Some prior knowledge of simple grid maps.
Watch read or otherwise engage with the story “The Wizard of Oz”. Using the Ozobot, pens and paper, have students investigate through impromptu experiments with the colour language of the Ozobot.
Students can work individually or collaboratively with one or more Ozobots.
Limited, low or no vision:
This task can be modified those with colour-blindness or limited, low, or no vision. You can use physical blocks, buildings, figures, or models in place of drawings. Next, to allow the student to feel the Ozobot move along the paper, you can tape a feather, fake hair, or a cardboard shape to the top of the bot; something that the student can touch that will not affect the movement of the robot. See the lesson Ozobot and Colour Codes for additional suggestions.
Students critique their performance based on efficiency and entertainment value.
Students demonstrate to small groups during the development stage offering positive criticism regarding possible improvements.
Students share each other’s tasks and maps.
Students may perform to the whole class. Possibly, students create a video event to share with others at a later date.
Students critique their results about what was good, bad and can be improved upon.