Today we finished the notes on investigating crime scenes. Then we worked on the Death on a Desk activity.
Today you turned in the Lab: A Case of Deductive Reasoning.
We also took notes on the proper protocols for investigating at a crime scene and collecting evidence.
PPT Ch 2 The Crime Scene
We took notes on atomic structure.
080818 Notes Atomic Structure
CW/HW: Due Thursday, 8.9.18
If you were not in class today or forgot to complete the classwork/homework: Atomic Structure, please complete this alternate assignment in its place. Remember, if it is late, there is a 25% late penalty.
CWHW Atomic Structure ALT
Today you finished the Locard’s Exchange Principle Lab and turned in your evidence. Then you started on the Lab: CSI A Case of Deductive Reasoning. If you didn’t finish it in class, you must finish it for homework.
Here is the atomic theory power point shown in class today.
Atomic Theory updated
HW: due Wednesday, 8.8.
Take notes on the power point if you did not do it in class. I will check them tomorrow morning.
Don’t forget to bring a calculator to class the rest of the week!
Today we finished the activity on observations v. inferences.
Then, you learned how to create a paper bindle and how to store evidence and started on the Lab: Locard’s Exchange Principle. We will finish it up tomorrow.
Today you finished your scientist posters for the atomic theory project. Tomorrow, we will take notes on and discuss those scientists.
On Friday, we finished the introduction to forensic science notes we started on Thursday. We also started an observations v. inferences lab. We will finish that on Monday.
On Friday, you got in groups to start researching your scientist for the atomic theory project. Some of you have started on your posters already. You will be able to finish the poster in class on Monday.