SwimSciences.com


A website for all things belonging to
Coaches Dangelmaier and their academic  classes and athletic pursuits.

Day 4 (11/13): Students will be able to describe the types of glass fractures and describe how to collect glass evidence


Day 5 (11/15): Students will be able to describe glass analysis as it pertains to Forensics

  • Unit 5 Glass Analysis Test


Day 6 (11/17): Students will be able to recognize and understand the cuticle, cortex, and medulla areas of hair

Read and take notes over textbook pages 455 - 467 (ending at "Forensic Examination of Fibers")
Include the summary of "Jeffery MacDonald: Fatal Vision" and Case Files on pg 455


Day 7 (11/28): Students will use the microscope to describe the differences between animal and human hair and be able to identify the differences in medullas



Day 8 (11/30): Students will be able to name characteristics used in hair comparisons and explain three main differences between human and animal hair



Day 9 (12/04):  Students will be able to describe the somatic origin of the different types of human hair



Day 10 (12/06):  Students will be able to understand and evaluate hair structures as is pertains to forensics

  • Hair Analysis Test


Day 11 and Day 12 (12/08 and 12/12): Students will be able to distinguish between natural and synthetic fibers


Day 13 (12/14): Review Semester Final 



Semester Review - download to study for final 

Semester Exam B Day - 12/19 and A Day 12/20



 Exam Schedule:
1st/5th Period: 7:35 - 8:30am
2nd/6th Period: 8:36 - 9:31am
3rd/7th Period: 9:37 - 10:32am
4th/8th Period: 10:40 - 11:35am

Forensics 3nd Six Weeks

Day 1 (11/03): Students will be able to name the categories of substances found in glass and the raw materials for making glass and they will be able to name types of glass



Day 2 (11/07): Students will be able to list and explain methods for comparing glass fragments



Day 3 (11/09): Students will be able to define and understand the properties of density and refractive index and calculate the density of different fragments of glass

Test Next Class Per (A-day: 11/15; B-day: 11/16)