Assembly Processes Teacher Resources
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Life as we know it would not be possible without electric transformers, so there are fewer more pertinent topics for your eager young engineers. An astounding amount of background information is provided to help you develop a lecture on how transformers work, and also the instructions for building transformers in class are provided. Along the way, tips are included for keeping safety as a priority.
The materials and procedures for building a hydrophone, an underwater sound collecting device, are provided in this resource. Have high school oceanographers construct the underwater microphone to pick up sound waves. Then take them out to study the sounds of the sea.
Students explore the life of Abraham Lincoln. In this Abraham Lincoln activity, students create a Lincoln beard and hat to wear. Students view the penny and discuss why he was chosen to be pictured on the penny. Students create Lincoln bookmarks and write facts about him on their bookmark.
Find fantastic ways for young readers or special needs learners to explore the oral use of pronouns! They'll assemble an "I Can" book by choosing pictures illustrating actions and activities they are able to do. They'll take these activities, cut them, and paste them into their book. During the assembly process, they'll practice oral language skills by answering "W" questions posed by the teacher with statements beginning with "I".
Second graders explore different engineering careers. In this math lesson plan, 2nd graders create a winning cooking recipe. They role play a mock cookie sale during the culminating event.
Students study basic stained glass terminology, techniques, and safety procedures in preparation to begin a project.
Students experiment with the effects of color and light as they are exposed to the basics of working with stained glass: cutting, assembly, soldering and finishing.
Learners analyze three different types of temporary shelters and their designs for environmental factors. In this shelter design lesson, students analyze how designers address environmental problems for homeless or refugees. Learners complete image based discussions and three related projects.
Students read about the induction of the assembly line used to make Ford vehicles. In this assembly line lesson plan, students read about Henry Ford and how he assembled the assembly line to work.
Students examine how international trade affects a nation's economy. They read and analyze two handouts, research a scenario from the handout, determine the chronological order of the scenarios, and answer questions about a case study.
Twelfth graders explore the trade systems around the world. In this World Economy instructional activity, 12th graders compare and contrast different types of economies. Students interpret different graphs.
Twelfth graders build simple electromagnets and small motors using a motor kit in order to illustrate how magnetic fields are produced by a current carrying wire and how an external magnetic field produces a force on a current carrying wire.
In this online interactive English vocabulary skills worksheet, high schoolers answer 10 matching questions which require them to fill in the blanks in 10 sentences. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this assembly line activity, students complete an assembly line activity where they work individually and in a group of five to create a bookmark. Students then analyze which process was more effective and the advantages for division of labor. Students then draw a picture of a bookmark.
Students explore and practice proper glass cutting techniques.
Students read a New York Times article in order to explore issues about the celebration of Columbus Day. They, working in groups, research the legacy of exploration and colonization. They use the research to create a first person narrative.