*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet. As of March 2016, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which could make it ideal for computer lab or homework assignments (technology access provided).
*Forensic Files: Capitol Crimes (Season 11, Episode 12)
A 13-question worksheet to accompany this video documenting how police and forensic scientists in Pennsylvania tracked down the vehicle in a fatal hit and run and managed to find evidence months after the crime.
Questions on the assignment go in order and will help students remain focused on key science topics. Two extended response questions are on the back of the worksheet (description and compare/contrast) which are perfect for reflection and discussion at the conclusion of the video.
DOC & PDF VERSIONS: This worksheet is provided as an MS-Word document (DOC) so you can edit any questions/content to better fit the needs of your students. A PDF version is also provided for ease of use/printing on any technology.
*Besides You Tube, the video needed for viewing can be purchased through a variety of sellers both as physical media or through streaming viewing (including Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu - availability does change).
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