Monday, May 19, 2014

Lesson Plans for the Week of 5/19/14-5/23/14

Lesson Plans for  Mr. Bish
STEM Grade 6 

Project Time: Agbotics- Project if focused on linking agriculture in the North Country and using robots to help agriculture boom in the North Country.

Monday, May 19, 2014   F- Day 

Monday Morning Meeting Protocol:
Objective for the Meeting:
- Students will learn their job placements four Agbotics project.
-Students will give feedback about the interviewing process.
- Students will listen to feedback about interviews.

Break into Departments- Students will go to assigned departments to establish, procedures, team contracts, write down Need to Know list, generate driving questions.

Afternoon Work Session: Students will write need to know list and establish driving question.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 A- Day

Objectives for Programmers-Students will...
1. ) Collaborate to write up group and partners work agreements.
2.) Learn and record the format for Mission Planning Sheets.
3.) Create a contract

Summary: Students will partner up with their partner programmer and come up with answers to questions about partner and work expectations.  Students will agree on expectations and write a final contract.
 Students also learned the expectations for mission requirements.

Afternoon Work Session:  Students break into corporations. Share what they learned within their departments and discuss how it will help their corporation.  Student will then select a crop and choose three tasks that the robot must perform.  Students will then do research to see how they can build their knowledge of Apples to assist in the presentation.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 B- Day

Objectives for lesson: Programming

Students will work in cooperative groups to write up their first mission.
Students will program their robot using the Mind Storm program.
Students will test their programs with demo robots.

Summary of Lesson: Students will watch video tutorial about programming. The students will then write a program mission report. Student will then test the robot on three missions.
Mission 1 : One movement. Robot travels from one end of the mission table to the other end.
Mission 2: Two Movements: Robot travels from one end of the table to the other end of the table, taps the wall and reverses back to the other end and taps the wall.

Students Write Up Mission Forms for each mission.