DANCING RObOT MASTERS

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De and program a robot that performs a cultural dance, tells a story through dance, or dances in pairs or groups. Introduction This Maker lesson includes a whole range of possible Dancing Robot des and performances. Students can explore a cultural dance, tell a story through dance, dance in pairs or groups, or even plan a dance party where WeDo 2. Preparation Ensure that each student has a copy of the Student Worksheet for recording their de process.

Discussion Hand out the Student Worksheets and allow the students to interpret the lesson themselves, or read the Maker Connect text aloud to set the scene. Once they have decided upon a problem to solve, ensure that they record this in some way. They can use the worksheet to help structure their project documentation or use their own preferred method to record their de journey.

Students should initially work independently or in pairs, spending a few minutes to generate as many ideas as they can to solve the problem. The goal of tinkering is to explore as many solutions as possible. You can use the tinkering examples at the end of these materials for inspiration, or as a means for getting started. Students can now take turns sharing their ideas within their groups.

Once all of the ideas have been shared, each group should select the best idea s to make. Be prepared to help facilitate this process, ensuring that the students choose an idea that is possible to make. Encourage diversity, not all groups have to make the same thing.

Students should record up to three de criteria on their worksheets. They will refer to this again as they review and revise their solutions. Reinforce that students do not have to come up with the whole solution from the start.

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During the making process, remind students to test and analyze their idea as they go, making improvements where necessary. If you want students to submit their documentation at the end of the lesson, ensure that they use sketches and photos of their models to record their de journey during the making stage of the lesson. Students can explore the Model Library to find inspiration for the different types of dances they can do. By asking questions e. That walks? Students will test and evaluate their des against the de criteria they recorded before they started making their solutions.

They can record notes on their Student Worksheets. Allow time for each student or student group to present what they have made to the class. A good way to do this is to set out a table large enough to display all of the models. If time is short, pair off the groups and have them present to each other.

After completing this lesson, students will have: Defined a clear de need Developed their ability to iterate and improve de solutions Developed their problem-solving and communication skills Used and understood the de process. Optional Use craft materials that you already have in your classroom to add another dimension to this lesson. Some materials could be: Plastic or paper cups Cardboard boxes Egg cartons Fabric or felt Foam, pom-poms, or be Pipe cleaners.

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C, ETS Download to view and share the student worksheet. Find a Problem 3. Brainstorm 4. Choose the Best Idea 5. Evaluate What You Have Made 7. Present Your Model 8. Assessment 9. Tidy Up. WeDo 2.

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CLOCK min. Brainstorm Students should initially work independently or in pairs, spending a few minutes to generate as many ideas as they can to solve the problem. Choose the Best Idea Students should record up to three de criteria on their worksheets.

Tinkering Examples Some students may need a little inspiration and scaffolding to help them get started. Evaluate What You Have Made Students will test and evaluate their des against the de criteria they recorded before they started making their solutions. Present Your Model Allow time for each student or student group to present what they have made to the class.

Student Material Student Worksheet Download to view and share the student worksheet. Download pdf. Share with: Google Classroom.

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