Forensics

crimescenetapeLooking for activities and resources to use in your Forensics course?  The following are suitable for any high school setting, whether it is a full-year course, or a unit within another science class.  Click on a topic below to find out more.

Implementing Mock Crime Scene – a full introduction to creating a mock crime scene that includes scenarios, student handouts, forms, etc.

Introduction to Forensics

Introduction to Forensics – a free prezi lecture or a PowerPoint presentation with a note guide for students to fill in.  This is a great introduction for a course in Forensics or a unit within another science course!

Laws & Evidence – a free prezi lecture that introduces the types of evidence, criminal vs. civil law, etc. with a note guide for students to fill in.

Crime Scene Protocols

Crime Scene Protocols – a free prezi lecture presentation with a note guide for students to fill in

Fingerprint & Impression Evidence

Fingerprint Evidence Inspiration – a list of resources and videos for teachers

Hair & Fiber Evidence

Hair & Fiber Evidence Inspiration – a list of resources for teachers

Human Remains Evidence

Forensic Pathology – a free prezi lecture on determining time of death and cause of death using Algor Mortis, Rigor Mortis, and Livor Mortis.  Also, the steps of an autopsy are given.  A powerpoint and student note guide are available as well.

Virtual Autopsy Activity – great, easy activity that students will enjoy.  Great sub plan activity too!

DNA Evidence

DNA Evidence Inspiration – a list of resources for teachers

DNA Evidence Lecture – a free prezi lecture on DNA evidence that includes gel electrophoresis and amplifying a DNA sample using polymerase chain reaction (PCR)  A powerpoint and student note guide are available as well.

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