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Dwayne Wagner

One of the best robot dance off I've seen😮 #reelsviral #reels #viralreels #reelsvideo #video #tictok #dance #dancing #dancers #robot #dancelife #human

TikTok video from Dwayne Wagner (@waynedezzo): "One of the best robot dance off I've seen😮 #reelsviral #reels #viralreels #reelsvideo #video #tictok #dance #dancing #dancers #robot #dancelife #human". original sound.


original sound - Dwayne Wagner


HHOGene GPods

Is this still human? #dance #dancer #streetdance #robotdance #robot #fyp

1. 9K Likes, 26 Comments. TikTok video from HHOGene GPods (@hhogene): "Is this still human? #dance #dancer #streetdance #robotdance #robot #fyp". original sound.


original sound - HHOGene GPods



#robotdance #salah #dance #bestever #funnyvoice #omg #fy #fyp #fypシ #viral #dancing

7.6K Likes, 72 Comments. TikTok video from 1lachperdag (@1lachperdag): "#robotdance #salah #dance #bestever #funnyvoice #omg #fy #fyp #fypシ #viral #dancing". Best Robot Dance Ever + Most Funny Voice Ever =. origineel geluid.


origineel geluid - 1lachperdag



Part1 #dancer #robotdance #breakdance #fyp #viral #tiktok #share

498 Likes, 20 Comments. TikTok video from robertwhite91350 (@robertwhite91350): "Part1 #dancer #robotdance #breakdance #fyp #viral #tiktok #share". The best robot dancer out there 🫡. Love You So.


Love You So - The King Khan & BBQ Show


Philipp Pavicic

@vgngmng antworten I think my best Video 🤖 #dance #popping #foryou #viral #robot #fypシ

278 Likes, 28 Comments. TikTok video from Philipp Pavicic (@philipp.pavicic): "@vgngmng antworten I think my best Video 🤖 #dance #popping #foryou #viral #robot #fypシ". Kill EVERYBODY.


Kill EVERYBODY - Skrillex

Make a Dancing Robot


Lesson 1 of 15


WeDo 2.0 Core Set

Design and program a robot that performs a cultural dance, tells a story through dance, or dances in pairs or groups.


45-90 min.




Grades 1-5

This Maker lesson includes a whole range of possible Dancing Robot designs and performances. Students can explore a cultural dance, tell a story through dance, dance in pairs or groups, or even plan a dance party where WeDo 2.0 robots are more than just dancers!

Ensure that each student has a copy of the Student Worksheet for recording their design process. They will also need the LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 Core Set (one set for every two students is recommended).

Hand out the Student Worksheets and allow the students to interpret the lesson themselves, or read the Maker Connect text aloud to set the scene.

2. Find a Problem

As students look at the “connect” images and questions, facilitate a discussion to steer them toward a problem or new design opportunity. Once they have decided upon a problem to solve, ensure that they record this in some way. They can use the worksheet to help structure their project documentation or use their own preferred method to record their design journey.

3. Brainstorm

Students should initially work independently or in pairs, spending a few minutes to generate as many ideas as they can to solve the problem. They can use the bricks from the LEGO® set during the brainstorming process, or sketch out their ideas in the space provided on the worksheet.

It is important for students to spend time tinkering with the LEGO® bricks in order to generate ideas. The goal of tinkering is to explore as many solutions as possible. You can use the tinkering examples at the end of these materials for inspiration, or as a means for getting started.

Students can now take turns sharing their ideas within their groups. Once all of the ideas have been shared, each group should select the best idea(s) to make. Be prepared to help facilitate this process, ensuring that the students choose an idea that is possible to make. Encourage diversity, not all groups have to make the same thing.

4. Choose the Best Idea

Students should record up to three design criteria on their worksheets. They will refer to this again as they review and revise their solutions.

5. Go MAKE

Let the students carry out one of their group’s ideas using WeDo 2.0 and other materials as needed. Reinforce that students do not have to come up with the whole solution from the start.

During the making process, remind students to test and analyze their idea as they go, making improvements where necessary. If you want students to submit their documentation at the end of the lesson, ensure that they use sketches and photos of their models to record their design journey during the making stage of the lesson.

Tinkering Examples

Some students may need a little inspiration and scaffolding to help them get started.

Students can explore the Model Library to find inspiration for the different types of dances they can do. By asking questions (e.g., Do you want to make a dancing robot that spins? That walks? ), you can help lead the students to relevant models based on their ideas. Students can remix their models by adding or removing LEGO® elements and “costume” pieces.

Remixed from #13. Sweep

Remixed from #1. Wobble

6. Evaluate What You Have Made

Students will test and evaluate their designs against the design criteria they recorded before they started making their solutions. They can record notes on their Student Worksheets.

7. Present Your Model

Allow time for each student or student group to present what they have made to the class. A good way to do this is to set out a table large enough to display all of the models. If time is short, pair off the groups and have them present to each other.

8. Assessment

Students will use the Student Worksheet assessment rubric to evaluate their design work according to the ‘Four Bricks Scale’.

9. Tidy Up

Ensure that you leave approximately 10-15 minutes at the end of the lesson to break down the models and sort them back into the LEGO® boxes.

Teacher Support

After completing this lesson, students will have:
Defined a clear design need
Developed their ability to iterate and improve design solutions
Developed their problem-solving and communication skills
Used and understood the design process

LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 Core Set
WeDo 2.0 Software or Programming App

Use craft materials that you already have in your classroom to add another dimension to this lesson. Some materials could be:
Plastic or paper cups
Cardboard boxes
Egg cartons
Fabric or felt
Foam, pom-poms, or beads
Pipe cleaners

Introduction to the Maker LessonsMaker ConnectStudent Self-AssessmentClassroom Poster of the LEGO® Education Maker (Design) Process

Science and Engineering Practices
3-5-ETS1. 1, 3-5-ETS1-2, 3-5-ETS1-3

Disciplinary Core Ideas
ETS1.A, (3-5-ETS1-1)
ETS1.B, (3-5-ETS1-2), (3-5-ETS1-3)
ETS1.C, (3-5-ETS1-3)

Common Core State Standards
RI.5.1, RI.5.7, W.5.8

MP.2, MP.4

Student Material

Student Worksheet

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Peter Crouch - robot dance, video, best jokes, career, best goals - January 30, 2021

Peter Crouch ended his career in the summer of 2019, but there was an excellent reason to remember this unusual footballer, with very tall stature, very long and thin limbs and a phenomenal sense of self-irony. On January 30, Peter turned 40 years old.

“If you had told me at the age of 17 that I would play in the World Cups, play in the Champions League final, win the FA Cup and score over a hundred goals in the Premier League… I would not have believed you. It was an absolute dream,” he said after the end of his career.

Crouch has many great clubs on his resume: Tottenham, QPR, Portsmouth, Aston Villa, Norwich, Southampton, Liverpool, Stoke City, Burnley. Everywhere he was either an indispensable employee, or at least a “rotation player”. During his career, a football player with the growth of a basketball player scored 187 goals for his clubs. I also mixed 22 for the England national team - very high-quality numbers.

But Peter will not be remembered by numbers. Here's a quick flashback on Why We Love Crouches.

Playing football

Crouch has always been the hero of memes, positive banter and just jokes. Behind this, many people forgot that Peter is, as it were, a very good football player. Yes, not a superstar, but a high-quality, quite prolific forward. He even played at the top level - the England national team, Liverpool, Tottenham, the Champions League.

Stupidest cliché: Crouch could only play with his head. This is complete nonsense - Peter worked better with his legs than many technical hobbit forwards. Height did not prevent him from deftly handling the ball, screwing it into corners and even performing tricks. Not many people have scored the perfect hat-trick in their entire career - a goal with a right, a left, and a head. Also in the composition of the great club - Liverpool.

Crouch was an underrated but great striker.

He scored 53 goals with his head. This is a Premier League record - no one controlled the airspace as well as Crouch. But if you look at the total number of goals, 53 is not even a third of 187. Another proof is that Peter was in perfect order with his kicks.

Robot dance

Almost a registered trademark. In 2006, Crouch came up with his signature goal celebration, the robot dance. With his height, such a celebrity looked incredibly cute. The dance of the two-meter robot quickly became mega-popular in Britain and in general in the world. Everyone associated Crouch with him. Peter even performed it for Prince William when he visited the England team before the 2008 World Cup.

This is the whole charm of Crouch - he, of course, did not invent robo dancing. But Crouch showed the robot so charismatically that everyone dragged along. Burnley, having signed a contract with the veteran a year ago, even presented him with a video with a robot. Everyone immediately understood that it was about Crouch.

Great quotes, great jokes, great twitter

Crouch was everyone's favorite. Not only because many were delighted with “how such a tall girl plays football. It's also good." But also because Crouchy always gave out sincere, not stereotyped and just cool interviews. He said what he really thinks. And he didn’t pour water like most pro football players. Yes, and athletes in general.

“Who would I be if not for football? A virgin! Crouch's iconic phrase. 99 percent of his co-workers answered something banal like "don't know/cashier/accountant", but Peter's reaction is just top. As well as his self-irony.

Thanks to this revelation, Crouch was even officially recognized as the "funniest sportsman in Britain." Well, what, also a title.

His twitter is a collection of funny jokes, contagious videos and just positivity. Here is Crouch singing the Champions League anthem:

Encourages EA Sports to make his model in street football, which will appear in FIFA20.

Makes a great podcast, guests include Sergio Pizzorno, Kasabian guitarist.

He is glad that they finally released jeans specifically for his height. For only 500 thousand pounds.

"Calm down, I haven't done this in years" is a brilliant response to a serious Guardian post that robots could cause war.

Wrote the book "How to be a football player". She is sold out with a bang.

At the end of his career, Crouch will definitely not get lost in the world outside of football. For example, he already has his own mini-music festival. Liam Gallagher from Oasis also performed at it this year.

Check out Crouch's twitter for thousands of great tweets.

Stunning wife

After the phrase about a virgin, Crouch was still more respected - because his wife, hmm, is very beautiful. In the summer of 2011, Peter married Abby Clancy, whom he had dated for five years before. In the same year, daughter Sophia Ruby was born. In 2015, another girl was born - Liberty Rose. Well, in 2018, and the son, he was named Johnny. What's more, Abby is now pregnant again.

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So Crouch is a happy family man. Still, just look at his wife. It is logical that Abby is a professional model and TV presenter. She would be rich without her husband - her earnings exceed a million pounds a year. In 2006, Abby won the Next Top Model competition, one of the most prestigious in the world.

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Such a young lady was fascinated by a 201-centimeter tall, obviously not a model of male beauty. But Abby admitted that she "fell in love with Petey at first sight." Crouch and Clancy didn't always have everything perfect, they even forgave each other's infidelities - and saved the marriage.

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