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Thursday, January 12

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    "Be creative, have fun, help your friends with their programming and building!"
    Objectives:
    Course Objective:
    Students will learn to build, design, and program an external device from their Tablets PC to accomplish motion tasks.
    The learning objectives for this lesson are that students will be able to:
    - build a robot
    - program a robot from a drag and drop interface on their computer
    - accomplish tasks associated with the movement and use of sensors on a robot
    - re-design a robot to meet a specified task

    I. Robotics Unit Classroom Organization:
    Needed: Digital Camera (1/Team), Photobucket Account (1/Team)
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    Force and Motion Sandbox (A Challenge from Last Year)
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Monday, November 21

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Wednesday, October 13

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Thursday, May 7

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    C. Multimedia:
    D. Difficulties Encountered/How You SOLVED the Challenge! (Paragraph):
    one of the difficulties encountered in doing the obstacle course was the original program to do it
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Wednesday, May 6

  1. page Team 23 edited ... The robot worked by putting the blocks on the template. Then, it was saved and downloaded to t…
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    The robot worked by putting the blocks on the template. Then, it was saved and downloaded to the robot. To make the robot do challenge one, four blocks were added. The first block told the robot to move 25 cm forward. The second block instructed the robot to turn 180 degrees to the left. The third block was a sound block and told the robot to say "Watch out!" The last block told the robot to back up 10 cm.
    C. Multimedia:
    Video 1.Mariah explaining first try
    Video 2. First attempt with the robot

    D. Difficulties Encountered/How You SOLVED the Challenge! (Paragraph):
    One difficulty encountered in the first challenge was the robot did a 180 degree turn to the right instead of a 180 degree turn to the left. It was fixed by moving the button on the NXT software the opposite way to make the robot turn to the left. Another error was that the robot turned to the left 180 degrees, but didn't stop in the right place. We fixed it by increasing the amount of degrees the robot turned. Overall, challenge one didn't have crucial errors.
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    Blocks were placed on the template to help the robots move and have different movements. When the robot went straight, the duration was three seconds and the power was 54. Each time the robot went straight; it was put on the same duration and power. As the robot turned left each time, the power was 48 and the duration was 180 degrees.
    C. Multimedia:
    Video 1:3: Brianna Robot
    D. Difficulties Encountered/How You SOLVED the Challenge! (Paragraph):
    Team 23 encountered various errors in this challenge, first the robot wouldn't go far enough and the turns were inaccurate. This problem was solved by increasing the power and having the durtation for a longer period of time. Another problem that was encountered was the robot made a right turn instead of a left turn. Team 23 solved this problem by modifying the steering of the robot and dragged the button to the direction that was necessary.
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    The first block was to go straight for 3 seconds. The second block told the robot to turn a little. The third block instructed the robot to turn again in the same direction. The forth block told the robot to keep going forward. The fifth block instructed the robot to say Ahhno, while the robot backed up. The sixth block told the robot to back up for about 3 seconds also.
    C. Multimedia:
    Video 2:4: Robot Testing
    Video 3:5: Gabrielle's Robot Interview
    Video 4:6: Final Robot
    D. Difficulties Encountered/How You SOLVED the Challenge! (Paragraph):
    The difficulty that was encountered occurred when the robot changed directions. Sometimes, the robot turned too much, but then it turned too little. Hence, a balance could not be found. The challenge was solved by reating two turns in the same direction. The first turn was almost 90 degrees. Then, the second turn was a little bit over 90 degrees and the perfect turn was made.
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