The students became acquainted with what programming and language means the robots recognize. They worked in two teams and received more tasks, programming the robot to move left and right, to stop ... and others. At the end when students were already able to make robots to cooperate, a fight was organized, the robot remaining in the ring being the winner. Surely everyone gained experience and had a lot of fun.
Students learned that robot’s language is different from people’s language and that it is important to know what we want precisely because robots were programmed to do what you ask for. So the students learned that behind each robot there is actually a bright mind that has analytical thinking and mathematics and masters the simple notions of human-robot communication. The most important thing is that they worked, they were upset when the robot did not listen to them and enjoyed when they won or succeeded.