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1 Robotics and Time Management Robotics and Automation Lesson Plan Performance Objective At the end of the lesson, students will demonstrate skills for managing a ; using timemanagement techniques to develop and maintain work schedules and meet deadlines; and developing a plan for production of an individual, by completing the tasks found on the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment and Rubric. Specific Objectives Demonstrate how to manage a. Identify important time management techniques. Develop and maintain work schedule and meet deadlines. Develop a plan for production of a. Terms Robotics- the science of technology of robots, their design, use, etc. Time management- the ability to use one's time effectively or productively, especially at work. Project- an organized undertaking. Scheduling- a plan of procedure (usually written) for a proposed objective, especially with reference to the sequence of and time allotted for each item or operation necessary to its completion; the schedule allows three weeks for this stage. Management- the people managing a business. Schedule- a timed plan for a project. Weekly schedule- indicates which employees of a business are going to work at what times, to insure that labor resources are distributed effectively. - pieces of work to be done. To-do list- a list of tasks that need to be completed and typically organized in order of priority. Time It should take approximately 45 minutes to teach the lesson and 45 minutes for one lab session. Preparation TEKS Correlations This lesson, as published, correlates to the following TEKS. Any changes/alterations to the activities may result in the elimination of any or all of the TEKS listed. 1

2 Robotics and Automation (c) o (3) The student develops skills for managing a project. The student is expected to: (a) use time-management techniques to develop and maintain work schedules and meet deadlines; and (d) develop a plan for production of an individual project. Interdisciplinary Correlations English Language Arts and Reading, English IV (b) o (13) Writing/Writing Process. Students use elements of the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing) to compose text. Students are expected to: (B) structure ideas in a sustained and persuasive way (e.g., using outlines, note taking, graphic organizers, lists) and develop drafts in timed and open-ended situations that include transitions and the rhetorical devices used to convey meaning. Occupational Correlation (O*Net Job Title: Robotics Engineer O*Net Number: Reported Job Titles: Associate Professor of Automation, Engineer, Automation Engineer, Plant Floor Automation Manager Debug robotics programs. Provide technical support for robotic systems. Review or approve designs, calculations, or cost estimates. Install, calibrate, operate, or maintain robots. Supervise technologists, technicians, or other engineers. Integrate robotics with peripherals, such as welders, controllers, or other equipment. Process or interpret signals or senor data. Investigate mechanical failures or unexpected maintenance problems. Create back-ups of robot programs or parameters. Design automated robotic systems to increase production volume to precision in high-throughput operations, such as automated ribonucleic acid (RNA) analysis or sorting, moving, or stacking production materials. Soft Skills Critical Thinking Operation Monitoring Judgment and Decision Making Reading Comprehension Quality Control Analysis 2

3 Accommodations for Learning Differences These lessons accommodate the needs of every learner. Modify the lessons to accommodate your students with learning differences by referring to the files found on the Special Populations page of this website. Preparation Have materials ready prior to the start of the lesson. Have a available for each student and be ready to assign the project to each student. Review and become familiar with the time management terminology. Have a copy of the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment and Rubric for each student. References The American Century Dictionary. (1995). New York, NY: Oxford University Press, Inc. Instructional Aids Robotics and Time Management slide presentation Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment Task List Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Rubric Introduction The purposes of this lesson are to help students understand how to manage a, to identify time management techniques, to develop and maintain work schedules and meet deadlines, and to develop a plan for production of a. Say o You will need to take notes as we go through the Robotics and Time Management slide presentation. o I will assign each student a to use when completing the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Assignment. Show o Robotics and Time Management slide presentation Say o Let s discuss the slide presentation. You will refer to the instructions in the presentation when you complete the assignment. Ask o Do you have any questions? Show 3

4 o Step-by-Step Assignment on Slides (last two slides) Outline MI I. Goals (Slide 2) II. Terms (Slides 3-5) OUTLINE III. Robotics Project (Slide 6) IV. Learn to Manage Your Time (Slide 7) V. System for Scheduling and Managing Time (Slides 8-9) VI. How Many and Hours? (Slide 10) VII. Reflection #1 (Slide 11) VIII. Create Your Weekly Schedule (Slides 12-13) IX. Reflection #2 (Slide 14) X. Commitment to Time Management (Slide 15) XI. Outline Your Robotics Project (Slide 16) XII. Benefits of Scheduling Your Robotics (Slide 17) XIII. Conclusion (Slide 18) XIV. Resources (Slide 19) NOTES TO TEACHER Show Robotics and Time Management slide presentation. Students take notes during the presentation. Teacher assigns a to each student following the slide presentation. Teacher and students discuss the slide presentation so students will understand their assignments. Slides may be used to reinforce the assignment step by step. XV. Assignment (Slides 20-21) A. Assign each student a. B. Discuss slide presentation. C. Refer to slide presentation to develop a time management plan for the project. D. Review the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment and Rubric handouts. E. Determine the tasks needed to complete the. Distribute the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment and Rubric. 4

5 MI OUTLINE F. Determine how many class periods the project will take. G. Reflect on how difficult the project is. H. Evaluate how prepared you are for completing the project. I. Record the tasks to be completed in each class period on the weekly schedule handout. J. Make a tasks to-do list. K. Prioritize tasks on the project to-do list. L. Rank the tasks from high-priority to lowpriority (top to bottom). M. Check to see if all tasks required to complete the project are listed. N. Outline the time and tasks you actually work in red on your weekly schedule handout. O. Turn in your Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment for a grade. NOTES TO TEACHER Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment Task List may be used to supplement the notes taken by the students. Multiple Intelligences Guide Existentialist Interpersonal Intrapersonal Kinesthetic/ Bodily Logical/ Mathematical Musical/Rhythmic Naturalist Verbal/Linguistic Visual/Spatial Application Guided Practice The students will take notes from the Robotics and Time Management slide presentation and the discussion following the presentation. Independent Practice The students will complete the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment and turn in to teacher for a grade. Summary 5

6 Review The students will be able to share their time management plan for their. Evaluation Informal Assessment The teacher will observe students completing their Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment. Formal Assessment The students assignments are graded using the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Rubric. Enrichment Extension The students will research 10 additional tips for time management. 6

7 Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment Task List 1. Assign each student a. 2. Discuss the slide presentation. 3. Refer to the slide presentation to develop a time management plan for the project. 4. Review the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment and Rubric handouts. 5. Determine the tasks needed to complete the. 6. Determine how many class periods the project will take. 7. Reflect on how difficult the project is. 8. Evaluate how prepared you are for completing the project. 9. Record the tasks to be completed in each class period on the weekly schedule handout. 10. Make a tasks to-do list. 11. Prioritize tasks on the project to-do list 12. Rank the tasks from high-priority to low-priority (top to bottom). 13. Check to see if all tasks required to complete the project are listed. 14. Outline the time and tasks you actually work in red on your weekly schedule handout. 15. Turn in your Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment for a grade. 7

8 Robotics and Time Management Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Assignment Directions Review the Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule below. Follow the Robotics and Time Management slide presentation instructions as presented by your teacher. Record your tasks and the time it will take to complete each task on the Robotics Project Weekly Schedule. Turn in your time management schedule to your teacher. Time Monday Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8

9 Robotics and Time Management Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Rubric Poor 5-6 points Moderate 7-8 points Mastery 9-10 points Score points Criteria Poor Moderate Mastery Score Time Management: Robotics Project Weekly Schedule Completed less than half the project standards and/or needed repetitive assistance. Completed half the project standards and/or needed some assistance. Completed the entire project standards from start to finish with little to no help. Student Focus Teacher observed that the student was not focused on completing the Time Management: Robotics Project. Teacher observed that the student was partially focused on completing the Time Management: Robotics Project. Teacher observed that the student wasn t focused on completing the Time Management: Robotics Project. Participation Student never brainstormed and/or searched for Student searched occasionally for Student searched actively for Documentation Missing two or more robotics project Missing one Completed all five Presentation Team members presented two Team members presented three Team members presented five Total Score: 9

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