Role of Forensic Anthropologist and Pathologists and History of Forensic Science ​TEST

Forensics 1st Six Weeks

Day 2 (A - 08/22): Students will be able list the Scientific Method and draw inferences from current events and distinguish between scientific hypotheses and scientific theories.



Day 3 (A - 08/24): Students will be able apply the Scientific Method to design experiment(s) and test a variety of questions/problems and distinguish between scientific hypotheses and scientific theories.


  • Hypothesis Model: Theory or Law
    • Using the notes above, compare and Contrast Scientific Hypotheses and Scientific Theories
  • Marshmallow Challenge LAB
  • Designing Experiments
  • HOMEWORK - Bring a snack bag size of chips


Day 4 (A - 08/28): Student will be able to calculate metric conversions and evaluate numerical answers for reasonableness and be able to define accuracy and precision











Day 5 (A - 08/30): Students will be able to use Scientific Reasoning and Methodology to name unknown substances be able to analyze, evaluate, and critique scientific explanations by using data, logical reasoning, and observations 



Day 6 (A - 09/04): Students will be able to use scientific reasoning and methodology to name unknown substances and be able to identify and describe the CSI Effect 


Day 7 (A - 09/06): Students will be able to identify the roles, functions, and responsibilities of forensic science professionals

  • Careers in Forensics Notes
  • Create a Mock Resume of an experienced forensic professional.  
    • Sample resumes may be viewed on Google Docs 
    • The following rubric will be used for assessment: Resume Rubric


Day 8 and Day 9 (A - 09/12, A - 09/14): Students will be able to discuss the different education and training requirements for the various careers in forensic science 

  • Finish Careers in Forensics Mock Resume - HOMEWORK - due 09/15
  • Create an employment vacancy poster for a particular forensics position.  

                  Use www.aafs.org for current employment opportunities in forensic science  
                  The following rubric will be used for assessment: Individual Work Rubric


Day 10 (A - 09/18): Students will be able to identify career-related information for forensics pathologists and anthropologists that is relative to making career decisions and summarize ethical standards of forensic scientist



Day 11 (A - 09/20): Students will be able to illustrate the history of forensic science and analyze the role of forensic pathologists and anthropologists in investigations



Day 12 (A - 09/24): Students will be able to analyze the role of forensic pathologists and anthropologists in investigations and recognize the major contributors to the development of forensic science 




Unit 2 Test - History of Forensics - TEST in 2 class periods (A - 09/28, B - 10/01)


Day 13 (A - 09/26): Students will be able to analyze the role of forensic pathologists and anthropologists and describe historical events in forensics science


  • Unit 2 Test - History of Forensics - ​Unit 2 REVIEW
  • Turn in Forensic Timeline
  • Watch CSI and write an essay describing the collection of evidence what the forensic pathologist determined as COD


Day 14 (A - 09/28): Students will be able to show proficiency in understanding the role of forensic pathologists and anthropologists and knowledge of forensics science history





Day 15 (A - 29):  


Start the 2nd 6wks

http://www.sfu.museum/forensics/eng/

​​Day 1 (A - 08/20): Students will be able to identify safe laboratory practices in laboratory and field settings and distinguish between science and non-science statements using characteristics or criteria of science


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