (2017)

• Digital Citizenship: Taking and Sharing Photos by Kellie Capps (2014)
• Description: The goal of the lesson is to have students understand issues related to the safe, ethical, and responsible use of information and technology resources. Throughout the lesson, the students will create a storyboard and Alice world to teach others about the guidelines we should follow when taking and sharing photos.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice Word: Photo Safety

• Charlene Stortz's Unbirthday (2015)
• Description: The first Alice world is an Alice demo for younger students that shows a pretty good scene background but also a few characters having a dialogue at a table. Sounds are also included. The objective is to have students open Alice, add objects, and create a dialogue that's at least 10 seconds long. The second Alice world is also a demo where Alice and the white rabbit also engage in a dialogue. The objective is to have students open Alice, add objects, and create a dialogue that's at least 10 seconds long.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World 1: Unbirthday
• Alice World 2: 5th Grade Alice

• Introduction to Alice for after school club by Stephen Jones (2008)

• Alice Programming by Bonnie Welch (2012)

• Home Row Race by Phyllis King (2013)
• Description: This is a typing game that allows students to practice typing the home row keys. In involves, sound, mouse-driven events, and object movement.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .doc
• homeRowRace.a2w

• Media Center Dewey Decimal Activity by Sharon Gibson (2012)

• Keyboarding Review by Holly Harrison (2012)

• Parts of the Computer by Phyllis King (2013)
• Description: This is a more complex world, and it serves to teach students about the different parts of the computer. The world involves methods, scene changes, object movement, billboards, and a simple quiz.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .doc
• partsOfTheComputer.a2w

• Space Typing by Carolyn Bates (2013)
• Description:This world begins with an illustration of a keyboard telling students where to place their fingers. Each home row key says what finger should use to type it, and then there are a few questions students can go on to when they are ready. Finally, students are then supposed to type given lines of letters and can see their results printed to the bottom of the world.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• spacetyping.a2w

• Art Galicia's Introduction to Alice
• Description: Students will create an Alice world using the basic alice programing concepts and set the story using a variety of characters and scenarios.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Intro to Alice

• Art Galicia's First Alice Assignment
• Description: Students will open a new Alice world and make objects move. Students will add objects to a new Alice World and program movements for each character added.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf

• Robotics: Programming a Robot to Move by Sheree Wilder (2016)
• Description: Students will learn the difference between a move program block and a steering/tank program block.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World(s): MoveSteering.a2w

• Flowcharts by Sascha Simkanich (2017)

• Learning to Program by Edith Delevoe (2017)
• Description: Gives students a general idea of programming by analogizing the process to cooking procedures
• Lesson Plan and Materials:
• Alice Worlds: LearningToProgram and Quiz

• Alice Programming by Jill Elberson (2008)

• 9-11 by Cynthia A. Vincent (2011)

• Computer Applications and Skills Music Video by Holly Harrison (2012)

• Photoshop Quiz by Yoonsun Choe (2014)

• Ann Cherry's Class Rules (2015)
• Description: Students will first be shown an Alice movie on Class Rules and then answer questions on Alice movie and how it will be used in the classroom.
• Lesson Plan: .doc and .pdf
• Alice World: Class Rules

• Alice Applications by Janet Blue (2015)
• Description: Students will know and understand the procedures used in the classroom by viewing an Alice World presentation and reviewing the class syllabus. The Alice world that goes with this lesson plan is a review of expectations in the classroom using dialogue.
• Description: Students will be able to understand the terms associated with formatting and editing in MS Word by playing a quiz game in an Alice World and a score will be printed at the end.

• Programming Challenges by Sherrie Adams (2015)
• Description: Students are given a starting Alice world with a setting that should prompt them to begin to create a story. Students then work for the day before switching to another computer and working on extending another students story. This is done a total of four times before the story is completed and presented.
• Description: In this lesson, students are presented with an Alice world in which they are asked to construct solutions to programming challenge that explore interactivity in the Alice environment. The Alice world given to students includes a billboard for instructions; students must make two animals face each other, walk toward each other, stop, and say "hello."

• Computer Terminology, Programs and Features by Katrina Finch (2016)

• Creating a Presentation in Alice by Karin Ghent (2016)

• Quiz on Spreadsheets by Katrina Finch (2016)
• Description: This quiz checks students' understanding of basic spreadsheets.
• Alice World: Lesson2Quiz.a2w

• Description: Students will learn the basics of Alice and create interactive stories, games, and animations using Alice. The world is a demo that is intended to interest students.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx

• Online Safety Lessons by Remi Willoughby (2016)
• Description: Students will create an Alice world demonstrating online safety lessons.
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Alice World(s): NXTQuiz.a2w

• Rube Goldburg by Bethany Bonnemere (2017)
• Description: Illustrates dominos effect through a Rube GoldBerg machine.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: RubeGoldburg

• Choices by Bethany Bonnemere (2017)
• Description: Illustrates choices and parallel paths through the story of The Three Little Pigs.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: ThreePigs

• Technology Learning with Alice by Jarod Haselbauer (2008)

• Alice Programming Introduction by Aparajita Guhathakurta (2012)
• Alice Programming Flying Plane by Aparajita Guhathakurta (2012)
• Alice Programming Create a Quiz by Aparajita Guhathakurta (2012)
• Career Decisions by Holly Harrison (2012)

• Day in the Life at Dempsey Middle School by Welch (2013)
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• High School World: .a2w

• Charlene Stortz's 8th Grade Driving (2015)
• Description: This is a demo world where there is an event created in the Alice World that allows the user to control the camera and move it using the arrow keys around the circular road placed in the world.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: 8th Grade Driving World

• Charlene Stortz's 8th Grade Dragon Flies (2015)

• Charlene Stortz's PSA Assignment (2015)
• Description: Students demonstrate knowledge of computer programming by creating a video in Alice to show appropriate digital citizenship. These PSAs should contain scene changes, billboards, dialogue, etc.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf

• Alice Applications by Cynthia Coleman (2015)
• Description: This lesson plan covers how to get students engaged with Alice by teaching students how to create objects in Alice and have them interact with one another. The world that goes along with this tutorial shows a demonstration of good computer posture using Alice characters.
• Description: This lesson plan centers around helping students gain knowledge on spreadsheets, whether it be basic spreadsheet vocabulary or spreadsheet parts and purposes. The Alice world that goes along with this lesson plan presents an Alice quiz that tests students on their knowledge of certain spreadsheet vocabulary terms.

• Swat the MOUSE Game by Cindy Ferguson and Valerie Sims (2016 - SC)

• Hardware Review by Jayne Slease (2013)

• Introduction to Alice: Moon Walk & Pea Shooter by Bianca Santos and Mario Malabunga (2013)

• Alice Skills by Yvonne Barnwell (2013)
• Description: The world shows the school cafeteria with someone explaining some of the cafeteria rules. She then instructs the student what they will have to do in this lesson (use Alice to show another area of the school and the expected behaviour there).
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .doc
• cafeteria.a2w

• Computers by Margaret Able (2013)
• Lesson Plan: .doc , .pdf
• Description: This world teaches students about the four main components of a computer (monitor, mouse, keyboard, and the system unit). While most of the lesson is imparted through say methods, fade in/out is also used effectively as a nice added touch.
• Description: This world tests the students on the most common type of keyboard and asks a few questions about the functions of non-letter keys (ex: tab key). The world uses a few events (when you click on something mostly) and also has a correct example of a quiz questions with an ask user and if/else statement involved.

• Digital Literacy by April Carpenter (2013)
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• Description: This world reviews cloud computing and some other terms associated with it. Methods are appropriately used to separate the code. Billboards and scene changes are also used to display information effectively.
• Description: This world reviews the IPOS (Input-Output-Storage) cycle using scene changes, methods, and billboards.

• Knowing the Computer by Vanessa T. Barnes (2011)

• Improving iPad Usage and Internet Safety by Kyle Mendenhall (2013)

• Programming in Alice by Eric Hilstrom (2013)

• Setting up Camera Views by Lori Fuller (2013)
• Description: This world is an extension of the camera views tutorial created by Bella, one of the undergraduate assistants. It teaches the students how to create interesting camera views by utilizing the camera's methods.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .pptx and
• CameraViewsLesson.a2w

• Under The Sea by Howard Weaver, III (2013)
• Description: This is an example world of how to creatively use lists and loops in Alice to make realistic animations.
• Lesson Plans: .pdf and .docx
• UnderTheSea.a2w

• Welcome to Alice by John Mason (2013)

• Importing Objects and Asking for User Input by Bianca Santos (2014)
• Description: There are three worlds associated with this lesson plan. In the first world, students will be able save an object in one world and import it into another. The second world goes over how to ask for user input and display that input in the world. The last world is an example world for the whole lesson plan.
• Lesson Plan .ppt and .doc
• Alice Worlds: Chicken Walking World.a2w and Getting Age.a2w and Farm Quiz.a2w

• Navigation Without Collision by Mario Malabunga (2014)
• Description: This lesson plan uses Garfield characters to improve the walking methods and also writes function to check for collisions in the world.
• Lesson Plan: .ppt
• Alice World: FindOdie.a2w

• Computer Skills and Applications by Renee Bruton (2014)
• Description: These Alice worlds are used as a way of introducing and testing class concepts. The worlds include an introduction of the teacher, a description of the home keys, and a quiz.
• Lesson Plans:
• Alice Worlds:

• Keyboard Pneumonics by Karen D. Moorefield (2014)
• Description: These worlds assist students in learning key postions on a keyboard. The first two worlds have the students move shapes that represent keys on the keyboard. When the shapes are put in the correct order they will create a pneumonic that will help students remember the rows of a keyboard. In thelast world students click on the bottom row of keys and watch as they disappear.
• Lesson Plan .pdf and .docx
• Alice worlds: AliceLesson1.a2w AliceLesson2.a2w AliceLesson3.a2w
• Edits by Alice Team: AliceLesson1EDIT.a2w

• Computer Skills by Nikki Walton (2015)
• Description: This lesson will cover exactly what is a computer, what are the parts, what the different types, what is hardware. An interactive Alice world is provided to quiz students on the different parts a computer. Students must continue guessing until they get the correct answer.
• Description: This lesson will review Internet safety facts and then focus on understanding cyber bulling. An Alice world is shown to students that defines cyber-bullying and identifies how it starts, some examples, and tips to prevent it.

• John Garren's Lesson Plan 1 (2015)
• Description: This lesson plan teaches students how to use the Alice programming environment to create a backdrop to a screen using a variety of textured shapes.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf

• Creating and Implementing Your Own Storyboard for a Cyberbullying PSA by Kinyatta Buford, Jeanna Wallace, Sheanna Fox, and Tray Nelson (2016 - SC)

• Computer Parts by Charissa Lannan (2017)

• Healthy Work Environment by Charissa Lannan (2017)

• Three Dimensionality of Alice by Jeanne Dischinger (2017)
• Description: Introduces students to the three-dimensionality of Alice
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: 3D Alice

• Font Families by Sharon Bilbrey (2012)
• Introduction to Binaries by April D. Bradley (2011)

• Alice 14-Week Homeschool Plan by April D. Bradley (2011)

• Introduction to Alice Programming by Chari Distler (2012)
• Lesson 1
• Lesson 2
• Lesson 3

• Anti-Cyberbullying Animations by Hugh Finn (2013)
• Lesson Plan: .pdf and .docx
• Additional example comic strip: .pdf
• Example world: .a2w

• Build a Robotic Arm - Engineering Design Process by Audrey Toney (2014)
• Description: This lesson's goal is for students to engage in the Engineering Design Process. The students are provided with an Alice World where they will build and operational prototype of their robotic arm. Students are to work in small groups to complete the project and solve the problem using the EDP: Identify the Prblem, brainstorm, design, create a prototype, and refine the design. Before completing this assignment students will have completed an Introduction to Alice tutorial.
• Lesson Plan .pdf
• Cost Analysis and Rubric Handout .pdf
• Alice World: buildARoboticArm.a2w

• Notability Backup by Tom Olson (2017)
• Description: Teaches students how to backup their Notability files
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: NotabilityBackup

• Introduction to Computer Programming with Alice by Kathy Cudak (2014)
• Description: This lesson plan covers a brief introduction to Alice, having students complete several projects, intended to cover the whole year. Also included is an extended version of our lists tutorial, which can be found on the main tutorial page. The Alice world is a short, entertaining video to show students what they can do with Alice.
• Lesson Plan

• Multimedia and Webpage Development by Sherry Casey (2015)
• Description: This lesson covers the basics of Alice and then asks students to create a 30 second public service announcement on littering, recycling, or bullying. Students are required to have 2 scenes, movement, at least 4 objects, 3D text or billboards.
• Description: This lesson asks students to explore Internet digital footprints. Students will create a 30 second Alice world on digital footprint. Once created, teachers will show students how to export their world as a movie and upload it to Youtube and their Google Drives.

• Understand time-based media in Multimedia Web Design by Ana Brickhouse (2016)

• Introduction to Alice Programming by Kenneth McCarthy (2014)

• Technology Care and Help by Leah Powell (2015)
• Description: This Alice world covers why teachers should request technology help and provides them with information on how to request help. It goes over how to log a ticket, which is how teachers receive technology help.
• Description: This lesson introduces some information about online classes. The Alice world visually provides information on why it's important to enroll in online courses, benefits of the courses, and the challenges of the courses.
• This lesson demonstrates various ways to be a good online learner through the use of an Alice World. The world sets up different scenarios where students are using their device (laptop) incorrectly, and then provides information on why these scenarios are bad for the device. Students are then asked to create their own Alice world with additional scenarios.

• Joyce Vogely's Alice Lesson 1 (2015)
• Description: This lesson plan helps teach students how to launch Alice, play a provided world and save a screen snip so the student can easily find it later. There is also an Alice demo that shows the basic functionality so is a good example to show to first time Alice students.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Lesson 1

• Media Technology & Image Editing Combination by Shamika Smalley & Rochelle Domingue (2016 - SC)

• Safety in the Work/Office Environment by Sarah Alma (2016 - SC)

• Program Design and Implementation by Anthony Pierce (2017)

• Opening Day by Catherine Herbert (2017)
• Description: Serves as a visual aid on first day of class to introduce to students the instructor and class rules
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Opening Day

• Care for your laptop by Leonard Parker (2017)

## Special Education Materials

• Social Story by Candace Stephens (2015)
• Description: The first world is a demo of an Alice world that will be shown to students that teaches them how to behave during a school field trip to the local Sam's club. There is a heavy use of billboards and scene changes in this world. The second world is another demo world where a character is shown to be inside the Sam's club and eating different items that are represented by billboards.
• Lesson Plan: .ppt and .pdf
• Alice World 1: Social Story
• Alice World 2: Items Purchased
• Shanita Carter's Listening and Following Instructions (2015)
• Description: This lesson plan involves an Alice Virtual world video that will be shown showing students walking down the hallway. The main points of emphasis will be on teaching proper hallway etiquette and behavior.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Following Directions

• Shanita Carter's Accepting No (2015)
• Description: This lesson plan contains plans for an Alice world video to be uploaded to Google Classroom. Students will watch this video and and engage with a virtual Alice video that demonstrates the skills of accepting no and following instructions. The world attached also contains a quiz that asks questions about the skills that the students have learned.
• Lesson Plan: .docx and .pdf
• Alice World: Accepting No

• Reading Rabbit by Fred Reed (2017)
• Description: Reviews pronunciations of English words
• Lesson Plan: .pdf

• Alice's Reading Team by Fred Reed (2017)

• Math Operations by Estella Poteat-Okafor (2017)

• Characters by Estella Poteat-Okafor (2017)
• Description: Presents various characters for character analysis
• Lesson Plan: .pdf
• Alice World: Characters

## Food Science

• Food Science by Melissa Cade (2016)
• Description: This lesson introduces and engages students in the study of guidelines for healthful food choices.
• Description: This lesson aims to stimulate entrepreneurial ideas for food products
• Description: This lesson teaches students how to to pick items out of a garden, take them into the kitchen and cook them

## Tutorials

• Write a Method and an Event to make an object jump - by Elaine Witkowski (2008)

• Humvee and Astronaut tutorial for Alice3 - by Lori Fuller (2014)