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“Digital competences and soft skills for a better future” Co-funded by the

Erasmus+
Erasmus +KA229 2018/20 Programme of the European Union

PRIMARY SCHOOL OF KALONERI – MIKROKASTRO KOZANI GREECE


School Year: 2018-2019

Subject: Robotic

Class: 4th, 5th, 6th

Lesson duration: 90 min

Number of students: 17

Teachers: a)Gkiatas ioannis

b)Gkola Virginia

c)Prampromi Sosanna

d)Spiridis Apostolos

Title: “Robotic-Work with MioRobot”

OBJECTIVES
Students should be able to:

 define the terms robot and robotics.


 use the terms application, design, operation and construction to describe a robot.
 describe the application, operation, and design of numerous different types of robots.
 recognize the fuctions of robots and their use in our modern every day lives.
 familiarize themselves with a series of steps/instructions.
 convert an algorithm into code using a program on a computer.
 develop the ‘dialogue’ and the critical thinking.
 develop a spirit of co-operation, of belonging to a team and to co-operate well with
their fellow students.
 obtain the ability of using previous knowledge in order to conquer new one.
“Digital competences and soft skills for a better future” Co-funded by the
Erasmus+
Erasmus +KA229 2018/20 Programme of the European Union
 be familiar with specific software and to use what they already know in order to
discover, to understand and consolidate the new knowledge.

Teaching materials / methods


 Personal Computers
 Projector – Interactive board

Software used
a. Word
b. YouTube videos
c. Wikipedia
d. Google – search engines
e. Worksheets

LESSON PLAN
Step 1
What is a robot? Discussion with the pupils about what a robot is.

Step 2
What is a robot consisted of and how it gets orders. Discussion with the pupils. The
pupils ask and answer questions.

Step 3
PowerPoint presentation about the topic.

Step 4
Presentation of the robot Mio. Discussion about what it is consisted of and how it
operates.
“Digital competences and soft skills for a better future” Co-funded by the
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Step 5
The pupils are asked to make groups. Simulation of the orders a robot gets on the
computer.

Step 6
Programming the robot and control of its movements.

Step 7
Free activity where the pupils are asked to program the robot and move it to the
directions they want. Pupils demonstrate what they have learnt and are given time to
have fun and relax.

Evaluation
The use of robotic systems and the introduction of Robotics as a curriculum subject
increases the possibility of the basics of technology to children and gives them other
kind of human and organizational values. With robotics the children develop their
capabilities, are taught how to program a machine and to consider robotics as a
normal method of work rather than an exceptional way of operating. Moreover, the
students are given a different opportunity to develop their logical ability, their
creativity, features at the base of reasoning and critical thought.
“Digital competences and soft skills for a better future” Co-funded by the
Erasmus+
Erasmus +KA229 2018/20 Programme of the European Union