Aug 20th First Day of School
Standard:
H.E.1A.8 Obtain and evaluate scientific information to (1) answer questions, (2) explain or
describe phenomena, (3) develop models, (4) evaluate hypotheses, explanations, claims, or
designs or (5) identify and/or fill gaps in knowledge. Communicate using the conventions and
expectations of scientific writing or oral presentations by (1) evaluating grade-appropriate
primary or secondary scientific literature, or (2) reporting the results  of student experimental
investigations.
Send home parent letter Discuss on Tuesday
Parent
letter Parent
Discuss
EAGLES Motto for video
complete
student information sheet
Scavenger hunt
Classroom Procedures
Homework: bring a notebook, sign parent letter, finish student
information sheets

Aug 21st
Bellringer-evaluate the picture and answer the questions below:
(in your notebook)
Evaluate this
picture and answer this question
  • Would you share this?
  • Do you care if it is real or not?
  • Is it real? How do you know?
How to make a lab notebook
Word Wall How to do it.....
Eagles Matrix video ideas
Unit 1
(All work goes into notebook)
Forensic
science standards
What is
STEAM?
Lab
Safety   Have signed and put into notebook
How to
evaluate information
Activity fact vs. opinion lesson instructions
Warm Up


Aug 22nd
Bellringer Albert
Continue Fact vs opinion activity
  • Part 3 Read article on worms
  • Part 4 complete News blog questions
  • Part 5 Read the voting MEME
  • Part 5 evaluate the meme using the evaluation tool
Homework: (due tomorrow Aug 23rd) find a meme or news story
that either you shared or someone you know did. Check it for
veracity using the evaluation tool in your notebook. Be prepared
to share your conclusions.

Aug 23rd
Bell ringer
evaluate this meme in notebook
Remember to label each page in your notebook!!!
Do not forget to update the table of contents....
Add the standard below to Unit 1 cover page
The drawing of inferences or conclusions from known or assumed facts.
When solving a problem, one must understand the question, gather all pertinent
facts, analyze the problem i.e. compare with previous problems (note similarities
and differences), perhaps use pictures or formulas to solve the problem. Logical
reasoning and deductive versus inductive reasoning will be explored.
Notes inductive vs deductive reasoning
complete guided questions at end of note powerpoint
Examples of Deductive vs. Inductive reasoning for the GQ
Test your inductive
reasoning skills






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The drawing of inferences or conclusions from known or assumed facts.
When solving a problem, one must understand the question, gather all pertinent
facts, analyze the problem i.e. compare with previous problems (note similarities
and differences), perhaps use pictures or formulas to solve the problem. Logical
reasoning and deductive versus inductive reasoning will be explored.
Notes inductive vs deductive reasoning
complete guided questions at end of note powerpoint
Examples of Deductive vs. Inductive reasoning for the GQ

Jan 24th
Read Unwind
Continue deductive vs inductive reasoning
Gizmo Inductive reasoning
complete mastery of guided questions
Class discussion bias in an investigation

Jan 25th
Read Unwind
continue mastery of reasoning questions
Continue Gizmo Patterns
Complete deductive reasoning puzzle
when finished
complete logic puzzle

Jan 26th
Read Unwind
Complete all previous work before moving on:
  • Finish mastery on reasoning
  • complete patterns gizmo
  • complete logic puzzle

After completion of Mastery and previous work:
What is bias?
Unit Test Wednesday concerning reasoning, Unwind, fact and
opinion, and ethics in forensics.

Jan 29th
Read Unwind
Complete logic puzzles
How to tell
fact from fiction
How to separate fact from opinion

Jan 30th
Read Unwind
Be prepared to address one of these ethical dilemmas
continue discussion fact vs fiction
test review
finish all work for notebook if you have been absent

Jan 31st
Read Unwind
test
notebook check

Feb 1st
Read Unwind
return Test
Begin Crime scene basics Notes
Crime Scene
Basics Note guided questions
Notes Basic Crime Scene
Guided Questions Crime scene
Assign Crime scene project dues Feb 12th

Feb 2nd
Read Unwind
Guided
Questions Crime scene advanced
Notes Crime scene continued
Work on crime scene project

Feb 5th
Read Unwind
Prepare for station day
discuss crime scene procedures
work on crime scene project

Feb 6th
station day

Feb 7th
Add learning goal to cover page
Controlling the movement of persons at the crime
scene and limiting the number of persons who enter the crime scene
is essential to maintaining scene integrity, safeguarding evidence and
minimizing contamination.
Read
continue crime scene procedures and guided questions
mastery finished today
Crime scene
procedure manual
Give out sheets for notebooks crime scene procedure
play the
crime scene game
work on crime scene project

Feb 8th
read
work on crime scene game turn in when complete
work on crime scene project

Feb 9th
read
work on crime scene game
work on crime scene project
Crime scene manual safety guided questions

Feb 12th
read
take up crime scene game
continue crime scene project
check mastery for safety guided questions
Guided
questions securing persons at the scene
finish mastery secure the crime scene
continue crime scene project if needed
Guided questions for
persons at the crime scene

Feb 14th
Read
Check mastery for Persons at the crime scene
Guided questions
managing the witnesses
Notes managing the witnesses
I
nterview role play
Keneka Jenkins
footage for interview lesson
Keneka
Jenkins Analysis of conspiracies

Feb 15th
Read Unwind
Continue guided questions managing witnesses
Keneka Jenkins
New York times
Daytime bank robbery
witness interview practice
Funny
crime scene experience
Test friday Responding officers
Practice

Feb 16th
read
ACT finish types of questions video
ACT passage 3 question 1
Crime scene assessment begins today (test)
Assessment rubric
Crime scene
collection techniques
Guided questions
evidence collection
finish crime scene project

Feb 19th
Read
Crime scene assessment
continue mastery of crime scene procedures
How to
make a bindle
forensic
evidence log sheet
paper
evidence bags
Actual
crime scene work
Notes crime
scene procedures

Feb 20th
read
crime scene assessment continues
continue crime scene guided questions
Notebook 3
grading rubric
notes
collection of evidence
Viewing log complete Crime 360

Feb 21st
Sub work
History of forensics timeline
Another version of
science timeline
  • Compare the two timelines and list all examples of items not
    included on both timelines. Discuss for each why you think it
    was not included. Turn in comparisons and timelines. You
    may write on the timelines.

Feb 22nd
Read
Continue evidence collection guided questions

Feb 23rd
read
Work on projects for crime scene

Feb 26th
read
Evidence
collection activity part 1

Feb 27th
Sub work

Feb 28th
Read
Evidence collection activity part 2

March 1st
Sub work
Guided
questions photography
Notes photography

March 2nd
Sub work
Watch Crime
360 final call
Complete
viewing log as you watch

March 5th
Read
Review Subwork
Complete evidence activity

March 6th
Read Unwind
Verify if locations for evidence samples were correct
Review Forensic photography part 1
ended notes at depth of field


March 7th
Read
Go over guided questions photography part 1
Finished to types of photos in chart
Learn the parts of the camera
take a photo of mock crime scene

March 8th
sub work
Watch Murdock
Mysteries Season 1 episode 9 "Bellyspeaker"
Complete
Bellyspeaker videosheet

March 9th
Read
Finish photography chart from guided questions 1
Steps 1-8 photos of the scene in notebook
Get to know our
forensics camera
Guided questions
photography part 2 forensics
complete mock crime scene photos
discuss polarized light
Information polarized light

March 12th
Learning goals:
  • Describe the types of physical evidence typically
    encountered at a property crime scene.
  • Define Locard's Exchange Principle.
  • Describe types of trace and biological evidence.
  • Explain the importance of maintaining the integrity of
    physical evidence.
  • Describe the process used to secure and investigate a crime
    scene.
  • Describe the importance of scene documentation in
    successful case resolution.
read
finish photography guided questions
review crime scene
collection techniques
Paint
evidence collection and analysis
  • Make 3 photos of a crime scene overview, midrange, close
    up with labels and ruler for close up
Begin polarized light photos
Finish guided questions photography part 2

March 13th
Read
Crime
scene sketching notes
  • Different prople are in different places..you need to finish all:
Continue crime scene photo making
guided questions photography part 1 and 2 check for mastery
polarized light photos
finish famous crime scene project

  • When finished with all of the above sketch crime scene...see
    me for supplies

March 14th
Greenworrd Genetics center
Gel electrophoresis Lab

March 15th
Test tomorrow
Finish all of these activites:
crime scene photos
polarized light photo
crime scene project
guided questions photography part 1 and 2
crime scene sketch


March 19th
Read
Finish rough and finished sketches
Notes fingerprinting
Notes
worksheet fingerprinting
fingerprint
activity worksheet

March 20th
Read
Go to lab to edit polarized pictures
Fingerprint
art activity
Fingerprint lab

March 21st
read
hang up polarized pictures
begin fingerprint art
continue fingerprint lab

March 23rd
read
continue fingerprint art
Henry fingerprint classification

March 26th
read
fingerprint art hung up
latent print notes

March 27th
read
STEAM art activity

March 28th
STEAM art activity

March 29th
read
finish fingerprint notes
review

March 30th
test fingerprint-identify latent print

March 31st
sub work

Spring Break

April 9th
read
review
Hair notes
Hair
notes sheet
Hair
lab worksheet

April 10th
Sub work

April 11th
Hair lab
More
hair examples
Identify collected hair
When finished work on STEAM Garden plans

April 12th
Read
Finish your personal hair lab
Complete 4 animal hair observations and turn in lab
Work on STEAM Garden layout
If finished with all above: Use these
notes to answer below
In notebook:
Draw 5 different medulla patterns
Draw 5 ways body hair is different form head hair...or describe
Make a tree disgram describing racial differences in hair
Make a compare and contrast chart human vs animal hair

April 13th
read
Whole class work:
notes on fibers (see hair notes)
complete notes worksheet (see hair notes)
Detailed fiber information
Notes should be taken in notebook

Differentiated:
1) finish animal hair lab
2) STEAM garden drawings finished
3) recipe completed for creating Viable vittles (change it?)
4) create packaging
5) Complete
fiber webquest
6)
complete fiber lab-use clothes from the clothes closet. Pull a
fiber and draw what it looks like in the microscope. Then label it
for the type of fiber it is from the clothes label. Use 3 natural and
thre synthetic fibers.

April 16th
Whole Class;
read
Notes Fibers
Notes go into notebooks

Differentiated:
1) Make Sustain-a-ball prototype
2) begin labels and containers
5) Complete
hair lab for test grade

April 17th
Sub Work
Complete fiber webquest
Forensic files complete viewing log

April 18th
Whole class:
Read
Notes fibers in notebook

Differentiated instruction:
1)
   complete fiber lab-use clothes from the clothes closet. Pull a
fiber and draw what it looks like in the microscope. Then label it
for the type of fiber it is from the clothes label. Use 3 natural and
three synthetic fibers.
2) Finish fiber webquest
3) calculate nutritional content
4) finish STEAM Garden drawing

April 19th
STEAM work
Work on Mullinax Crime scene packets

April 20th
Watch Mom Missing

April 23rd
read
finish hair and fiber examination if needed.
finish steam drawings
Know this!!!! for hair and fibers
1) Questions To Ask When Examining Hair Evidence
a. What is the probability that the association (or elimination) was due only to coincidence?
b. What is the probability that the association (or elimination) was due to examiner error?
c. What is the probability that there is an alternative explanation for the evidence?
Examples: a. A secondary transfer
b. A deliberate planting of evidence
2) Read the Wayne Williams story and complete evidence table
answer the above questions about the wayne williams case and
then decide why the jury made its decision.

April 24th
Read
hair and
fiber challenge
find real examples of hair or fiber in the challenge
draw examples in notebook
finish Wayne Williams case
Complete Wayne Williams worksheet

April 25th
Read
Finish fiber identification from research and add to notebook
Be able to identify these hairs and fibers
raccoon, horse, human, dog, cat, goat
rayon, cotton, wool, acrylic, polyester, nylon
complete burn test on fibers

begin blood
basics notes
blood
notes sheet

April26th
Read
finish blood basics notes
play blood
typing game
Blood typing game
What is a
pedigree and how is it used in forensics?

April 27th
Read
Complete
pedigree mystery


April 30
Read
Hair and
fiber challenge
Blood stain
science notes
After notes
watch this video
Blood stain
note taking sheet and lab
Angle
guide for lab
Before lab part
5 watch this video

May 1st
Read
Complete lab 2 and 3 blood stains

May2nd
Read
Complete lab 3 and 4 blood stains
Watch Forensic files blood trail

May 3rd
Read
Complete lab 4 and 5
Finish Forensic files

May4th
Read
Complete Blood
stain mystery

May 7th
Read
Give out role play assignments
What is GPS?
What is geocaching?
Find the geocache

May 8th
Sub work
Exam review

May 9th
Read
Handwriting analysis notes
Handwriting analysis activity















































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Notebook instructions
More
notebook information
Lab
Safety Contract

Aug 23rd
Review Standard HE1A3
finish scavenger hunt
finish notebooks
Lab
Safety Contract signed
Make safety pictures
Scientific
method vs engineering design notes

Aug 24th
Continue with Standard HE1A3
Find link to table of contents on home page
check notebooks
check safety contracts
Problem: People believe some pretty strange things
Question: Can you prove or disprove an old wives tale?
Venn diagram scientific method vs engineering
Scientific method organizer
Engineering design organizer
Scientific
method vs engineering design notes
Venn diagram
Old
Wives Tale Lesson

Aug 25th
Review scientific method
Deductive vs inductive reasoning
Continue Old wives tale
write hypothesis
complete experimental design

Aug 28th
How do we use patterns to determine solutions?
complete
Pattern Gizmo
Difference between deductive and inductive reasoning
Finish
deduction vs. induction discussion take quiz
another example
Sherlock excerpts
Sherlock
holmes mistake

Aug 29th
Finish sci meth worksheet page 19 in notebook
Page 20 definitions reasoning and sci meth and safety
Test Friday
Complete Gizmo Patterns
finish logic puzzle

Aug 30th
What were some milesstones in the history of forensics?
mini mystery
Forensic syllabus

Review inductive reasoning recognizing patterns
Test tomorrow

Aug 31st
Reading log Unwind
Why are ethics and important component of forensic work?

Use your fact from
fiction knowledge
Forensic timeline choose two to represent on class timeline
Notes
Introduction to forensics
Poisons video matthew orfila (toxicologist)
scientific method webquest
Anthony Bertolloni Anthropomometry
Fingerprints Francis Galton
Leon
Lattes blood typing
Charlie
chaplin introduction
Calvin
Goddard ballistics
Albert
Osborne questioned documents
review scientific method with this
virtual lab scientific method
review these notes
Notes
Introduction to forensics

Sept 1
How has forensics played an important part in Us History?
Test safety, scientific method, ethics
After test create timeline donations (2 scientists)

Sept 5th
Read Unwind
Finish Timeline Work


Sept 6th
Read Unwind
How have crime scene dramas changed the way society views
forensics?
Complete crime
scene drama activity
Complete timeline work
Discuss introduction of forensics (see above for powerpoint)
Objecive :  Recognize the major contributors to the development
of forensic science. 2. Illustrate the history of forensic science.

Sept 7th
Read Unwind
Finish up timeline
Finish Tv show Analysis
ChaCha the question What is the CSI Effect?
Begin
Crime scene basics Notes
Crime Scene
Basics Note taking sheet


Sept 8th
Change of Pace New Standard H.E.5A.5 Construct explanations
for the formation of severe weather conditions to create hurricanes
Create a hurricane
how a
hurricane knows where to go

Sept 12th
Read Unwind
Finally take notes crime scene
Play
list group label with article from New York Times


Sept 13th
Read Unwind
Finish Crime scene notes
Finish article from yesterday
Highlight article in Notability and email to me
Grade
notebooks rubric
Complete crime scene protocol  
Arriving at the Scene from FBI

Sept 14th
Read Unwind
Continue notes arriving at the scene
Begin your historical crime scene creation
Choose your scene and keep it a secret
Research your choice to make a materials list

Sept 15th
Read Unwind
Add standards below to page 31
  • Identify and use science relationships to find qualitative or quantitative solutions involving the direct
    application/demonstration of concepts.
  • ·         Provide or identify reasons/explanations for observations demonstrating understanding of the
    underlying scientific concept.
  • ·         Understand the role of the scientific method as it relates to Forensic Science.
  • ·         Understand the physical world in terms of a crime scene.
  • ·         Use of Crime Scene as a setting to describe physical evidence.
  • ·         Explain the steps to taking a thorough securing and recording of a crime scene.

Finish timeline of forensics discussion
Continue arriving at the scene notes
continue making your own crime scene

Sept 18th
Read Unwind
Test review
Put up the timeline again
continue crime scene work

Sept 19th
Read Unwind
Forensic
test part 1
Forensic
test part 2
finish timeline
work on crime scene activity
complete chacha
word wall

Sept 20th
Read Unwind
notes searching the crime scene
Go to staged crime scene
work on crime scene recreation activity

Sept 21st
Read Unwind
Continue notes photography and sketches
work on crime scene recreation

Sept 25th
Sub work
Watch
crime 360
complete
video information sheet and turn in
work on your crime scene recreations

Sept 26th
Read Unwind
go over sub work
finish crime scene notes
wet and
dry packaging
funny crime
scene photos
review
crime scene photos
review crime
scene sketches
continue making crime scenes

Sept 27th
Read Unwind
Go over STEAM and STEAM Garden project
work on crime scenes


Sept 28th
Sub work

Sept 29th
Read Unwind
go over sub work
STEAM garden
How to use a microscope
Crime scene work

Oct 2nd
Read Unwind
Finish crime scene and put into box
Be ready to take evidence to Ms. Mullinax class
Notes fingerprinting
Notes
worksheet fingerprinting
fingerprint
activity worksheet

Oct 3rd
Read Unwind
Work on crime scene

Oct 4th
Read Unwind
continue notes fingerprints
make fingerprints

Oct 5th
Read Unwind
complete fingerprint acitvity class numbers
notes
ridgeology points
ridgeology worksheet
fingerprint identification worksjeet
STEAM work fine tune drawing design

Oct 6th
Read Unwind
Notes
latent prints
worksheet latent prints
try lifting prints

Oct 9th
sub work
Analyze the evidence Was the Body Moved?

Oct 10th
Read Unwind
sub work
Identify the victim

Oct 11th
Read Unwind
Review subwork

Oct 12th
Read Unwind
ChaCha question
Notes
Latent Prints
Lift your own latent print while waiting....
  • Research all methods you can find other than dusting to lift
    fingerprints

Oct 13th
Read Unwind
cutting bottles for STEAM Sculpture

Oct 16th
Read Unwind
Make a fingerprting lifting comparison chart
Notes
types of fingerprint lifts
reading latent prints
Begin mystery with acid base activity
Test Wednesday

Oct 17th
Read Unwind
Test review
finish types of fingerprint lifts

Oct 18th
Test crime scene  part 1
Test fingerprints part 2 directions included
Download wireless microscope app to look at prints
After test word wall hair and fibers
Begin reading it's
Magic Mystery

Oct 19th
Read Unwind
finish its magic mystery story
complete Ph test on Mystery liquid from crime scene
turn in Ph lab paper

Oct 23rd
Read Unwind
discuss Ph lab
Notes chromatography
more
notes chromatography
Complete
chromatography lab
complete chromatography
mystery lab page 30

Oct 24th
Greenwood Genetics center
Seafood forensics

Oct 25th
Read Unwind
finish chromatography practice
complete mystery letter chromatography
continue mystery story

Oct 26th
Sub work
Movie Contact

Oct 27th
Standard: Distinguish the morphology of hair
Finish movie
finish chromatography
continue reading mystery
notes hair
Hair
sheets for notes

Oct 31st
Standard: Distinguish types of hair from microscopic analysis
Read Unwind
Check mystery letter with chromatography
Hair lab

Nov 1st
Read Unwind
finish hair lab
Find hair around campus and identify

Nov 2nd
read Unwind
Identify hair evidence from it's Magic Mystery
go outside to collect hair evidence

Nov 3rd
read Unwind
continue outside colleciton
complete its magic hair lab

Nov 6th
sub work

Nov 8th
Read Unwind
One more day of hair
discuss handwriting analysis

Nov 9th
Sub work
finish movie contact


Nov 10th
read unwind
continue handwriting analysis activity

Nov13th
Read Unwind
continue handwriting analysis

Nov 14th
read unwind
finish handwritng analysis activity
solve the mystery its magic
Notes blood basics

Nov 15th
Read Unwind
blood basics
notes worksheet
blood typing game
Blood
 spatter notes
Blood spatter notes worksheet
blood
spatter lab

Nov 16th
continue blood spatter

Nov 17th
finish blood spatter
forensic files blood spatter

Nov 20th
DNA fingerptinting
Gizmo structure of DNA


































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Jan 7th
Reading log form--Unwind Prologue Book reading
Unwind activities
  • What are ethics?
  • What is an ethical dilemmma?
Brainpop ethics
Try some
ethical dilemmas

Jan 8th


Jan 11th
Sub work
Movie the 11th Hour
Complete
worksheet 11th Hour

Jan12th
How do we use patterns to determine solutions?
Continue Chapter1 Unwind
complete
Pattern Gizmo
Difference between deductive and inductive reasoning
Finish
deduction vs. induction discussion take quiz
another example
Hang up license plates
Sherlock excerpts
Sherlock
holmes mistake
Begin Making of a murderer

Jan 13th
Continue Chapter 1 Unwind
Finish Pattern Gizmo
Inductive vs
deductive reasoning
REAP guide on
reasoning article
Watch Making A Murderer


watch making a murderer

Feb 1st
Test written
logic
puzzle for test
Scientific
method questions for test
Reading log chapter 6
How do I complete an experiment to test a hypothesis?
complete work below if you never did google webquest

Feb 2nd
Reading log

Watch Making a Murderer

Feb 3rd
Reading log
Begin CSI Lab introduction
Watch Making Murderer

Feb 4th
Reading log
finish CSI introduction Beginner lesson
watch making a murderer

Feb 5th
Beta Day

Feb 8th
Reading log
Begin where is the CAT DNA profile

Feb 9th
Reading log
continue DNA profile

Feb 10th
Reading log
continue dna profile
sort bugs from 3rd period stream test

Feb 11th
SUB work
Go to Auditorium to watch energy presentation
forensic files if time allows

Feb 12th
Sub work
watch forensic files

Feb 15th
Snow day

Feb 16th
Recycling

Feb 17th
Reading log
Notes DNA profiling
complete
note taking sheet
lesson 2 CSI introduction
Watch making a murderer
STEAM project
Take up reading log

Feb 18th
reading log
continue notes sheet dna profiling
continue making your story for Who's the daddy?
watch making of a Murderer

Feb 19th
Reading log
finish dna notes sheet
finish Who is the Daddy?
watch Making of a murderer

Feb 22nd
Reading log
finish dna profile Who is the daddy?
Begin toxicology lab CSI adventures
Notes urinalysis
Begin alternative
energy notes
complete energy foldable
Watch mcgyver if the
internet allows -Mcgyver windmills

Feb 23rd
reading log
research windmills and their functions
brainstorm idea for windmill construction tomorrow

Feb 24th
windmill competition
No reading log

Feb 25th
reading log
notes urinalysis

Feb 26th
reading log
notes hair
notes worksheet
hair lab human hair

Feb 29th
reading log
continue human hair lab begin animal hair

March 1st
reading log
finish human and animal hair lab

March 2nd
reading log
Notes fibers
continue notes on fiber worksheet

March 3rd
Sub Work

March 4th
Reading log
Fibers lab

March 5th
reading log
fibers lab continued
How to collect fibers at a crime scene

March 7th
reading log
finish fibers lab

March 8th recycling

March 9th
reading log
hair and
fiber challenge

March 10th
reading log
continue blood notes
Begin blood
spatter actvities
Watch Making a murderer

March 11th
Reading log
Watch blood
Spatter training video
Continue blood spatter activities

March 14th
reading log
Solve your own crime scene activity

March 15th
reading log
blood spatter test
cleaning day

March 16th
Reading log chapter 12
Begin notes fingerprints


March 17th
reading log
Notes ridgeology
ridgeology
notes sheet
look for minutea points in your fingerprints

March 18th
reading log
Recyling

March 21st
reading log
Notes latent prints
latent
prints note sheet
pull your own latent print

March 22nd
reading log
complete 3 activities
1) find your own minutea points (at least 6)
2) make a toe print
3) make a latent print

March 23rd
reading log
identifiy a random latent print
Notes
crime scene procedures

March 24th
Reading log Chapter 16
Sub Work

March 25th
reading log
continue
notes crime scene
complete bus loop search

March 28th
reading log
continue crime scene notes
crime scene
simulation game

March 29th
reading log
finish crime scene simulation game
questioned
document handout
bites
questioned documents

March 30th
reading log
finish documents notes
complete
forgery case comparison

March 31st
reading log
watch real
lindberg trial
find the forger activity

April 1st
reading log
complete chromatography

April 11th
reading log
finish chromatography
forensic
crime scene unit
recycling projects

April 12th
reading log
secret pen activity
make recycled object

April 13th
reading log
discover secret pen
continue recycle project
learn to use the GPS

April 14th
no reading log
geocaching
How to make a good interview
recycling project

April 15th
reading log
gps continued
work on role play
finish interviews

April 18th
reading log
gps continued
finish interviews
writing a good
police report
recycling projects
complete passive vs. active voice activity

April 19
reading log
gps continued
finish interview
complete fact vs. opinion
write police report
recycling projects

April 20th
reading log
continue
 police report activities

April 21st
reading log
continue polie report activities

April 22nd
GPS scavenger hunt creation

April 25th
complete scavenger hunt

April 26th
reading log
Accident
reconstruction activities

April 27th
reading log
continue accident reconstruction

April 28th
reading log
create forensic kits
Forensic
Assignments