Learn robotics in English

From Lego to Logistics
Free tutorial
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (4 ratings)
837 students
31min of on-demand video

nature of vibration
what a robot is like
how to program a model
how to describe a model and a process


  • pre-intermediate level of English needed


In this course you will find out about modern robotic environment. This course has been compounded together with a famous teacher of robotics from Ukraine, Svitlana Dankevich and done so well that if your English level is pre-intermediate you can develop your skills further especially if you haven't decided on your future profession yet. You will get to know about nature of vibration and what a Mebius strip is like, how far coding comes back and why programing is so popular nowadays, who was the founder of the Lego company and how to make a sensory toy. You will learn some interesting facts from the history of robotics and English grammar and what is more you will be able to make a model description on your own. This course consists of two sections. In the Introduction section you will get to know Svitlana Dankevich more closer not only as a teacher but also as a beginner English learner. In the second section called "From Lego to Logistics" you will get familiar with a vocabulary on Lego and Amazon robots, the structure of a model description and such an interesting invention as mind-controlled robots. You will have a good opportunity for checking your knowledge on adjective clauses and practicing model descriptions.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner developers and English learners interested in basic robotics


English teacher
Larisa Chernova
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 7 Reviews
  • 1,974 Students
  • 2 Courses

l started as a school teacher and have 17-year-old experience of teaching English to students to all ages and levels. Then I worked for a publishing company adapting stories and fairy tales to school levels. Currently, l'm addressing a need students have in communication  and going to take Cambridge TKT exam.

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