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Forensics 6

November 20, 2018 | Leave a Comment

We are starting to wrap-up our Evidence unit! We have a couple more types to examine before we move onto our next unit. Students are applying their knowledge thus far to a forensic science novel study. We are reading the book Framed which is about a Forensic Investigator that has been framed for a murder. He has […]

We are now finished our first unit (Crime Scenes) and are continuing to work on our second unit (Evidence). We have looked at different types of evidence, fingerprints, and are in the middle of looking at blood as evidence. Today we will complete a Blood Spatter lab and move onto other types of evidence later […]

This week in Forensic Science 6, we have continued working on our Whodunnit projects and have been examining the Whodunnit tv series as a learning tool for examining crime scenes. Most students are now done the project. Those students who are not yet done have arranged a plan to finish it during class time We […]

Forensic Science 6

September 28, 2018 | Leave a Comment

In Forensics 6, we started working on our Whodunnit project. We will continue working on this over the next few classes as we continue to watch the Whodunnit television series to grasp a better understanding of the many aspects of Forensic Science. We will discuss a due date for this project during our next class.

This week in Forensic Science 6, we have been busy working on the following: Monday: Introduction to Forensic Science notes Whodunnit — finish episode 1, start episode 2, and discussion surrounding potential suspects Wednesday:  Crime Scene notes Crime Scene vocabulary

This week in Forensic Science 6, we worked on the following: Wednesday: Course Outline Classroom policies/procedures/expectations Get to know you activities Friday: Introduction to Forensic Science — what does a Forensic Scientist do? Fingerprinting