Lessons for Inventions

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  • How Inventions Build Upon Each Other - … 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 … do students think so many technology inventions have been made in recent years? What inventions might be created in the next ten …
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  • Wright Brothers and George Washington Carver - … explain what the Wright Brothers and George Washington Carver invented, and how these inventions change the way people lived. * T will ask … will your invention make life easier for people? How much will your invention cost, and why is it necessary to invent? Pick one … students will have to critically think about how their invention connects with the inventions designed by Edison, Graham Bell, Wright, and Carver …
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  • African-American Scientists and Inventors - … an activity involving the preparation of invention brochures. In this assignment each student selects one invention and explains how it works. This … an activity involving the preparation of invention brochures. In this assignment each student selects one invention and explains how it works. This … an activity involving the preparation of invention brochures. In this assignment each student selects one invention and explains how it works. This …
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  • African American Inventors - … organizer about the inventors and the inventions. After the activity, each student will choose one invention, write a paragraph about how life … . Match the inventor with an invention 3. Identify a use for the invention 4. Identify the impact of invention today Time: Two 30 … Lemelson-MIT Prize Program: Norbert Rillieux http://web.mit.edu/invent/www/inventorsR-Z/rillieeeux The Lemelson-MIT Prize Program: Granville …
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  • ECONnections: Lesson 4: Widget Production: Producing More, Using Less: Teachers' Version - … . a. What did your inventor invent? b. What problem did this invention solve? c. How did this invention increase productivity? d. What was … . Help students see that sometimes inventions never become marketable products. To learn about one of these inventions, The Self-Waiting Table, direct … . Allow time for students to share their inventions and present their reports. Extensions Rube Goldberg Inventions 1. Tell students that Rube Goldberg …
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  • Capital Chips (Part 3) - … the web again--searching for inventors and inventions. Their mission is to find an invention they would like to learn more about … ://inventors.about.com/library/blindex.htm 20th Century Inventions 1900 - 1999: A list of inventions created in the 20th century in chronological … of the innovation they selected and label it [name of invention, date invented, and inventor (if known)] on a plain piece of …
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  • Puffed Wheat - … that the inventor did indeed make the invention and that the descriptions of the invention provided by the creator are accurate and … part of your curriculum. Possible Themes: Invention and Business Food and Science Theme One: Invention and Business Objective: The student will be … success. Have students describe and present information about the original invention and show how they improved it. Take a field trip …
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  • Be Inventive! - … for display in the Visitor's Invention Gallery. Learning Objectives: Experience the process of designing an invention to meet a challenge. Select … possible solutions, build prototypes, and create finished blueprints for their inventions. Day 1 Procedure: 1. Present the list of design challenges … their insights about working in groups, inventing, and solving problems. Day 3 Day 3 Materials: Inventions original sketches all updated Materials Requisition …
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  • Mission Possible - … the devices in two columns, one titled "New Inventions" and another titled "Existing Inventions." Then discuss the following: Which of the new … initial journal response, participation in class discussion, participation in group "inventions" and annotated blueprints, and thoughtful individual completion of movie script excerpts that introduce their groups' inventions and how they work. Vocabulary: masquerade, urbane, arsenal, fusion, futurists …
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  • Inventive Lives - … : (http://www.invent.org/hall_of_fame/1_0_0_hall_of_fame.asp). GUIDING QUESTIONS -What is the assigned invention and how was it invented? -What inspired the invention? What motivated the inventor to work on it? -How successful is the invention … one of the inventions researched in class (or another invention) and create a diagram or model that shows how the invention works. 4 …
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