Lessons for Inventions

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  • Imagine That - … - Background information concerning the impact of the invention/discovery is provided for teacher reference.) -Invention Mobiles (See Attached Files), one copy of … Plan). Journal entries should identify a technology invention and state an authentic way that invention has impacted daily life. Extensions 1. Click … of Invention Web supplement for Imagine That Scientific Inventions 1900-1990 Web supplement for Imagine That Scavenger Hunt for Inventors and Inventions Web …
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  • Doing Things the 'Wright' Way - … . Create illustrated timelines of the evolution of 20th century inventions; express why their inventions play a significant role in the 20th century … research. No two students should select the same invention. Students then research their inventions, focusing on dates marking significant changes in the … Questions for Discussion: - How do people get ideas for inventions? - How do inventions reflect the time and place in which they are …
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  • Inventing the Future - … current inventions and brainstorm criteria for a good invention. Each student, or group of students then researches the development of one invention or … show some examples of useless inventions that have been created. Ask students to locate the worst invention they can find by conducting … invention have that will make it a good invention? This will be the criteria that will guide them in creating their new invention
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  • Give Credit Where It's Due - … other students. Read aloud the list of inventions, the inventors and dates of the inventions, having students check the worksheet of other … inventions in chronological order to see where there are concentrations of inventions. A timeline will help you see where the concentration of inventions … ? ____ 2) Who invented the machine? Why did they invent the machine? ____ 3) When and where was it invented? ____ NTTI Fall …
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  • Students willl use the online catalog to locate print resources on an invention. Students will research their topic and write a report to include information concerning the five W's (Who, What, Where, When and Why), then work together to discuss each inve - … short oral report about an invention. -identify methods of and inspirations for inventing. -use a timeline to order inventions chronologically. MOTIVATIONAL OBJECTIVES: The … with students about what an invention is. Present the definition of the word 'invention' from page six of 'Invention' (Eyewitness Books) by Lionel … 's and the timeline segment for their invention. The teacher collects Invention Research Instructions and Invention Research Sources sheets. Students place timeline segments …
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  • In this lesson, students will interview someone they know (relative, teacher, neighbor) about an invention. The interviewee wiil select an invention that had an impact on his/her life and will reveal how life changed as a result of the new technology. Nex - … they know (relative, teacher, neighbor) about an invention. The interviewee wiil select an invention that had an impact on his/her life … invention/innovation to generate interest in searching and satisfying curiosity about invention/innovation. 3.The importance of technology and the impact of inventions … inquiry) 1.What year was the television invented? 2.What year was the computer invented? The students will answer the two questions …
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  • Chinese Inventions - … the important inventions of Ancient China? (2) How do these ancient inventions influence our lives today? (3) What makes in invention important? Rationale … the "agency" is expected to be an expert on the invention. Possible inventions are -Gunpowder -Paper -Compass -Printing -Porcelain -Silk The Requirements … of one of the Ancient Chinese inventions. You must explain which of the remaining 5 inventions is most important to our lives …
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  • A History Day Program: Inventors and Inventions of Types of Communications and Other Important Inventions - … organization Entrepreneur – one who organizes a business undertaking Invention – something invented Inventor – someone who invents Manufacture – the making of goods Modify – to change … . Entrepreneur – one who organizes a business undertaking 10. Invention – something invented 11. Inventor – someone who invents 12. Manufacture – the making of goods 13 … there was an invention to ____ ____ 4. The dumbest invention I ever saw was ____ ____ 5. The coolest invention I ever …
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  • The Power Of One - … that many inventions arise from one invention. STANDARDS National Standards: http://www.mcrel.org/compendium/browse.asp • • • Knows that new inventions often lead to other new inventions and ways of doing things Knows that new inventions reflect people’s needs …
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  • Inventing Inventions (includes BLM Inventing Inventions) - … PM Page 35 3.1.7 Inventing Inventions Purpose Students will recognize that and explain how an invention can be used in different … father of invention.” Write some of the different uses for these inventions. List three other inventions. Tell about their different uses. Invention Uses Paper … Page 38 Inventing Inventions Teacher Directions Read the story of Stanley Mason aloud to the class. Distribute copies of the BLM Inventing Inventions to …
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