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Verb Expansion Game. Team 3 Bryan Bloss Jeremy Comardelle Gordon Gable Gleyner Garden Sponsored By: Dr. Beth Young. Proposal. Customer requested development of a game that would help students practice use of verb phrases.

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verb expansion game
Verb Expansion Game

Team 3

Bryan Bloss

Jeremy Comardelle

Gordon Gable

Gleyner Garden

Sponsored By: Dr. Beth Young

proposal
Proposal
  • Customer requested development of a game that would help students practice use of verb phrases.
  • Game would have students match a particular verb phrase with the rule that created it
verb expansion is
Verb Expansion Is…
  • Auxiliary + Verb Combinations
  • Five Main Verb Forms
  • Equation of a Sentence
    • T (M) (have + -en) (be + -ing) MV
  • Modals
verb phrase examples
Verb Phrase Examples

Present tense:

I will fly = T + M + MV

I will have flown = T + M + have + -en + MV

I will have been flying = T + M + have + -en + be + -ing + MV

I am flying = T + be + -ing + MV

Where:

T = Tense

M = Modal (Will/Would Can/Could May/Might) tense related

MV = Modal Verb (verb also changes depending on tense)

verb phrase examples5
Verb Phrase Examples
  • Past tense:
  • I flew = T + MV
  • I would fly = T + M + MV
  • I would have flown = T + M + have + -en + MV
  • I was flying = T + be + -ing + MV

Where:

T = Tense

M = Modal (Will/Would Can/Could May/Might) tense related

MV = Modal Verb (verb also changes depending on tense)

game ideas
Game Ideas
  • Since sponsor suggested matching game where the user would have to match a verb phrase with its corresponding rule
  • A game of “Concentration” would fulfill this requirement perfectly
statement of work
Statement of Work
  • The system shall run on a standard desktop computer with the Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2000, or Microsoft Windows 98 operating systems.
  • The system shall utilize to a database of verb phrases and associated expansion rules.
  • The system shall have a user-friendly interface that minimizes entry from the user.
  • The system shall provide a score to the user.
  • The system shall have the capability to expand the database.
  • The system shall have less than 2% down time per month.
  • The system shall use a high level programming language.
  • The system shall use regular as well as irregular verbs in the game.
concept of operation
Concept of Operation
  • User logs into class website, and accesses Game intro page.
  • Java plug-in may be downloaded & installed, if necessary.
  • User reads instruction page, if necessary.
  • User begins Game by accessing page with Game Java application.
  • Game generates graphical array of "cards", face down, with the number ofcards to be determined by the difficulty level selected.
  • Each card is assigned either a verb phrase or its associated rule, sothat there is a whole number of matched pairs. This requires theapplication to generate the verb phrases from a source file of verbs andtheir usage.
  • Clock/timer begins.
  • User selects two cards at a time.
  • If there is a match, cards are colored to indicate a finished pair. Ifnot, the two cards are turned face down again.
  • Repeat steps 8-9 until all of the verb phases have matched with the correct phase equation.
software requirement specs
Software Requirement Specs.
  • Has to run over the web
  • Execution has to be client side
  • Best solution: Java Applet
internal workings
Internal Workings
  • Three main classes:
    • Concentration class
      • Gets everything started
    • DrawCard class
      • Is the actual card that is displayed
    • Controller class
      • Static
      • Methods are called an event happens, i.e. one of cards is clicked
working prototype
Working Prototype
  • http://home.cfl.rr.com/eel5881/Concentration/Concentration.HTML
testing
Testing
  • Component Testing
  • Module Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • Product Testing
  • Testers