WWII Circuit Map

by Chibitronics Community in Classroom

Published on September 1, 2017

Tags : Engineering, Social Studies

This project lets students create a circuit map of Europe during WWII. Using different circuits, students can identify which countries were Allied, Axis, or neutral. This lesson plan was designed by Jacquelyn Nickey.

Additional Images

Materials

Printed maps of Europe during WWII
Chibitronics LED Stickers
Copper Tape
Binder Clips
Batteries

Tools

iPad

Chibitronics Products

Classroom Pack of Red, Yellow and Blue LED stickers
Copper Tape
Grades
High School
Estimated Time
120 mins
Lesson Objective

Identify which countries are allied, axis or neutral in WWII.

Standards

Please see attached lesson for specifics.
ISTE Standards 1-6

Additional Resources
https://chibitronics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Circuit-Map-Lesson-Plan-Revised-1.pdf

Instructions

1. Demonstrate how to build sample circuit (parallel circuit).

2. Share maps of WWII Europe.

3. Have students identify which countries are Allied, Axis, or Neutral countries.

4. Create two circuits, one identifying Allied countries and the Axis countries.

 

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