Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis

Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
Drawing Conclusions Fingerprint Analysis
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Students will create their OWN fingerprint to be analyzed---likes and personalities traits.

You will set up a crime scene that matches one students fingerprint.

Students will work to INFER and DRAW CONCLUSIONS about the evidence at the crime scene.

Students will compare crime scene notes to suspects (classmates) fingerprints and select a prime suspect (the fingerprint that matches).

Included:

Teacher Step by Step Guide

Evidence Markers

Crime Scene Notes page

Fingerprint Analysis page

Suspect labels

Suspect/Not Suspect Notes page

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19 pages
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