Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)

Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)
Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)
Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)
Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)
Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)
Unit/Daily Lesson Plan 7: Drugs and the Law (Toxicology)
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Make teaching Forensics easy with this fully editable combined unit and daily lesson plan that covers 7 blocks or 14 periods of a secondary forensic science course. 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 vocabulary words, essential questions, activating strategies, instructional strategies, and summarizing strategies are included and highlighted. Use the unit test provided in "Best for Teachers" TPT store for an easy, ready-made assessment. Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:

Content Standards:

  • SFS1b: Distinguish and categorize … trace evidence (fibers…)
  • SFS2b: Analyze the morphology and types of hair, fibers, soil, and glass.

Literacy Standards:

  • L11-12RST2: Determine the central ideas of conclusions of a text; summarize complex concepts, processes, or information presented in a text by paragraphing them in simpler but still accurate terms.
  • L11-12RST3: Follow precisely a complex multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks; analyze the specific results based on explanations in the text.
  • L11-12RST8: Evaluate the hypotheses, data, analysis, and conclusions in a science or technical text, verifying the data when possible and corroborating or challenging conclusions with other sources of information.

Content Objectives (TSWBAT):

  • Classify the types of illicit drugs and their negative effects.
  • Describe IR, UV-VIS spectroscopy, and GC-MS, and explain how they are used in forensic science.

Language Objectives:

  • Discuss the federal penalties for possession and use of controlled substances.
  • Read documented case studies describing the legal aspects of violent behavior that is linked to the use of prescribed drugs.
  • Write, discuss, and use key vocabulary appropriately.

Key Vocabulary: hallucinogens, analgesics, designer drugs, spectrophotometry, plasma, presumptive test, metabolism, immiscible, spectroscopy

Key vocabulary words learned in this unit include: hallucinogens, analgesics, designer drugs, spectrophotometry, plasma, presumptive test, metabolism, immiscible, and spectroscopy. This resource will save you hours of planning time. Simply add your class title and upload or print for your own lesson plans.

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