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History is the Key - Day 5

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Discovery Experience 4 –  History is the KeyThe students will demonstrate an understanding the history of robotics from its beginning to today by exploring resources and creating a classroom timeline of the history of robotics.


Day 5 (Quiz on History of Robotics)

Resources

Materials:

  1. Study Guides (student made)
  2. Robotics History Test


Procedure:

  1. Break class into study groups
  2. Review study guide material in groups (about half the period)
  3. Administer Rbotics History Test  - independent work
  4. Grade test and check off "Passport" from Unit Introduction

Evaluation:
Robotics History Quiz


Language Arts Extensions

  1. Note taking Skills/Determining Importance in Text.  The site below has some excellent information on note taking and determining importance in text.  When you get to the site, click on the “Determining Importance Handout"
  2. There is also a note taking form and some good staff development PPT presentations on determining importance in text in the TR section of this unit.
  3. Write a class informational book about the history of robotics


Technology/Language Arts Extension
Design an interactive timeline or Jeopardy type game on the history of robotics

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