Lessons for Inventions

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  • Scientists at Work: What'Ll They Think of Next? - … during the development of an invention. * identify earlier inventions and discoveries that laid the groundwork for later inventions. * describe the role of any … the invention developed? What problem did the invention solve or need did it satisfy? For whom was the invention developed? * How was the inventioninventions, discoveries, scientists, and other researchers that produced your invention. 3. Present your invention's family tree to the class. Describe how the invention
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  • Technology: Past, Present, and... - … bulb History of Inventions student E-Sheet Learning About Inventions: Facts student sheet Learning About Inventions: Facts teacher sheet History of Inventions student sheet … their History of Inventions student E-Sheet, which they should use to explore an invention timeline on The History of Inventions, which highlights … read about and take notes about these early inventions on their History of Inventions student sheet. To gauge their understanding, ask them …
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  • Inventions 1: Edison and the Light... - … ? Next, give students a basic explanation of technology and inventions, discussing how inventions like the pencil, watch, light bulb, and telephone were … people have to think about when they try to invent something? Are all inventions successful? Why or why not? Time to Draw … inventions: Inventions 2: The Impact. Students can learn more about inventors and inventions by exploring the Inventor of the Week Archives from The Invention
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  • Inventions 2: The Impact - … a two-part series on technology and inventions. Students are introduced to the world of inventions and how their ongoing development continues … an invention. They examine a number of other revolutionary American inventions and are encouraged to evaluate the effects of their own invention ideas … support their views.) Development The History of Invention Direct students' attention to The History of Invention, a resource in a timeline format …
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  • iPods, Wagon Wheels & Lightbulbs: How Inventions Change Our World - … of the way the invention was created. Description of the way the invention works. Description of what makes the invention important in people … following questions: * * * * * How do inventions change society? How do inventions change the way we communicate? How do inventions change the way we spend … women? How do inventions impact the way children spend their free time? * * How do inventions change schools? How do inventions impact the role …
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  • Future Flights! - … idea. Describe the invention design process. List some important inventions and inventors in history. Describe how engineers use the invention process. Introduction/Motivation … on making new or improved designs that are basically new inventions. The invention process involves brainstorming, adapting, synthesizing, modifying and of course … invention, At least one drawing of their invention (more drawings can be added as they improve their invention), A business plan for their invention
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  • Products to Solve Problems - … constraints exist whenever products are designed. They will investigate historical inventions, and inventions that are present in their homes and neighborhoods, to … work. Students should be able to identify 10 inventions. For the final questions about inventions, students need to read the descriptions, determine … . In class, have students share and discuss the inventions found for the Invention Scavenger Hunt. 4. Use the following procedures to help …
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  • Inventions - … the speculations. 2 Inventions Grade Two 3. Pick an invention used today that was inspired by one of Edison's inventions (e.g … questions: What is the invention or convenience used today? Who invented it? When was it invented? What was the invention from the past that it's based on? How did the invention improve … event, the class will make a past/present invention mural, with pictures of the inventions they studied. Use large pieces of white …
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  • Ohio Inventors - … what did he/she invent? How did the invention(s) change the lives of people? How did the invention(s) contribute to the … Ohio Inventors Gathering Grid Inventor and Invention Background Information How the Invention Changed Lives How the Invention Contributed to Growth of the U … missing information regarding an invention. Inventor Information Invention Information Some information regarding an invention is included. Importance (How the invention changed lives and contributed …
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  • Who Did It - … http://web.mit.edu/Invent/i-archive.html The Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation http://invention.smithsonian.org/home … for the information given Contains name of invention and two interesting facts about the invention Correctly credits most of the facts for … Notes about Inventors Name: Inventor I: Inventor II: Invention(s) I: 1. 1. Invention(s) II: Source: 2. Source: 2. Source: 3 …
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