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  • 1. WeDo RoboticsAssignment 1 – Hungry Alligator
    By Mila Lantsberg
  • 2. Connect
    WeDo RoboticsAssignment 1 – Hungry Alligator
  • 3. Connect: Hungry Alligator Part 1
    What was the alligator doing when Mia and Max saw it?
    The Alligator was opening and closing his big mouth.
    What happened as they stood near the alligator?
    The wind began to blow, and Max's cam flew away into the Alligator's big mouth.
  • 4. Connect: Hungry Alligator Part 2
    Do alligators really eat caps?Alligator will eat a cap if you tease him, but he would certainly prefer meat
    Why does an alligator have a large jaw?Large jaw helps alligator to grab passing by food (fish, animals or even hats)
  • 5. Connect: Hungry Alligator Part 3
    What kind of food does an alligator eat?
    When young, they eat fish, insects, snails, crustaceans, and worms. As they grow, they take progressively larger prey items, including larger fish such as gar, turtles, various mammals, birds, antelope and other reptiles.
    Would you pet an alligator? Why? Why not?You should not pet alligator, because alligator is not demarcated animal and it prefer hunting to petting.
  • 6. Construct
    WeDo RoboticsAssignment 1 – Hungry Alligator
  • 7. Construct: Hungry Alligator
    Build the model following step-by-step instructions. 
    Meet the HUNGRY ALLIGATOR
    ‘MIKIE’
  • 8. Construct: Hungry Alligator
    Double Click on the Box below to SEE A MOVIE
  • 9. Construct: Hungry Alligator
    Discuss the transfer of energy from electrical to mechanical.
       
  • 10. Construct: Hungry Alligator
    Discuss the entire process in detail. 
  • 11. Construct: Hungry Alligator
    Use the blocks shown to create the program with the blocks to get the alligator to close its jaw when it eats.
  • 12. Contemplate
    WeDo RoboticsAssignment 1 – Hungry Alligator
  • 13. Storyboard Summary
  • 14. Contemplate: Hungry Alligator
    Scientific classification
    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Chordata
    Class: Reptilia
    Order: Crocodilia
    Family: Alligatoridae
    Genus: Alligator
    Habitat
    Alligators are only native
    to the United States and
    China
  • 15. Contemplate: Hungry Alligator
    Behavior
    Although alligators have a heavy body and a slow metabolism, they are capable of short bursts of speed, especially in very short lunges.
    Diet
    When young, they eat fish, insects, snails, crustaceans, and worms. As they grow, they take progressively larger prey items, including larger fish such as gar, turtles, various mammals, birds, antelope and other reptiles.
  • 16. Contemplate: Hungry Alligator
    Human uses
    Alligators are raised commercially for their meat and skin, which is used for bags and shoes.
    Reproduction
    Alligators generally mature at a length of 6 feet (1.8 m).
    The mating season is in early spring.
  • 17. Contemplate: Hungry Alligator
    Sex
    The sex of the offspring is determined by the temperature in the nest and is fixed within 7 to 21 days of the start of incubation. Incubation temperatures of 86 °F (30 °C) or lower produce a clutch of females; those of 93 °F (34 °C) or higher produce entirely males.
    Baby alligators
    Baby alligators have an egg tooth that helps them get out of their egg during hatching time. They also have a muscular flat tail that propels them forward while they swim
  • 18. WeDo RoboticsAssignment 1 – Hungry Alligator