Lego Challenge

 

Programing

EV3 teachers guide Lego

ev3_user_guide


TRASH-TREK-Challenge

Lego Trash Challenge

Let’s Begin Lego.

Lego Programming Lesson-plan

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Moving Straight
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Turning

Ultrasonic

Support

Rules

https://youtu.be/bxhYokaeaqI

Must watch

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Basic Functions

https://youtu.be/cMG2LHQzerA

How “Dog Gears” Can Score You More Points in FLL!

https://youtu.be/NZbt3tnySyI

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – LEGO Wheels

https://youtu.be/jqA-TZX1BQ0

First Lego League 2015 Trash Trek Missions

https://youtu.be/d48nBxErJjI

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Layouts of Electronics

https://youtu.be/dwnPlRAt4rA

Line Squaring an FLL Robot W/ Color Sensors (Part 1 of 3)

https://youtu.be/82EaySXvta0

Avoid Mistakes When Wiring Your FLL Robot! – 4 Important Tips

https://youtu.be/zfiaYMWt2IA

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Motion Transformation (Gears)

https://youtu.be/7nTkU7ccKbY

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Sensor Placement

https://youtu.be/dB0IMHy5ESI

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Quick Changing Attachments

https://youtu.be/kKpVxYlMxuA

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – LEGO Attachment to Motors

https://youtu.be/qWHlsD4Bu5o

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Motors and Sensors

https://youtu.be/1H5e8Vchh_w

Key POINT

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – LEGO Direction Changing Pieces

https://youtu.be/CP21MKHh_k8

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – LEGO Beams and Axles

https://youtu.be/qi62OKrvaWc

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Layouts of Electronics

https://youtu.be/dwnPlRAt4rA

FLL 2015 Trash Trek – EV3 Turn Table Showcase

https://youtu.be/nAzUabWHnzE

FLL Trash Trek – Compost model question

https://youtu.be/d48nBxErJjI

 

Video

● Explore the Cycle — Animation explains the basics of the recycling process from leaving your home to becoming

new products.

https://livegreen.recyclebank.com/the-cycle

● Toss It, Baby — For a little fun, here is one company’s music video about single-stream recycling. Watch for some of the

machinery used to sort recyclables.

● Where Does Our Garbage Go? — Video shows how some communities in Utah, United States manage all different

kinds of trash.

Websites and Articles

● Food waste — This radio story may give you some “food for thought” as you think about food waste.

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/sustainability/food-waste-provides-fertile-ground-tech-innovators

● Garbage facts — Idaho Public Television provides a simple fact page about what garbage is and where it may go.

http://idahoptv.org/sciencetrek/topics/garbage/facts.cfm

● Kids Go Green — Caerphilly County Borough Council in Whales, United Kingdom wants local kids to “go green.” They

provide a website with lots of information about recycling and other trash options.

http://your.caerphilly.gov.uk/kidsgogreen/

● Look local — Your city, town, or county may have a Sanitation Department website. These sites usually tell residents

how trash pickup works, what items you can recycle locally, and how to dispose of special types of waste. Here are

some examples, but you can probably use a search engine to find a website for your local area.

• Austin, TX: http://www.austintexas.gov/resident/trash-and-recycling

• Chicago, IL: http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/streets/provdrs/streets_san.html

• Portland, OR: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/41461

• Toronto, ON: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/

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● Recycle City — Visit Recycle City to learn new ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle from residents of this cartoon town.

http://www.epa.gov/recyclecity

● Trash Anthropologist — In “What I discovered in New York City Trash,” Robin Nagle talks about her interest in trash

and the people who clean it up.

● 365 Days of Trash — Sustainable Dave’s blog about trying to produce no trash for a year. Dave provides tons of

suggestions to reduce trash at home.

http://365daysoftrash.blogspot.com/

 

 

Biodegradable- Able to be broken down easily by bacteria and other organisms into basic materials which do

not harm the environment.

Composting- A process where food and plant waste (like a banana peel, food scraps, or dry leaves) breaks

down. The composted food becomes fertilizer you can use to help plants grow.

Dispose of- To dispose of something means to get rid of it or send it someplace else.

Fertilizer -Food for plants that helps them grow bigger and stronger.

Hazardous waste- Specific types of trash that may cause special harm to people or the environment, so they cannot be sent to a regular landfill. These include items like paint, chemicals used for cleaning, and sometypes of light bulbs. Hazardous waste must go to a special site.

Incentive- An offer or reward that motivates people to take a specific action. Incentives such as discountsare often used to encourage people to recycle or reduce waste.

Incinerator- A machine that burns trash. Incinerators often burn trash to create energy to power homesor businesses.

Landfill- A place where lots of trash is stored. Most landfills start with a hole in the ground which is coveredwith a protective lining, then with layers of trash, soil, and other materials.

Leachate- Liquid that passes through a landfill and now contains particles or substances from the landfill.

Leachate- may be caused by rain water entering the landfill from above or liquids inside the trash.

Material Recovery- An MRF is a recycling facility where recyclable materials are sorted and prepared. The sorted

Facility- (MRF) recyclables are usually sold to another company that makes them into something new. MRF isoften pronounced “murf.”

Municipal- Solid Name for normal trash produced in homes and businesses.

Waste (MSW)

Post-consumer waste – A finished product that has been used for its intended purpose and is either disposed of or recycled. This is different from post-industrial waste, which is trash created during a

manufacturing, building, or other business process.

Recyclables- Materials that can be broken down and made into something new, such as bottles, cans,

paper, and cardboard.

Recycle- To process an item so it can be used to create something new. This usually involves cleaning,

chopping or breaking down, and then melting or mashing.

Sanitation- Keeping clean and healthy living conditions by disposing of trash and sewage away from the

places people live.