This class will meet every Thursday 1pm-3pm CST on June 10-July 1. You are lost1 / 30June 10, 2021July 1, 2021
This class will meet every Friday 6pm-8pm CST on June 11-July 2. You are lost in3 / 31June 11, 2021July 2, 2021
This class will meet every Wednesday 1pm-3pm CST on June 9-30. You are lost in t3 / 31June 9, 2021June 30, 2021
This class will meet every Tuesday 9am-11am CST on June 8-29. You are lost in ti3 / 31June 8, 2021June 29, 2021
This class will meet every Monday 9am-11am CST on June 7-28. You are lost in tim3 / 31June 7, 2021June 28, 2021You are lost in time! Use your knowledge of Native American history to solve the puzzles, and escape back to the present time. Game/Play Project-Based STEM Online courses Minecraft
NSS-USH.K-4.4 THE HISTORY OF PEOPLES OF MANY CULTURES AROUND THE WORLD Understands selected attributes and historical developments of societies in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
- Solve the puzzles to unlock each of the four Breakout EDU locks.
Guiding IdeasDownload the Minecraft world attached to this lesson. After logging in to the game, do the following 1. Click “Play” 2. Click “Import” 3. Find and click on the world you downloaded in your download folder (or wherever you saved it) 4. The world will show up in your list in Minecraft Education Edition - Click on it to launch the world.
Student ActivitiesPUZZLE 1 (Directional Lock): As the players enter the cave they will likely notice cave drawings on the walls. The drawings (there are five of them) are all pointing in a direction - entering the correct direction in the order that the paintings are found will help the player open the directional lock. PUZZLE 2 (3 Digit Lock): As players exit the time travel section, they are presented with a tour guide explaining they need to use language to help them open the 3 digit lock. In the chest in front of them, through the link on the NPC, or in the hut in the back, they find out the words on the signs on the trees represent numbers. Using this as a solution, they can solve each math problem to obtain the solution. PUZZLE 3 (4 Digit Lock): For this puzzle, players need to figure out using the tour guides that the tools likely available to Native Americans in the 1500s will help them discover the solution. These items are the stone axe, leather pelt, bow, and bone. By using the guidestone, they need to discover that each rotation position of the arrow below each tool corresponds to a number 1-8. When they rotate each arrow to the correct position, the lamp will light and stay lit. Entering these four numbers into the lock will open it. PUZZLE 4 (Word lock): Players will find themselves in a neighborhood of five homes. Each home has a check with an item. This item name starts with a letter that is part of the solution. Or, the number of items in the stack corresponds to that letter in the alphabet. The dot sign on top of the door corresponds to the position of each letter. Combining these letters forms the word to open the lock.
Performance ExpectationsPuzzle One Coordinates: 198 65 -188 Lock Type: Directional Puzzle Two Coordinates: -72, 63, -119 Lock Type: Three Digit Puzzle Three Coordinates: -6, 63, 799 Lock Type: Four Digit Puzzle Four Coordinates: -50, 64, 1372 Lock Type: Five Letters
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