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Teach your students how to be Forensic Entomologists! Learn to measure fly maggots and figure out the post-mortem interval (time since death).
Students learn from 12 interactive Google Slides, recording what they learn on the provided Notes Sheet. The Google Slides are - no direct instruction is needed.
Slides teach students:
- The life cycle of a fly
- Important forensic details about four species of flies
- How temperature impacts the life cycle of a fly
- How to measure maggots / pupa to figure out the age of a maggot
- How to use a fly growth chart to determine the PMI
Learning Slides build up student’s skills, asking them to:
- Drag and drop elements
- Circle the right answer
- Fill in the blank
- Complete short answer questions
Then students are ready to test their Forensic Entomology skills! Seventeen Entomology Activity slides challenge students with . They have a jar of maggots which they drag to a digital ruler and measure. Using the provided fly growth chart, case information, and temperature data, they figure out the post mortem interval.
This activity is appropriate for even more sensitive students - there are no actual photos of decaying corpses.
NO PREP! are provided for the learning slides and the activity slides.
A teacher guide is included with tips for how to best use the resource, sharing the slides, and ideas to make grading easier!
Need more Forensics Death Investigation resources?
- - NO PREP! Everything your students need to learn what happens to a body after death, and then use those skills to estimate when Zelda died. Was it accidental death, or murder??
- - a fun documentary that students always enjoy! The Body Farm, located in TN, is home to a few dozen donated bodies, where Forensic Scientists go to learn about human decomposition.
- - Interactive Google Slides teaches your students about Time Since Death, Manner and Cause of Death, and the job of the Medical Examiner. Includes an activity and Google Form review questions. The resource can be 100% digital, and no prep.
- There are many ways to use this resource in your class to reinforce learning about autopsies, entomology, cause of death, and time since death. Digital and Print options!
- : Learn the five stages of decomposition to determine the time since death (post mortem interval). A great addition to your Forensics Death Investigation unit! This is designed to be a student independent activity, no direct instruction is needed!
- Teach the terms used by Forensic Pathologists / Medical Examiners when they perform an Autopsy! Interactive Google Slides, Printable Notes and Hands on Activity!
- : Students learn how to measure maggots to determine the time since death! Digital activity - no prep!
- Teach your students how to be Forensic Anthropologists! Learn to read bones and determine gender, height and age. Then solve a Missing Person Case!
More Forensic Science resources from Science of Curiosity!
- - Learn the basics by exploring a crime scene!
- Students learn and practice the art of Forensic Photography
- - NO PREP
- - Student centered, learn by doing
- - find the perfect Forensic Files video for every topic
- - FREE
- Increase literacy in your Forensic Science Class!
- - NO PREP students choose a career and follow the 100 pt rubric to create a digital poster