- National Academy Foundation

Report
A CADEMY OF E NGINEERING S ESSION
Principles of Engineering
Integrated Curriculum
Pier Sun Ho
Kathleen Harris
Workshop Objectives and Expectations
This workshop is intended to:
•
Familiarize teacher teams with the integrated
curriculum model
•
Introduce POE and its associated integrated
curriculum
•
Prepare participants for implementing the curriculum
•
Introduce the participants to a sample culminating
engineering project
2
Continuum of Curriculum Integration
ELA
SCI
MATH
CTE
SOC
ARTS
FOR
LANG
Single
Subject
BASIC
Parallel (Paired)
Interrelated
INTERMEDIATE
Conceptual
ADVANCED
Aug
English
Biographies
Character
traits and
motivation
Numbers
Algebra II and
functions
Biology
Scientific
method
Definitions
Geometry Geometric
reasoning
Law and
Justice
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Short stories
Time and sequence
Foreshadowing
Flashback
Universal themes
Creative
Literary devices
writing
Imagery, allegory,
Interviews
symbolism
Evaluating
credibility
Writing persuasive
compositions
Solving systems of
linear equations
Solving and
graphing
quadratics
Polynomial
functions
Cell biology
Photosynthesis
Cellular respiration
Central dogma
DNA structure and Meiosis
technology
Inheritance
Protein synthesis
Induction vs.
deduction
Construction of
lines, angles, shapes
Circles
Properties of
triangles
Congruence
Area, and surface
Quadrilaterals area
Polygons
Sectors and
segments
Codes
Criminal
investigation
Courts
Courtroom
testimony
Ancient legal Sources of law
systems
Bill of Rights
Early laws
Amendments
Exponential
equations
Logarithms
Cloning
Stem cell research
Mediation
Arbitration
Conflict resolution
Integrated Curriculum Overview
PLTW
Social
Studies
Science
Engin
Project
Math
English
Language
Arts
• Tier I
– Introduction to Engineering Design
– Principles of Engineering
– Digital Electronics
• Tier II
–
–
–
–
Aerospace Engineering
Biotechnical Engineering
Civil Engineering and Architecture
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
• Tier III
– Engineering Design and Development
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Principles Of Engineering
Unit 1: Energy and Power
Key Concepts:
• Mechanisms
• Energy Sources
• Energy Applications
• Design Problem
Principles Of Engineering
Unit 2: Control Systems
Key Concepts:
• Machine Control
• Fluid Power
• Design Problem
Principles Of Engineering
Unit 3: Materials and Structures
Key Concepts:
• Statics
• Materials Properties
• Material Testing
• Design Problem
Stress (S) psi
Necking Region
Rupture Point
Strain () in./in.
Principles Of Engineering
Unit 4: Statistics and Kinematics
Key Concepts:
• Statistics
• Kinematics
• Design Problem
Integrated Curriculum Overview
There are 2 curriculum units for Principles of Engineering
•
Semester 1: Bridge Builder
•
Semester 2: Bombs Away
Each unit includes:
•
Lesson plans for the four academic subject areas and POE
•
Relevant national standards alignment
•
Teacher resources (background info, answer keys, rubrics)
•
Student resources (handouts, worksheets, labs)
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Unit 2
Bombs Away
Unit Overview
•
Subunit 1 introduces students to the study of external
ballistics and the science and math that governs objects in
ballistic trajectories
•
Subunit 2 lessons examine the history of atmospheric
ballistic weapons use in conflicts in the 20th century,
including evaluation of the rationale and the ethical issues
surrounding the aftermath.
•
Subunit 3 lessons explore issues associated with ballistic
missiles and provide student the opportunity to apply their
knowledge in a design challenge
Major Academic Subject Topics and Content
•
English Language Arts
•
•
•
Social Studies
•
•
•
World War II—Battle of Britain, Dresden bombing
Cold War—Cuban Missile Crisis
Science
•
•
Biographies
Argumentation and debate
Physical Science/Physics—Trajectory motion
Mathematics
•
•
Quadratic equations
Arcs and chords, basic trigonometry
Subunit 1: Ready, Aim, Fire
Lesson and Subject
Description
Lesson 1.1
Ballistic Bullseye
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.2
Trajectory Motion
Physical Science
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.3
“Quannon” Quadratics
Algebra I
Geometry
Lesson 1.4
Rocket Boys
English Language Arts
15
Ballistic Motion
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Ballistics: Study of projectiles, objects propelled by an
initial launch force
Examples
•
Sports (football, basketball, baseball, soccer, golf, etc.)
•
Missiles/Bombs/Bullets
•
Bullets
•
Fountains
•
Fireworks
Subunit 1: Ready, Aim, Fire
Lesson and Subject
Description
Lesson 1.1
Ballistic Bullseye
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.2
Trajectory Motion
Physical Science
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.3
“Quannon” Quadratics
Algebra I
Geometry
Lesson 1.4
Rocket Boys
English Language Arts
17
Approaching a Drop Target
Do You….?
A. Drop payload when you are
directly above the target
B. Drop payload before you get to
the target?
C. Drop payload after you’ve
passed the target?
But, but…!
What’s Happening?
Courtesy of NOAA
Kinematics and Projectile Motion (page 1-11)
•
Kinematics is the study of the geometry of motion and is used
to relate displacement, velocity, acceleration and time without
reference to the cause of motion.
•
Projectile Motion is in two directions – horizontal and vertical
•
Horizontal motion is independent of vertical motion
Basic typical assumptions
•
Air resistance is negligible
•
Curvature of the Earth is negligible
•
Force of gravity is constant at -9.8 m/s2 or -32 ft/s2
Analysis of Projectile Motion: Distance
•
Horizontal Direction (x) represents the range, or distance the
projectile travels
•
Vertical direction (y) represents the altitude, or height, the
projectile reaches
Calculating Displacement
•
S = vi t + ½ at2
•
Sx = r = vix t + ½ axt2 = vix t
•
Sy = h = viy t + ½ ayt2 = viy t + ½ gt2
h
r
Analysis of Projectile Motion: Velocity
•
Horizontal velocity (Vx) is constant since there is no
acceleration in the horizontal direction
•
Vertical velocity (Vy) is affected by the gravity; the vertical
velocity of a projectile is zero at the height of its trajectory
Analysis of Projectile Motion: Velocity
SOH – CAH - TOA
Subunit 1: Ready, Aim, Fire
Lesson and Subject
Description
Page
Lesson 1.1
Ballistic Bullseye
1-1
Trajectory Motion
1-9
“Qannon” Quadratics
1-23
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.2
Physical Science
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.3
Algebra I
Geometry
Lesson 1.4
Fireworks Fun
Chemistry
Lesson 1.5
Rocket Boys
English Language Arts
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Mountain Matchup
It’s time for a fight in the heights. Unfortunately, you don’t have the
high ground, but that doesn’t mean you don’t know what you’re doing.
The artillery chief has set the cannons at a 76° angle and tells you to
fire with an initial velocity of 56 m/s. How long will it take your
cannonball to reach the castle?
Sy = vy t + ½ a t2
50 m = vy t + ½ (-9.8) t2
50 m = (54.3) t + (-4.9)t2
Castle D
Altitude 150 m
SOH – CAH – TOA!
Castle C
Altitude 50 m
Vy= ?
V0= 56 m/s
Θ= 76°
Castle D
Knights
Altitude 0 m
sin 76° = Opp / Hyp
0.97 = Vy / 56
Vy = 0.97 x 56
Vy = 54.3 m/s
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Mountain Matchup
It’s time for a fight in the heights. Unfortunately, you don’t have the
high ground, but that doesn’t mean you don’t know what you’re doing.
The artillery chief has set the cannons at a 76° angle and tells you to
fire with an initial velocity of 56 m/s. How long will it take your
cannonball to reach the castle?
50 m = (54.3) t + (-4.9)t2
4.9 t2 - 54.3 t + 50 m = 0
t = 1 s or 10.1 s
Castle D
Altitude 150 m
Castle C
Altitude 50 m
Castle D
Knights
Altitude 0 m
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Subunit 1: Ready, Aim, Fire
Lesson and Subject
Description
Lesson 1.1
Ballistic Bullseye
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.2
Trajectory Motion
Physical Science
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.3
“Quannon” Quadratics
Algebra I
Geometry
Lesson 1.4
Rocket Boys
English Language Arts
29
Subunit 2: The Price of War
Lesson and Subject
Description
Page
Lesson 2.1
The Battle of Britain
2-1
Right or Might
2-27
Making a Case
2-57
World History
Lesson 2.2
World History
Lesson 3.3
English Language Arts
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Bombing Strategies
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Tactical Bombing
•
•
•
•
Targets: Enemy military forces and other military targets and
enemy strongholds
Goal: Direct and immediate negative influence on the battlefront
Effect: Direct
Strategic Bombing:
•
•
•
Targets: Infrastructure such as industrial plants, port facilities,
and railway bridges, as well as more widespread bombing of an
enemy's cities and other civilian-populated areas
Goal: Eliminate the enemy's capability and will to sustain a war
effort
Effect: Delayed
Right or Might?
•
Spanish Civil War
•
•
World War II
•
•
•
•
•
London Blitz, 1940-1941
Pearl Harbor, 1941
Allied bombing at Dresden,
1945
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945
Vietnam
•
•
Guernica, 1937
Operation Rolling Thunder,
1965-1968
Post-Cold War
•
•
Kosovo, 1999
Iraq, 2003
Subunit 2: The Price of War
Lesson and Subject
Description
Page
Lesson 2.1
The Battle of Britain
2-1
Right or Might
2-27
Making a Case
2-57
World History
Lesson 2.2
World History
Lesson 3.3
English Language Arts
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ARE You Convincing?
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Assertion: Begin with a statement that describes your main
point
•
•
Reasoning: Follow with the “because” part of an argument
where you support the assertion you’ve just made.
•
•
The voting age should be lowered to 16
Because allowing younger people to vote would increase their
involvement in politics and society
Evidence: Support your reasoning with multiple pieces of
evidence from multiple unbiased sources
•
For example, politicians are more likely to listen to what kids
have to say if they have a vote
Debate Ethical Issues
•
Select one of the
conflicts listed to the
right (or another
conflict your table is
familiar with) and
debate the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
London Blitz, 1940-1941
Pearl Harbor, 1941
Allied bombing at Dresden,
1945
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945
Vietnam
•
•
Guernica, 1937
World War II
•
•
Was the strategic
bombing during this
conflict justified?
Spanish Civil War
Operation Rolling Thunder,
1965-1968
Post-Cold War
•
•
Kosovo, 1999
Iraq, 2003
Subunit 3: Too Close for Comfort
Lesson and Subject
Description
Page
Lesson 3.1
Ballistic Missile Range
3-1
Cuban Missile Crisis
3-23
You Sunk My Battleship
3-51
Geometry
Lesson 3.2
U.S. History
Lesson 3.3
Principles of Engineering
36
Arcs and Chords
37
Subunit 3: Too Close for Comfort
Lesson and Subject
Description
Page
Lesson 3.1
Ballistic Missile Range
3-1
Cuban Missile Crisis
3-23
You Sunk My Battleship
3-51
Geometry
Lesson 3.2
U.S. History
Lesson 3.3
Principles of Engineering
38
Cuban Missile Crisis Roleplay
39
Subunit 3: Too Close for Comfort
Lesson and Subject
Description
Page
Lesson 3.1
Ballistic Missile Range
3-1
Cuban Missile Crisis
3-23
You Sunk My Battleship
3-51
Geometry
Lesson 3.2
U.S. History
Lesson 3.3
Principles of Engineering
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Build an Adjustable Ballistic Device
•
Notched Craft Sticks (15)
•
Glue
•
Binder Clips (2)
•
Rubber Bands (4)
•
Masking Tape
•
Protractor
Catapult should be capable
of firing at multiple angles
and be mounted on a
cardboard base
Test your Trajectories
•
Set up your catapult
•
Test your catapult for at least three angles
•
Do at least 5 trials and average the range for each angle
•
Using the average data, create a graph illustrating the range of your
catapult
10
8
6
4
2
0
0 deg
30 deg
45 deg
60 deg
Battleship!
•
Mount your catapult on a
“battleship”
•
Place your battleship on the grid
•
Each square is 1’ x 1’
•
On your turn, you can do any
combination of the following:
move up to three space, rotate
90 and/or fire
•
A hit can be on any part of the
battleship (no bounces!), 2 hits
required to sink
•
Goal: Sink the enemy
battleships before they sink you
Implementing Integrated Curriculum
•
Common Planning Time
•
Curriculum Mapping and Lesson Discussion
IED
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
DESIGN
PROCESS
SKETCHING
DRAWING
MEASURE
MENT
BASIC
MODELS
PUZZLE
CUBE
GEOMETRIC
CONSTRAINTS
ADV
MODELING
ASSEMBLY
MODELING
FUNCTIONAL
ANALYSIS
REVERSE
ENGIN
MENDEL’S
LAWS
MOLECULAR
BIOLOGY
BIOTECH
ECOLOGY
POPULAT’N
GENETICS
ADAPTATION
SPECIATION
PHYSIOLOGY
HOMEO
STASIS
INFECTION
IMMUNITY
SPECTRO
SCOPY
WEATHER
ELECTICITY
MAGNETISM
ENERGY &
WAVES
SIMPLE
MACHINES
CHEMISTRY
QUADRATIC
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
RATIONAL
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
PERSUSIVE
WRITING
TO KILL A
MOCKINGBIRD
TIMED
ESSAYS
TOTALI
TARIANISM
WW II
POST WW II
SIMILARITY
RIGHT
TRIANGLE
TRIG
CIRCLES
CELL BIOLOGY
BIO
PHYS
SCI
MEIOSIS
FERTILIZATION
MEASURING
THE
UNIVERSE
SOLAR
SYSTEM
HISTORICAL
FIGURES
FORCES
PROPERTIES
OF MATTER
PLATE
TECTONICS
REAL
NUMBERS
SOLVE LINEAR
EQUATIONS
AND
INEQUALITIES
GRAPH AND
INTERPRET
LINEAR
EQUATIONS
SYSTEMS OF
EXPONENTS
SOLVING
EQUATIONS
AND POLY SYSTEMS OF
AND
NOMIALS
EQUATIONS
INEQUALITIES
AUTO/
BIOGRAPHIES
SHORT
STORIES
THE
ODYSSEY
ROMEO AND
JULIET
EXPOSITORY
WRITING
LITERARY
RESPONSES
NARRATIVE
WRITING
HIST
WESTERN
POLITICAL
THOUGH
RISE OF
DEMOCRATIC
IDEALS
INDUSTRIAL
REVOLUTION
IMPERIALISM
AND
COLONIALISM
GEOM
LINES,
ANGLES,
CONSTRUC
TIONS
INDUCTION
DEDUCTION
PROOFS
TRIANGLES
QUAD
RILATERALS
REVIEW
ALG I
ELA
RESEARCH
PAPER
LITERARY
RESPONSES
WW I
AREA
45
IED
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
DESIGN
PROCESS
SKETCHING
DRAWING
MEASURE
MENT
BASIC
MODELS
PUZZLE
CUBE
GEOMETRIC
CONSTRAINTS
ADV
MODELING
ASSEMBLY
MODELING
FUNCTIONAL
ANALYSIS
REVERSE
ENGIN
MENDEL’S
LAWS
MOLECULAR
BIOLOGY
BIOTECH
ECOLOGY
POPULAT’N
GENETICS
ADAPTATION
SPECIATION
PHYSIOLOGY
HOMEO
STASIS
INFECTION
IMMUNITY
SPECTRO
SCOPY
WEATHER
ELECTICITY
MAGNETISM
ENERGY &
WAVES
SIMPLE
MACHINES
CHEMISTRY
QUADRATIC
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
RATIONAL
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
PERSUSIVE
WRITING
TO KILL A
MOCKINGBIRD
TIMED
ESSAYS
TOTALI
TARIANISM
WW II
POST WW II
SIMILARITY
RIGHT
TRIANGLE
TRIG
CIRCLES
CELL BIOLOGY
BIO
PHYS
SCI
MEIOSIS
FERTILIZATION
MEASURING
THE
UNIVERSE
SOLAR
SYSTEM
HISTORICAL
FIGURES
FORCES
PROPERTIES
OF MATTER
PLATE
TECTONICS
REAL
NUMBERS
SOLVE LINEAR
EQUATIONS
AND
INEQUALITIES
GRAPH AND
INTERPRET
LINEAR
EQUATIONS
SYSTEMS OF
EXPONENTS
SOLVING
EQUATIONS
AND POLY SYSTEMS OF
AND
NOMIALS
EQUATIONS
INEQUALITIES
AUTO/
BIOGRAPHIES
SHORT
STORIES
THE
ODYSSEY
ROMEO AND
JULIET
EXPOSITORY
WRITING
LITERARY
RESPONSES
NARRATIVE
WRITING
HIST
WESTERN
POLITICAL
THOUGH
RISE OF
DEMOCRATIC
IDEALS
INDUSTRIAL
REVOLUTION
IMPERIALISM
AND
COLONIALISM
GEOM
LINES,
ANGLES,
CONSTRUC
TIONS
INDUCTION
DEDUCTION
PROOFS
TRIANGLES
QUAD
RILATERALS
REVIEW
ALG I
ELA
RESEARCH
PAPER
LITERARY
RESPONSES
WW I
AREA
46
IED
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
DESIGN
PROCESS
SKETCHING
DRAWING
MEASURE
MENT
BASIC
MODELS
PUZZLE
CUBE
GEOMETRIC
CONSTRAINTS
ADV
MODELING
ASSEMBLY
MODELING
FUNCTIONAL
ANALYSIS
REVERSE
ENGIN
MENDEL’S
LAWS
MOLECULAR
BIOLOGY
BIOTECH
POPULAT’N
GENETICS
ADAPTATION
SPECIATION
ECOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGY
HOMEO
STASIS
INFECTION
IMMUNITY
SPECTRO
SCOPY
WEATHER
ELECTICITY
MAGNETISM
ENERGY &
WAVES
SIMPLE
MACHINES
CHEMISTRY
SOLVING
SYSTEMS
OF
EQUATIONS
QUADRATIC
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
RATIONAL
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
CELL BIOLOGY
BIO
PHYS
SCI
MEIOSIS
FERTILIZATION
MEASURING
THE
UNIVERSE
REVIEW
ALG I
ELA
REAL
NUMBERS
AUTO/
BIOGRAPHIES
EXPOSITORY
WRITING
SOLAR
SYSTEM
SOLVE LINEAR
EQUATIONS
AND
INEQUALITIES
RESEARCH
PAPER
HIST
WESTERN
POLITICAL
THOUGH
RISE OF
DEMOCRATIC
IDEALS
GEOM
LINES,
ANGLES,
CONSTRUC
TIONS
INDUCTION
DEDUCTION
PROOFS
HISTORICAL
FIGURES
PLATE
TECTONICS
FORCES
PROPERTIES
OF MATTER
GRAPH AND
INTERPRET
LINEAR
EQUATIONS
SYSTEMS OF
EQUATIONS
AND
INEQUALITIES
EXPONENTS
AND POLY
NOMIALS
SHORT
STORIES
THE ODYSSEY
ROMEO AND
JULIET
LITERARY
RESPONSES
NARRATIVE
WRITING
INDUSTRIAL
REVOLUTION
IMPERIALISM
AND
COLONIALISM
TRIANGLES
QUAD
RILATERALS
LITERARY
RESPONSES
WW I
AREA
PERSUSIVE
TO KILL A
WRITING
MOCKINGBIRD
TIMED
ESSAYS
TOTALI
TARIANISM
WW II
POST WW II
SIMILARITY
RIGHT
TRIANGLE
TRIG
CIRCLES
47
IED
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
DESIGN
PROCESS
SKETCHING
DRAWING
MEASURE
MENT
BASIC
MODELS
PUZZLE
CUBE
GEOMETRIC
CONSTRAINTS
ADV
MODELING
ASSEMBLY
MODELING
FUNCTIONAL
ANALYSIS
REVERSE
ENGIN
MENDEL’S
LAWS
MOLECULAR
BIOLOGY
BIOTECH
POPULAT’N
GENETICS
ADAPTATION
SPECIATION
ECOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGY
HOMEO
STASIS
INFECTION
IMMUNITY
SPECTRO
SCOPY
WEATHER
ELECTICITY
MAGNETISM
ENERGY &
WAVES
SIMPLE
MACHINES
CHEMISTRY
SOLVING
SYSTEMS
OF
EQUATIONS
QUADRATIC
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
RATIONAL
FUNCTIONS
AND
EQUATIONS
CELL BIOLOGY
BIO
PHYS
SCI
MEIOSIS
FERTILIZATION
MEASURING
THE
UNIVERSE
REVIEW
ALG I
ELA
REAL
NUMBERS
AUTO/
BIOGRAPHIES
EXPOSITORY
WRITING
SOLAR
SYSTEM
SOLVE LINEAR
EQUATIONS
AND
INEQUALITIES
RESEARCH
PAPER
HIST
WESTERN
POLITICAL
THOUGH
RISE OF
DEMOCRATIC
IDEALS
GEOM
LINES,
ANGLES,
CONSTRUC
TIONS
INDUCTION
DEDUCTION
PROOFS
HISTORICAL
FIGURES
PLATE
TECTONICS
FORCES
PROPERTIES
OF MATTER
GRAPH AND
INTERPRET
LINEAR
EQUATIONS
SYSTEMS OF
EQUATIONS
AND
INEQUALITIES
EXPONENTS
AND POLY
NOMIALS
SHORT
STORIES
THE ODYSSEY
ROMEO AND
JULIET
LITERARY
RESPONSES
NARRATIVE
WRITING
INDUSTRIAL
REVOLUTION
IMPERIALISM
AND
COLONIALISM
TRIANGLES
QUAD
RILATERALS
LITERARY
RESPONSES
WW I
AREA
PERSUSIVE
TO KILL A
WRITING
MOCKINGBIRD
TIMED
ESSAYS
TOTALI
TARIANISM
WW II
POST WW II
SIMILARITY
RIGHT
TRIANGLE
TRIG
CIRCLES
48
Implementing Integrated Curriculum
•
Curriculum Mapping and Lesson Discussion
•
•
•
Revising lessons: This lesson doesn’t fit my scope and/or
standards
Removing lessons: We don’t have that subject teacher on our
team
Adding lessons: My subject isn’t represented in the unit
•
Common Planning Time!
•
We don’t have time/structure to fit this into our school year
•
•
Single subject integration
Parallel/Paired integration
49
Unit 1
Bridge Builder
Bridge Engineering
•
Span physical obstacles
•
Design depends on purpose and setting
•
What is the main traffic (cars, pedestrians) of the bridge?
•
How much traffic will there be?
•
How far does the bridge need to span?
•
What is the terrain around the obstacle?
•
How much clearance is needed beneath the bridge?
•
Are aesthetics a consideration?
Unit Overview
•
Subunit 1 lessons introduce to the form and function of
bridges, the different types of bridge designs, where and
why bridges are built in specific locations, and a mini case
study of Brooklyn Bridge
•
Subunit 2 lessons introduce the basic math and science
involved bridge engineering and bridge maintenance
•
Subunit 3 lessons provide students with the opportunity to
apply their academic and engineering knowledge to a
design challenge: balsa wood truss bridge
Major Academic Subject Topics and Content
•
English Language Arts
•
•
•
•
Social Studies
•
•
Gilded Age urbanization, industrialization, innovation, and politics
Science
•
•
•
•
Narrative nonfiction
Interpreting technical reports
Writing news articles
Force calculations, vectors, and free body diagrams
Corrosion
Environmental impact and mitigation
Mathematics
•
•
Solving and graphing linear equations
(Trigonometry)
Subunit 1: Form and Function
Lesson and Subject
Description
Lesson 1.1
Introduction to Bridges
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 1.2
Great Bridges
English Language Arts
Lesson 1.3
Growth in the Gilded Age
U.S. History
Lesson 1.4
Site Selection
English Language Arts
Lesson 1.5
Environmental Mitigation
Biology
54
Subunit 2: Structural Support
Lesson and Subject
Description
Lesson 2.1
Science of Bridge Structure
Physics
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 2.2
Estimating Live Load
Algebra I
Lesson 2.3
Rusty Truss
Chemistry
Lesson 2.4
Bridge Disaster Report
English Language Arts
55
Subunit 3: Build Your Bridge
Lesson and Subject
Description
Lesson 3.1
Building the Brooklyn Bridge
U.S. History
Lesson 3.2
Bridge Blueprints
Principles of Engineering
Lesson 3.3
Opening Day
Principles of Engineering
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