Day 5 ():  Students will be able to analyze bloodstain patterns based on source, direction, and angle of trajectory



Day 6 ():  Students will be to demonstrate how blood is analyzed and tested for origin and type and and how bloodstain patterns are analyzed


  • Serology TEST (A-day 2/9 and B-day 2/12)


Day 7 (): Students will be able to diagram the DNA molecule and explain the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) laboratory procedure


Day 8 ():  Students will be able to extract and observe DNA from strawberries


Day 9 ():  Students will be able to explain the PCR procedure for DNA typing and apply it to real world events


Day 10 and Day 11 (): Students will be able to create a DNA Fingerprint and use DNA fingerprinting to link a suspect to a crime 


Day 12 ():  Students will be able to find serious flaws in some of the best-known tools of forensic science and wide inconsistencies in how forensic evidence is presented in the courtroom. 



Day 1 (): Students will be able to identify characteristics of human blood and determine genetics of the human red blood cell system



Day 2 ():  Students will be able to identify characteristics of blood and determine genetics of the human red blood cell system


Day 3 ():  Students will be able to analyze bloodstain patterns based on source, direction, and angle of trajectory



Day 4 ():  Students will be able to list and describe forensic tests used to characterize a stain as blood and contrast chromosomes and genes


  • Read and take notes from txtbk pg 293 - 306

Day 13 (): Students will be able to compare and contrast physiological and psychological dependency and name and define narcotics



Day 14(): Students will be able to name and define hallucinogens and depressants and explain the difference between thin-layer chromatography and gas chromatography




  • Continue Controlled Substances Notes
  • Test in 2 Class Periods







Day 15 (): Students will be able to describe the laboratory tests normally used to preform a routine drug identification analysis and compare the physical and chemical properties of various white powders and also attempt to identify an unknown sample from known samples



Day 16 (): Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency of knowledge of controlled substances


  • Controlled Substances TEST


Forensics 5th Six Weeks

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