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Arduino Nano Model

6-7 yrs old

8-10 yrs old

11-13 yrs old

14-18 yrs old

18+ yrs old

Computer Science

Science

Technology

The Arduino Nano is a small, complete, and breadboard-friendly board based on the ATmega328. I prepared this Arduino Uno's Minecraft Model.

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avatar Submitted By: Kemal IKIZOGLU

July 2, 2020

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Skills

  • Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking
  • Project Based Learning

Supporting Files

Arduino Nano World


World file for student use

Learning Objectives

  • Students will discover Arduino Nano board. Students will understand Arduino Pins. Students will understand how to use portfolio. Students will understand how to use camera.

Guiding Ideas

Before you start:

• Students need to know about Arduino Nano.

• Setting the world as Survival mode

• World should be set as unchangeable

In Game:

• Students' inventory should be cleared.

• Students should take a portfolio and Camera from NPC.

 

Student Activities

There are border blocks in the areas where the fences are surrounded. Students will not be able to get out of the fence. Students start the game in front of colorful carpets. They read the information boards on the left. Students go up the stairs and follow the instructions. Green carpet is followed. Students start taking photos of the units they learned. The red carpet will start where the green carpet ends. Then they follow the red carpet.

There is an NPC after the boards. Camera and portfolio should be taken from here. Students go up the stairs and follow the instructions. Green carpet is followed. Students start taking photos of the units they learned. The red carpet will start where the green carpet ends. Then they follow the red carpet.

During the tour, students examine Arduino's analog and digital pins, microcontroller, resistors and leds, ICSP pins and USB port. They take photos of the units they learned. They also solve questions prepared at NPC and win a gift for correct answers. When the tour is completed, a portfolio is organized. Finally, the portfolio is exported. They share the portfolio with their colleagues. The course is completed.

 

Performance Expectations

Students discover and learn again. After class experience, they can be divided into groups and create their own Arduino Nano models.

Students should answer the following questions:

  • How to transfer data in Arduino Nano?
  • How many digital pins are in the Arduino Nano?
  • How many oscillator are in the Arduino Nano?
  • How many ICSP pins are in the Arduino Nano?
  • How many PWM pins are in the Arduino Nano?
  • Which microcontroller is available in the Arduino Nano?
  • How many analog pins are in the Arduino Nano?

Skills

  • Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking
  • Project Based Learning

External References

Supporting Files

Arduino Nano World


World file for student use