A comprehensive outline for a robotics course offered by INNOBOTS targeted at students from grades 6 to 10.

Course Curriculum

Course Title: Introduction to Robotics for Grades 6-10

Course Duration: 20 Classes

  1. Introduction
    • Overview of the course objectives and expectations.
  2. Basics of Robotics
    • Understanding what robotics entails, its history, and its significance in today’s world.
  3. Basics of Electronics
    • Fundamental principles of electronics necessary for understanding robotics.
  4. Introduction to Components
    • Identification and understanding of various components used in robotics.
  5. Understanding Gears
    • Explanation of gears and their role in robotics and mechanical systems.
  6. Basic Laws of Physics
    • Introduction to fundamental physics laws relevant to robotics.
  7. Connection Between Physics Laws and Robotics
    • Exploring how physics laws influence the design and operation of robots.
  8. Real-Life Examples
    • Examination of real-world applications of robotics across different industries.
  9. Types of Robotic Projects
    • Overview of various types of robotics projects and their characteristics.
  10. Making Simple Robotics
    • Hands-on experience in building basic robotic systems.
  11. 5 Live Projects
    • Practical application of knowledge through supervised projects.
  12. Understanding Complex Robotics and Applications
    • Exploration of advanced robotic systems and their real-world applications.
  13. 5 Live Projects
    • Continuation of practical projects with increasing complexity.
  14. Designing a New Project
    • Guidance on conceptualizing and planning an original robotics project.
  15. Understanding Code for Any Project
    • Introduction to programming languages and concepts relevant to robotics.
  16. Domestic and Industrial Use of Robotics
    • Analysis of how robotics is utilized in both household and industrial settings.
  17. Designing an Embedded System
    • Understanding the integration of hardware and software in robotics.
  18. Emerging Technologies in Robotics
    • Exploration of cutting-edge technologies shaping the future of robotics.
  19. Future of Robotics
    • Speculation on future trends and developments in the field of robotics.
  20. Applications in Different Fields
    • Examination of how robotics is applied across various industries and disciplines.

This curriculum provides a structured approach to introducing students to robotics concepts, from the basics to more advanced topics, while also offering hands-on experience through live projects.