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Какой язык основной English
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Creerate learing scenario for STEM lesson about robots
Sure, here's a learning scenario for a STEM lesson about robots:
Title: Building and Programming Robots
Grade level: 7th-8th grade
Subject(s): Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM)
Duration: 2 weeks
Overview
  • Students will learn how to design and build their own robot using the VEX Robotics platform. They will also learn basic programming concepts using RobotC software to control their robot's movements. The students will work in small groups to complete this project.

Learning objectives:

  • Students will be able to identify different parts of a robot.
  • Students will understand how sensors are used in robotics.
  • Students will be able to program robotic movements using RobotC software.
  • Students will gain experience working in teams.
Materials needed
  • VEX Robotics kits
  • Computers with RobotC software installed
  • Sensors (light sensor, touch sensor, ultrasonic sensor)
  • Miscellaneous building materials (screws, nuts, etc.)
Procedure
  1. Week 1:
    1. Day 1 - Introduction to robotics; discuss types of robots and their uses
    2. Day 2 - Demonstration of VEX Robotics kits; instructions on assembling the base kit
    3. Day 3 - Assembly day for students; focus on building the drive train and wheels
    4. Day 4 - Discussion on sensors; demonstration of light and touch sensors
    5. Day 5 - Sensor assembly day for students
    6. Weekend homework assignment: Research different types of robots used in industry or daily life.
  1. Week 2:
    1. Day 6 - Class discussion about research findings from weekend homework assignment Day7 – Programing basics introduction
    2. Days8-9 – Basic programming exercises focused on movement control based on given specification
    3. Days10-11– Advanced programming exercises where student have freedom designing specific behavior
    4. Day12 – Final testing phase
    5. Day13-Final presentation
Assessment methods
  • Individual written reflection essay at the end of the project
  • Group presentation and demonstration of their robot's abilities
  • Peer evaluations on teamwork and participation
Mermaid diagram for this scenario using Mermaid Mediawiki extension