This is a complete lesson for teachers who may be new to LEGO Robotics or just want simple lesson plans to help their students learn the basics of LEGO MindStorms programming. This lesson plan contains a mini lesson that explains all about the Steering Block, a PowerPoint Presentation for teachers to show their students, warm-ups to start the class with, and a worksheet for students to complete, Additionally, it contains a Challenge Lesson that allows students to apply what they have just learned along with a Rubric for how to grade the Challenge Mission. In the PowerPoint, students learn how to make their first program as well as how the Steering Block works. This is the second partially editable Slide Presentation Mission in the series.
Included in this packet:
PowerPoint to show students. All content explained. (pptx and pdf)
Tips included in the PowerPoint
Guided Teacher Lesson Plan with a pacing guide suggestion.
3 warm-up for the students.
2 student worksheets
1 written Final assessment
1 Project Based Learning Assessment
Students will learn:
How to use Trial and Error to find the distance.
How to use PortView to find the distance.
How to Create a Project Folder and Save Programs in the Project Folder.