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This forensics research project contains a PDF handout for students that guides them through the criteria of their research into the history of forensic investigation. Students can use any reliable sources to find dates and events throughout history that allow them to create a timeline as the final
Need a digital alternative to the traditional History of Forensics Timeline Project? Look no further! This Google Slides presentation is a no-prep digital option, complete with an editable rubric for easy grading.What's Included:3 Page Google Slides Digital Timeline Project (Title page, student inst
8th - 12th
Ready to use activity for your students to be successful in creating a Medical or Forensic Career Poster. Whether creating the poster on paper from scratch, using one of our printable templates, or created digitally with our PowerPoint templates - Every student can be successful in completing this a
This fun and easy lab introduces students to the Bertillon Measuring System that was used before fingerprints. It is low cost and just requires meter sticks & cloth rulers for students to measure. Furthermore, students get the measurements of a “thief” in the room and have to figure out who it c
9th - 12th
12 Vocabulary is a fantastic review activity that requires students to match 12 words, 12 definitions and 12 pictures regarding the history of forensics. This is a great initial activity after introducing the students to their vocabulary words in the unit. A student sheet, the 12 vocabulary cards (w
10th - 12th
This PowerPoint provides a brief history of Forensic Science.
10th - 12th
Forensic Science bell ringers (in PowerPoint & Google Forms) for the entire school year!This resource provides teachers with an entire school year of no-prep, Forensic Science themed PowerPoint & Google Presentation Slides. Save time & valuable energy...all the work has been done for you
This Forensic Science project allows students to show off all of the CSI skills they have learned. They are tasked with creating and processing their own mini murder scene. Resource IncludesFull Teaching guide (see preview)Detailed rubric for the Diorama, Written portion and Presentation with link t
Engage your Forensics students with The Case of Hester Higginbotham, a CHAIN-OF-CUSTODY AND EVIDENCE COLLECTION Lab Investigation Activity! Present your students with a mystery- Who killed Hester Higginbotham and where was the primary crime scene?From year to year, my Forensics students RAVE about t
Everything you need to teach DNA Fingerprinting as Forensic Evidence! NO PREP - Digital and Paper options for distance learning or in class! DNA Evidence teaching slides, notes sheets, DNA Fingerprinting Digital Model activity, and Project!Teaching Slides: Forty one Google Slides! Topics covered:Wha
9th - 12th
This Forensics Project demonstrates the power of DNA testing as evidence. It will give students the chance to learn about the work of the Innocence Project: a non-profit group that helps people who have been wrongfully imprisoned. The Innocence Project has led to nearly 400 people being released fro
Forensic Science Article : Fingerprint HistoryGrades: 9-12This assignment is perfect for class work and discussion, homework, or extra credit.The assignment is a 2-page article that highlights the origin of fingerprint use in forensics and some of the first cases where fingerprints proved useful in
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Provide an engaging Forensics lab that assesses your students' skills over Fingerprint Analysis with The Case of the Teacher's Lounge Thief- an investigative lab activity that allows your students to take on the role of a fingerprint examiner in order to solve a crime. Your students will LOVE this
This packet is a collection of questions, writing prompts, and research paper rubrics to accompany the movie The Silence of the Lambs. This is an appropriate movie for upper high school and college classes with a focus on either psychology or forensic-behavioral sciences.The movie is necessary for
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
"Crack the Code" is an escape room style activity for use in your forensics classroom or as part of any unit on fingerprinting. It contains 9 puzzles (plus a handful of bonus puzzles), covering the basic concepts of fingerprinting. Students must find hidden keys, use decoder wheels, and discover hi
7th - 12th, Higher Education
Learn Forensic Fingerprint Identification! No prep - Fingerprint Learning Slides are student independent, perfect for both in class and distance learning. Your students will learn:The history of Forensic FingerprintsHow the Bertillon System worked, and why it didn’t workImportance of Fingerprints in
Make teaching Forensics easy with this Unit Plan 1 bundle! SIOP, gifted, and differentiation strategies are embedded and easily identified throuought. Lessons are differnetiated accoding to learning style, grouping, and language ability. Both content and literacy standards as well as key vocabular
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is an informational reading article about the murder of Julius Caesar. This is a perfect assignment to use as a "Bell Ringer" or "5 Minute Reading/Writing" type of activity. It also works well as a substitute teaching assignment or extra credit. The information is from the History Channel's web
Don't spend time creating your own notes sheets! All of the work has been done for you. These FINGERPRINT SCIENCE DOODLES are the perfect compliment to your next Fingerprint lesson. They are a fun and engaging addition to your lesson and the NO-PREP, print and go option makes it perfect for busy tea
Make teaching Forensics easy with this complete Forensics Unit 14 Bundle that includes:Forensics Unit Plan 14: Human Remains (Forensic Anthropology)Forensics Unit 14 PPT: Human RemainsForensics Unit 14.1 All-in-One Lab Activity & Review Worksheet: Overview of the SkeletonForensics Anthropology U
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This engaging PowerPoint goes over the history of law enforcement, from the tithing system, hue and cry, the shire-reeve, watch and ward, Bow Street Runners, Sir Robert Peel to August Vollmer. In addition, the 3 eras of policing (Political, Professional, & Community) are included as well as the
I summarize a variety of Infamous Cases with my Forensic students. This is a printable with a summary, questions and answers related to John Wayne Gacy. I will post several more summaries in the future.
10th - 12th, Higher Education
This is an introductory research project in the field of Toxicology. It will have your students researching new and old cases to see how past poisonings happened and how laws have changed because of it. This project is a great way to get your students interested in Toxicology.
History of Criminal Law notes that clearly outlines the history of criminal law, including ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Jewish, Chinese, Indian, Islamic, French and English laws and systems of justice. The PowerPoint includes engaging pictures and gifs for each slide. There are also two different

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