H Forensic Science 1.23.2020

Today we took notes on the history and classification of fingerprints to start our new unit on fingerprints, hair, and fiber evidence. Then we did a mini lab to see which types of fingerprints you have. The CW/HW is attached.

H Chemistry 1.23.2020

Today we worked on example problems to calculate wavelength, frequency, and energy of light. Then you need to finish the classwork/homework on electrons and light that you received yesterday. If you lost that work, check out yesterday’s blog for a copy.

H Forensic Science 1.23.2020

Today you took the unit 1 test.

H Chemistry 1.23.2020

Today you took the SGM Pre-Test. Then we took notes on electrons and light. You do have homework to complete only # 1-13 on the work below. It’s due tomorrow.

H Chemistry 1.17-1.21.2020

On Friday, you took your 2nd weekly quiz. Then we took notes on scientific notation and significant figures. We finished those notes today in class. Then you worked on some CW.

H Forensic Science 1.17 – 1.21.2020

On Friday, you took your 2nd weekly quiz and we talked about roles at the crime scene and how was taking on which role. You also worked on your fracture d fairy tale project. You then received the study guide for the unit 1 test.

H Chemistry 1.16.2020

Hi Guys, tomorrow you have a weekly quiz. Study up on the following topics: Atomic Mass, Nuclear Chemistry, and Electron Configurations.

H Forensic Science 1.16.2020

Today you worked on the project: Fractured Fairy Tale.

You have a weekly quiz tomorrow. Study up on the following topics: Rough and final sketches, Types of Evidence, and JonBenet Ramsey Case Study.

H Chemistry 1.15.2020

Today we took notes on nuclear chemistry, how elements are created in stars and how nuclear power works.

H Forensic Science 1.15.2020

https://abcnews.go.com/US/inside-mistakes-jonbenet-ramsey-investigation-noted-police-chief/story?id=29247378

Today, you got access to the online textbook and learned how to manuver around the website. You also did a case study on the JonBenet Ramsey case and how the crime scene and evidence were mishandled. Below are the questions you needed to answer:

  1. Tell me about the victim.
  2. How was she murdered?
  3. What did the authorities do wrong at the crime scene and the evidence?
  4. Who were/was the main suspects?
  5. Are they still considered suspects? Why or why not?