Lessons for Inventions

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  • Dog-Washer Cleans Pets and Saves Cash - … topics you liked. Change topics and partners frequently. 3. INVENTIONS: What inventions do you need? Complete this table and talk about it … word 'invention'? c) What do you think of the new invention in the article? d) What invention would you like to see invented? e) Why do you think the Japanese are so good at inventing things? f … your partner(s) in the next lesson. 3. INVENTIONS: Make a poster about inventions. Show your work to your classmates in the …
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  • Problem? No Problem! Solving Technical ... - … an analytical approach to solving inventive problems, later becoming the foundation for TRIZ (the theory of inventive or creative problem solving). Altshuller … ideal possible. innovation an invention that has been put into practice. invention a novel device, material, or technique. inventive problem a problem which … gets worse). Description: The pathway to invention and the primary part of the definition of an inventive problem. Examples: When the strength …
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  • Astronomy: Welcome to Our Universe - … a report explaining both their comparison and their invention. Students will then present their inventions to a first grade class in our … planet. Each group will determine what standards their invention must meet, for example their invention must provide the proper temperature, atmosphere, structure … : Invention (30 points) (5 Points): I identified the need that my invention must meet. (5 Points): I identified a standard that my invention
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  • Boosting Productivity (includes BLMs Teacher Reference Page and Productivity Boosts) - … Explain the impact of this invention or development on business productivity. Give an example of an invention or a development that increased … the United States. Name the invention or development that preceded this one. Explain how the second invention or development created more productivity … with creating this technology or invention? ____ ____ ____ 4) Describe the advancement in technology or invention that you researched. ____ ____ …
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  • From Alexander Graham Bell to the Cell Phone - … students' inventions? What countries did most inventions come from? Is there any evidence of collaboration? How did each invention build upon prior inventions? Encourage students to discuss and debate which invention has had the biggest impact … write the year of their invention on the back of their papers. Whose invention was created first? Which invention is most recent? Have …
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  • Thomas Edison | Inventor and Entrepreneur - … one of Edison's many inventions. Time Allotment 20 - 40 minutes Learning Objectives Vocabulary Innovation - a new invention, process, or idea Incandescent … - feasible, doable Precursor - something that comes before another Links Phonograph Invented in 1877 by Thomas Alva Edison, the phonograph reproduced and … most famous inventions, but which of his inventions do you use most often today? 2. Edison is also credited with inventing the first …
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  • Play With A Purpose - … class periods Specific Topic: The purpose of toys Subtopic: The invention (and inventors) of construction and transportation toys Teacher background information … conclusion based on information learned about the inventors and their inventions. Materials Master copies of artifact photographs and student handouts are … resources "Fascinating Facts" about Lincoln Logs www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/lincolnlogs.htm Tootsietoy website www.tootsietoy.com Playskool website www …
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  • Inventors Project - … Sixth Description: Students, through research, will investigate an invention and the person who invented it. They will research through books and the … will begin by having a class discussion about different inventions and those who invented them. I will give a class example (cornflakes … tell us about your great invention. Who you are What you invented and how your came to inventing this item Brief family and … you are What you invented Why or how your invention is useful or helpful How did you come to invent this item Some …
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  • An Entreduction - … either an invention or an innovation. An invention is a new product created by an inventor. When you think of inventions and inventors … to help your class brainstorm a big list of inventions. Suggestions for important inventions include Steve Jobs's personal computer, Henry Ford … and Inventions at http://thehottestgadgets.com/2009/06/11-amazing-gadgets-and-inventions-by-students-and-amateurs-003068 and see some inventions that …
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  • Eureka! - … life and works of the featured inventor. www.invent.org/hall_of_fame/1_1_search.asp The Invention Dimension: This website offers an Inventor of … . http://web.mit.edu/afs/athena.mit.edu/org/i/invent/ Invent Now: Encourage our youth to become inventors themselves. Learn about … class to invent a product to solve a specific problem. www.invent.org/index.asp Young Inventors: This website highlights inventions created by …
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