This Lesson Contains:
For This Lesson You'll Need:
- Studying materials / Lesson outline
- Questions for the discussion
- Slides / projection images
- Tasks for individual work
- The task for working in groups
- Tasks for working with personal smartphones/tablets
- Printed materials
How To Use This Lesson
- Projector for showing video and slides;
- Chalkboard, chalk or markers;
- Smartphones on Android or iOS platform with Futurio App;
- Futurio App: AppStore, Google Play
- Presentation: Open
- Printed А4-marker for work in class and homework: Download
This lesson is designed for an academic hour, but a teacher can extend it to 90 minutes. An important element of the lesson is the students' ability to express their thoughts freely, to learn to think critically, to analyze facts and to engage in discussion.
During the lesson, students are allowed to use their own smartphones, but it is important that they download the relevant applications in advance. The teacher needs to prepare "printed" markers - special images for practical work.
The lesson is built in a way that allows students to answer the questions: "What do I know about self-driving cars?", "What technologies are used in driverless cars?" and "Can a car drive itself in the same way as a human driver?"
On this page, you will find a lesson plan that includes teaching materials, a list of slides and videos, as well as recommendations on class activities in certain points of the lesson. You will also find important information in the prompts for the speaker within the presentation.
The lesson does not contain branded content, however, it is built on real examples of modern companies and their names are indicated in the tips for the teacher. Whether or not to voice them during the lesson remains at the discretion of the teacher, according to the internal policy of the educational institution.
You can conduct the lesson "as it is" or give more attention and time to certain parts.
After the lesson, please share with us your impressions. Was the lesson interesting to you? Was it easy to understand the topic? Were there enough materials and videos? What additional questions did the student ask? How can we improve on the lesson?
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