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Robot Golf

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nicholas hadfield

on 14 March 2018

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Transcript of Robot Golf

Robot Golf

Code your robot to reach the hole
How many attempts does it take?
What about when we succeed?
1.) Move to another open course
2.) Change to a new role
Idea 1
Idea 2
Connect the Devices
Get a Robot: Sphero/ Dash/ MBot/ Mindstorm
Get a Tablet: login and sync the devices
During the Attempts:
Everyone has a role at all time of the process. Make sure you are on-task and collaborating with your teammates.
Describe the idea you think is best
Create a Team Name
Design a mini-poster
Team name in large font size
Decide on
Team Roles
Pick a challege level to start
Start with success. Do something manageable to get on a 'roll'.
Stick with it until completion
It might take 20 tries until you get it, the you will gain skills along the way!
Familiarize yourself with the block coding
Actions: power, time, direction
Set back direction (for Sphero)
Pick exact starting location
Identify the Problem
How far?
How many turns?
What speed?
Which direction to go?
How many blocks will it take?
Use the Maps to Identify the Plan
Use rulers and protractors to estimate
Build the program one step at a time
Record the final location for each attempt
Start by setting the back direction on the Sphero. Look for the tail light.
build your code one black at a time.
Record the final location for each attempt.
help the coder with the distances and angles to turn.
estimate or measure distances from the map and communicate with the Coder.
The only person allowed to touch the robot.
after each attempt, check with Scribe before moving robot to ensure the information is recorded.
make sure golf course is clean and clear (pebbles make a huge difference!).
Put your completed map in the bin
move to a new hole
get a new map
Check the time
see how much time is left. do you have enough time to finish a new course?
Refer back to the pros and cons
Explain how it will help
Describe the next steps
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
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