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EYE Catching the Wind: Designing Windmills

Meeting 1: Overview

Engaging activity: Tower building

Preparation: What is an engineer? What is technology?

Activity: Technology in a Bag

Pretest

Housekeeping: roll, messages (if any), snack. Permission forms for BEST.

Notes:


BEST Robotics competition: 10/29, Mitchell Center,



Meeting 2: Lesson 1 Leif Catches the Wind

Preparation: Copy worksheets: p.1-3B, 1-6A or B

Activity: Read and discuss story using the PowerPoint to p. 19

Vocabulary: use word biz or drag and drop features on Smart board Notes:

Fillers: How stuff works videos or other videos that relate

Notes:




Meeting 3: finish Lesson 1

Activity: Finish reading story

Discuss Engineering Design Process (EDP) using p. 1-6

Review vocabulary

Fillers: Mechanical toys on display

Notes:




Meeting 4: Lesson 2 Who are Mechanical Engineers?

Preparation: Copy p. 2-1, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4

Guiding Question: How do mechanical engineers observe and think about machines?

Introduction: Review charts from Meeting 1. Introduction p. 56-58

Activity: Assign groups/pairs to “centers” to visit each item

Machine Charades, p. 63.

Notes:




Meeting 5: Lesson 3, Part 1 Testing Sail Designs

Preparation: Copy p. 3-3, 3-4, 3-5.

Charts: Guiding question, Materials and Their Properties p.71, Sail Design and Performance p. 82.

Build raft (watch the how-to video on the MOS website).

Materials Bags : directions on p. 71 #14.

Guiding Question: What properties of a sail affect how well it catches the wind?

Intro: p. 72

Activity: p. 74-75 Explore the materials

Review vocab/EDP

Notes:




Meeting 6: Lesson 3, Part 2

Introduction: Review Guiding Question, Materials and Properties charts

Activity: Build and test sails

Notes:




Meeting 7: Lesson 4 Designing a Windmill

Preparation: Guiding Question: How can we use what we know about materials and their properties, our creativity, and the Engineering Design Process to design windmill blades that catch the wind?

Sample windmill

Introduction: use p. 93-95

Activity: use p. 96-97

If time, go on to Part 2 because the post tests take time on the last day.

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Meeting 8: Lesson 4

Introduction: p. 100

Activity: p. 101-106 Remember to have students record their results with each test.

Posttests

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