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Rescue! - Day 5

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Discovery Experience 5 –  Rescue!The students will understand how robots can perform specific tasks by constructing and programming a robot to navigate a pre-designed course.


Day 5: (Running the course)

Materials Needed:

Resources
  1. "Roadmap to the Resuce" from Unit Introduction
  2. Passports (from Unit Introduction)
  3. Lego robot kit
  4. Instructions to build an EducatorBot
  5. Teamwork evaluation sheet (TR)
  6. Self evaluation sheet (TR)
  7. Resource for tutorial on how to build a Lego Robot
  8. For Maze
    • Lego kit boxes (rocks)
    • 3ft x 3ft square of black paper
    • Map that shows where robots are at


Procedure:

  1. Students turn in completed "Passport" before their group sends their robot through the obstacle course to rescue the captured robots
  2. The robots are put on the obstacle course to see if they can fulfill the requirements
    • Students will be graded on:
      • How many tasks they complete
      • The effectiveness of their code
      • Effort
  3. After all groups have had a chance to negotiate the maze, refer to the "Roadmap" and highlight the final step - Rescue
  4. Student fill out a self evaluation (TR) for the obstacle course and give themselves a grade for their robot’s performance
  5. Students and teacher celebrate reunion with robots.


Language Arts Extension

  • Write a news story about the rescue.  (see resources for the introductory lesson)
  • The robots are headed to the high school to help students understand the impact robots will have on the future.  What will your life be like 50 years from today ? Write a fictitious story about a day in your life in a future where robotics “rules”?

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Contact Info

  • Kathleen Letsky, Curriculum Specialist
  • Nathan Patia, STEM Specialist
  • Salvador Cabusi, Technology Specialist
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  • Krause Family Foundation
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Tel: 808.778.1265

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