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Science - 4th

Exploring the World of Robotics

In this project, students will learn about the basics of robotics and how they can be used to solve real-world problems. The learning outcomes for this project include:

  • Understanding the basic principles of robotics
  • Learning how to program a robot
  • Developing problem-solving skills
  • Working collaboratively with peers

Methodology

Students will be divided into groups of four and will be given a robotics kit to work with. They will be guided through the process of building and programming a robot using a step-by-step guide. Once the robot is built, students will work together to program it to complete a specific task, such as navigating a maze or picking up objects.

Resources/Materials Required

  • Robotics kits
  • Step-by-step guide
  • Computers for programming
  • Various objects for the robot to interact with

Instructions

1. Divide students into groups of four and distribute the robotics kits.
2. Guide students through the process of building the robot using the step-by-step guide.
3. Once the robot is built, have students work together to program it to complete a specific task.
4. Encourage students to experiment with different programming techniques to improve the robot's performance.
5. Have students present their robots and demonstrate their capabilities to the class.

Activities

1. Building the robot
2. Programming the robot
3. Testing the robot's capabilities
4. Presenting the robot to the class

Assessment

Assessment will be based on the following criteria:

  • Completion of the robot
  • Accuracy of the programming
  • Ability to solve problems and work collaboratively
  • Quality of the presentation

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