Curriculum Quiz
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Which button is the "back" button on the EV3 controller? Refer to the image below. *
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Which button turns on the EV3 controller? Refer to the image below. *
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What is the second tab from the left on the EV3 Controller? *
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On what ports of the EV3 controller can you plug in motors? *
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On what ports of the EV3 controller can you plug in sensors? *
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Is any programming taught in the Experimental Building Curriculum? *
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What grade levels is the Experimental Building Curriculum usually taught to? *
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In the tower building activity (or any other activity) of the Experimental Building Curriculum, the MINIMUM number of pegs needed to connect two pieces together is ... *
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A small gear driving a large gear results in a ________ speed and a ________ torque (force). *
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A ___________ robot mass and a _________ center of mass will result in a more sturdy robot. *
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True/False: Students learn the Creative Automation Curriculum before they learn the Programming Fundamentals Curriculum. *
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To make a car drive straight, which block would you MOST LIKELY use? *
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The programming software we use to teach is primarily made up of ____________. *
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The sensor in the picture below is a(n) ________. *
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The programming block inside of the forever loop (with the picture of the touch sensor on it) is called a __________ block. In the program below, if the touch sensor is NOT bumped, the EV3 display screen will display "__________." *
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