Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will introduce another approach to online working; reusing and modifying work done by someone else. We would advise you to complete this lesson on a desktop device as you need to download and interact with additional files as part of the learning. These can be downloaded from the last slide of the worksheet. You should always ask your parent or carer for permission before downloading files from the internet.


This content is made available by Oak National Academy Limited and its partners and licensed under Oak’s terms & conditions (Collection 1), except where otherwise stated.


3 Questions

Which of these statements describes online collaboration?
Correct answer: Many people working together on a shared project.
One person working on a project and then sending it on to another to complete.
One person working on their own project.
What should a person do when commenting on someone else's work? (Tick 3 boxes)
Correct answer: Be kind.
Make changes, without suggesting.
Correct answer: Say what you like about their work.
Correct answer: Suggest how their work could be even better.
Tell them what they have done wrong.
Pick three benefits of online collaborative working.
Correct answer: Multiple people working together at the same time.
People are all in the same room.
Correct answer: You can be anywhere (as long as you are online).
Correct answer: You can see everyone's comments and suggestions.
You have to take turns when making changes.

3 Questions

Which of these is a publicly shared project?
A presentation shared with a select group of people
An offline Scratch project
Correct answer: An online Scratch project
If you remix a Scratch project do you have to credit the original creator?
Correct answer: No, but it is polite to do so
No, never
Yes, always
It is always OK to share someone else's work...
Correct answer: False