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Resources Materials,Teacher Resource Documents attached. Student Resource Sheet attached,Student Worksheet attached. Alignment to Curriculum Frameworks,See curriculum alignment sheet at end of lesson. Internet Connections,TryEngineering www tryengineering org. Wikipedia Periscope https en wikipedia org wiki Periscope. GuS GmbH Co Periscope Manufacturer https www gus germany com en. Kollmorgen Electro Optical Periscope Manufacturer History. https www kollmorgen com uploadedFiles kollmorgencom Company HistoryofKol. lmorgenAnniversaryBook mobile pdf,Recommended Reading.
Illustrated Directory of Submarines of the World ISBN 978 0760313459. Optional Writing Activity, Write an essay or a paragraph about how an invention such as the periscope helped. save lives in World War I,Telescoping Periscope, Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org. 2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 2 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions. IEEE Lesson Plan,Telescoping Periscope,For Teachers. Teacher Resource,Lesson Goal, The Telescoping Periscope lesson explores how a periscope works and is used Students.
work in teams to devise their own periscope that can telescope and incorporates. adjustable mirrors Younger students may make a simpler periscope Students use their. periscope to identify a series of three items that are out of direct lines of sight Teams. sketch their plans build their periscope test it reflect on the challenge and present to. Lesson Objectives,Learn about engineering design,and redesign. Learn about periscopes and optical,Learn how engineering can help. solve society s challenges,Learn about teamwork and. problem solving,Student Resource Sheets,Student Worksheets. Classroom Materials several small, objects teacher will display to the periscope for testing rotate through a few.
items such as a flower a pen a button a coin, Student Team Materials tape cardboard empty milk cartons scissors small. mirror with safety edges cosmetic mirrors work great rubber bands paper clips. tubes pvc piping tubes pencil paper cups foil glue or other items available in. the classroom,Safety Notes, When working with very young children consider using. reflective materials instead of mirrors or buying,mirrors at arts stores that have smooth edges. Cosmetic mirrors are ideal Options for mirror, alternatives include mirrored or reflective contact. paper or multipurpose mirrored tape which can be,purchased at home improvement or hardware stores.
but these surfaces are not as clearly reflective as a. regular mirror so instead of identifying an object have. students determine which color you are showing, around the corner and use different colored construction paper as the object you test. with Or use flexible plastic mirrors or cut pieces from a single sheet of mirror. polystyrene which can be purchased from amazon com or via educational supply houses. Telescoping Periscope, Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org. 2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 3 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions. 1 Show students the student,reference sheets These may be. read in class or provided as,reading material for the prior.
night s homework Visit,Wikipedia Page on Periscopes at. https en wikipedia org wiki Pe,riscope to review principle of. how mirrors and reflections are,key to periscope operation. 2 Teams of 3 4 students will,review the challenge consider. available materials and develop,a detailed drawing showing their.
planned periscope including a,list of materials they will need to. 3 Students build their periscope bearing in mind that there will be extra credit for. uniqueness how different the design is from all others and creativity how. pleasing it looks to the eye, 4 Teams will have to use their telescoping periscopes to read a series of clues that. are out of direct sight These can be taped on the inside of a closet placed atop a. door ledge or other areas that will be a challenge Clue one can point students to. the location of clue two etc For,extra challenge have a clue. underwater so the periscope,may have to be waterproof or. have a clue in a dark location,so the periscope must.
incorporate a light source It is,up to the teacher to make this. as simple or as complicated as,best suits the class age mix. and available time,5 Teams reflect on the challenge. and consider the designs created,by other student teams and. present their experiences to the,Time Needed,One to three 45 minute sessions.
Extension Ideas, Challenge older or more advanced students to create a periscope that incorporates a. Telescoping Periscope, Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org. 2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 4 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions. IEEE Lesson Plan,Telescoping Periscope,Student Resource. What is a Periscope,A periscope is an instrument used to.
observe something from a concealed,position In its simplest form it consists. of an outer case with mirrors at each,end set parallel to each other at a 45. degree angle Using this form of,periscope with the addition of two. simple lenses troops fighting in World,War I could see out of their trenches and. not put their lives at risk by lifting their,heads in front of an enemy This simple.
form is also used to peek around a,corner to view wildlife or to look over a. crowd of taller people at an event,The image to the right shows a simple. periscope where a person is peering in at the bottom to see the bird that is around a. corner or out a window and not in direct sight More complex periscopes use prisms. instead of mirrors to provide magnification and higher image quality These are the types. of periscopes often found on submarines,History and Inventors. Johann Gutenberg better known for his contribution to printing technology marketed a. kind of periscope in the 1430s to enable pilgrims to see over the heads of the crowd at. religious festivals Johannes Hevelius described an early periscope with lenses in 1647 and. saw military applications for his invention, Periscopes served in World War I to enable soldiers to see over the tops of trenches in. order to see with less exposure to enemy fire Tanks use periscopes extensively they. enable drivers or tank commanders to inspect their situation without leaving the safety of. the tank An important development the Gundlach rotary periscope incorporated a. rotating top this allowed a tank commander to obtain a 360 degree field of view without. moving his seat Periscopes are also used in naval efforts and allow a submarine when. submerged at a shallow depth to search visually for nearby targets and threats on the. surface of the water and in the air When not in use a submarine s periscope retracts into. the hull Newer periscopes can record digital video of what the periscope sees and some. have embedded displays that incorporate GPS information and night vision capabilities. Telescoping Periscope, Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org.
2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 5 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions. IEEE Lesson Plan,Telescoping Periscope,Student Worksheet. Engineering Teamwork and Planning,You are part of a team of engineers. given the challenge of developing your,own periscope out of everyday. materials You have many materials to,choose from A simple periscope like.
the one to the right can be made by,opening a slot in two milk cartons and. inserting two mirrors at 45 degree,angles on each end You can use a. long box two milk cartons that you will,connect or come up with our own. In your challenge however your,periscope must be able to telescope to. change length and your mirrors must,both be adjustable.
In this challenge your periscope must be able to allow your team to correctly read and. follow a series of clues that are out of your direct line of sight But you will also be. judged on how unique and creative your design is, Remember that a periscope is an instrument that uses a system of prisms lenses or. mirrors to reflect images through a tube In the simple example to the right light from a. distant object strikes the top mirror and is then reflected at an angle of 90 degrees down. the periscope tube At the bottom of the periscope the light strikes another mirror and is. then reflected into a viewer s eye Periscope comes from two Greek words peri meaning. around and scopus to look, Telescoping in mechanics describes the movement of one part sliding out from another. lengthening an object such as your periscope from its resting position. Research Phase, Read the materials provided to you by your teacher. Think about how light will need to travel from the. object to your eye through the periscope your team. develops Consider not only the functionality of the. periscope you will develop but also how unique and. creative the final tool will be,Telescoping Periscope. Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org. 2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 6 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions.
IEEE Lesson Plan,Telescoping Periscope,Student Worksheet continued. Planning and Design Phase, Draw a diagram of your periscope including the path a ray of light would follow as it. travels through your periscope design from an object through the periscope and into. your eye or a camera,List the materials you think you will need. Telescoping Periscope, Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org. 2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 7 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions.
IEEE Lesson Plan,Telescoping Periscope,Student Worksheet. Presentation Phase, Present your plan and drawing to the class and consider the plans of other teams You. may wish to fine tune your own design,Build it Test it. Next build your periscope and test it You may share unused building materials with other. teams and trade materials Be sure to watch what other teams are doing and consider. the aspects of different designs that might be an improvement on your team s plan. Use the box below to determine your score on this project. Was your team able to Unique Score voted by Creative Score voted by. correctly follow the clues your peers with your your peers with your. your teacher planned for teacher providing final teacher providing final Final Score. you point scale 0 10 point scale 0 10,Yes 80 points No 0. Reflection,Complete the reflection questions below.
1 How similar was your original design to the actual periscope your team built. 2 If your team found you needed to make changes during the construction phase. describe why revisions were needed, 3 Which periscope that another team made was the most interesting to you Why. 4 Do you think that this activity was more rewarding to do as a team or would you have. preferred to work alone on it Why, 5 If you could have used one additional material tape glue wood sticks foil as. examples which would you choose and why, 6 Do you think that engineers often change their designs when they enter the. manufacturing phase of a new product development Why or why not. Telescoping Periscope, Provided by IEEE as part of TryEngineering www tryengineering org. 2018 IEEE All rights reserved, Page 8 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions.
IEEE Lesson Plan,Telescoping Periscope,For Teachers. Alignment to Curriculum Frameworks, Note Lesson plans in this series are aligned to one or more of the following sets of standards. U S Science Education Standards http www nap edu catalog php record id 4962. U S Next Generation Science Standards http www nextgenscience org. International Technology Education Association s Standards for Technological Literacy. http www iteea org TAA PDFs xstnd pdf, U S National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Principles and Standards for School. Mathematics http www nctm org standards content aspx id 16909. U S Common Core State Standards for Mathematics http www corestandards org Math. Computer Science Teachers Association K 12 Computer Science Standards. http csta acm org Curriculum sub K12Standards html. National Science Education Standards Grades K 4 ages 4 9. CONTENT STANDARD A Science as Inquiry, As a result of activities all students should develop. Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry,Understanding about scientific inquiry.
CONTENT STANDARD B Physical Science, As a result of the activities all students should develop an understanding of. Properties of objects and materials,Position and motion of objects. Light heat electricity and magnetism,CONTENT STANDARD E Science and Technology. As a result of activities all students should develop. Abilities of technological design, CONTENT STANDARD F Science in Personal and Social Perspectives. As a result of activities all students should develop understanding of. Types of resources,Science and technology in local challenges.
Page 1 of 11 Use of this material signifies your agreement to the IEEE Terms and Conditions IEEE Les s on Pl an Telescoping Periscope Explore other TryEngineering lessons at www tryengineering org Lesson Focus Lesson focuses on the many uses of periscopes and how this simple device was designed and is used in many applications Students work in teams to design and build their own working

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