Self-study|IT|Int|Lesson 10: Robotics
Match the abbreviations with the definitions
Tick the points that you consider true about robots.
💡More and more people have interactions with robots, smart devices, and intelligent software. They are used in education, entertainment and health care as well as in our homes. But how much do we really know about robots and their abilities?
Today we’re going to study this matter in detail and fill the gaps in our knowledge!
Ready? Let’s get started!
Complete the questions with the correct words
Consider the questions above and answer them based on your knowledge and ideas.
Use the voice recorder.
Read the text and match each heading to the corresponding paragraph. Then mark the sentences as True or False
Your guide to robotics
Complete the sentences with your ideas
Match the types of robots with the pictures
Look at the types of robots above.
What could they be used for? Provide reasons to support your answer.
Click on the hotspot «+» and read about different types of robots
Click on each button to read about the latest advancements in robotics and do the task below. Record your answers
Watch the video and choose the correct answers to the questions below
🔹Camembert /ˈkæməmˌbeə(r)/ — a type of soft round French cheese with a white rind.
«Come on, bear» sounds similar to «Camembert», which makes Sophia’s joke really smart.
Complete the questions with the given words. Then choose two questions to answer
Read the task and describe a prototype of your own robot. Use some of the words and phrases from the lists below
Imagine that you work for a robot design company. You and your team are responsible for designing the next generation of robots.
Think about the following questions and be ready to present your creation to the public.
- What name will you give to your robot?
- What would you like it to do?
- What sphere will it be used in (e.g. sport, medicine, transport, education, etc.)?
- What specific characteristics will it have?
- Will it look like a human?
- Will it be able to talk and react emotionally?
- What type of people will want to buy your robot?
Use the voice recorder.
Verbs: to replace, to send commands, to run the world, to have a nice ring, to focus on, to make friends, to make jokes, to worry about
Nouns: a humanoid, AI, mental telepathy, safety, a glitch
Adjectives: splendid, efficient, genius, wise, self-aware
Complete the summary of the article you read in the lesson with the appropriate words
Watch the video about the future of robotics and mark the sentences as True or False
Read about game programming and complete the gaps with the given words. It will help you get more ideas on the topic for the next lesson
The basics of game programming
Look at your roadmap and see your progress
- Decode the abbreviations
- The guide to robotics
- The types of robots
- Robots in detail
- Sophia the Robot
- Your own robot
- Homework 1
- Homework 2