- eBook:Programming LEGO® EV3 My Blocks: Teaching Concepts and Preparing for FLL® Competition
- Author:Gene Harding
- Edition:1 edition
- Data:March 24, 2018
- Pages:155 pages
You'll start by moving your creations forward and backward accurate distances while maintaining directional accuracy. You'll then build My Blocks to turn left and right at precise angles. After that you’re creations will be ready to find, follow, and otherwise use lines on the mat to improve navigation accuracy. Finally, you'll delve into using game board border walls to navigate and advanced topics, such as handoffs at speed and accelerating/decelerating to enable higher speed while maintaining navigation accuracy.
This book addresses EV3 programming in the specific context of FLL® competition. With Programming Lego® EV3 My Blocks, you will be game-ready to manage the season, prepare for competition, and compete!
What You'll Learn
- Construct and use My Blocks to improve robot performance in the FLL® Robot Game
- Develop basic programming skills, including feedback, troubleshooting techniques, and unit conversion
- Comment programs appropriately to note errors and consistency
The book is targeted at the many FLL® coaches, mentors, and students who need help with programming the EV3, as well as the students they coach. A secondary audience is teachers who want to use the EV3 to teach programming concepts.
Chapter 2: Getting Started with the EV3
Chapter 3: Moving Forward and Backward
Chapter 4: Turning in Place
Chapter 5: Using Lines
Chapter 6: Using Walls
Chapter 7: Advanced Topics
Chapter 8: Final Thoughts
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