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1 Daily CSI Week 6 Monday Wednesday Friday Tuesday Thursday
T. Trimpe 2006

2 CSI Challenge #6 Name That Scientist
Week 6 - Monday Daily CSI CSI Challenge #6 Name That Scientist 8th Grade Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006

3 Can you identify each scientist?
There are many different types of scientists that work in criminal cases. Can you identify each scientist? Chemist Entomologist Geologist Meteorologist Radiologist Toxicologist __ 1. Works with X-rays __ 2. Use insects to determine time of death __ 3. Examines soil samples __ 4. Work with climatic conditions __ 5. Analyzes paint, glass, and residues __ 6. Analyzes blood and body tissues for evidence of drugs and poisons

4 The answers are ... E 1. Works with X-rays
Chemist Entomologist Geologist Meteorologist Radiologist Toxicologist E 1. Works with X-rays B 2. Use insects to determine time of death C 3. Examines soil samples D 4. Work with climatic conditions A 5. Analyzes paint, glass, and residues F 6. Analyzes blood and body tissues for evidence of drugs and poisons

5 8th Grade Forensic Science
Week 6 - Tuesday Daily CSI Spot the Differences No Vacancy 8th Grade Forensic Science Source:

6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures.
Answers: Nail, eyes in cave, bat’s toes, pebble, snowcaps, tree

7 Case #6: Case of The Broken Window
Week 6 - Wednesday Daily CSI Case #6: Case of The Broken Window 8th Grade Forensic Science Source:

8 One evening as Max was out walking, Mrs. Zenitt called his name
One evening as Max was out walking, Mrs. Zenitt called his name. He hurried across the street. She was standing in her front yard, but she guided him around to the back. "I was watching TV in the living room," she told him, "and I heard a crash. Just look!" She pointed to her back porch window. "Someone threw a rock through it. It's broken into a dozen pieces!“ "Do you know who did it?" he asked. "No,” she replied, “He ran off, but I think maybe it was David Loring. We had a spat the other day because I told his parents he had to stop using my yard as a short cut. But I wouldn't accuse him of breaking a window without more proof.“ "I'll talk to him," Max said.

9 How did Max figure it out?
He found David panting as he bounced a basketball under the light on his garage. "Did you just run from Mrs. Zenitt's?" Max asked. "Did you break her window?" David shook his head. "No. I'm all out of breath because I've been out here shooting baskets. I don't know anything about a broken porch window." "You're not telling the truth," Max said. How did Max figure it out?

10 Solution Max knew David was not telling the truth because he said "porch window." Max had not mentioned which of Mrs. Zenitt's windows had been broken. "This case was a real pane, but the solution was as clear as glass," Max told Nina later.

11 8th Grade Forensic Science
Week 6 - Thursday Daily CSI Spot the Differences The One That Got Away 8th Grade Forensic Science Source:

12 Find the 8 differences between the two pictures.
Answers: Green fish’s fin, orange fish’s tooth, bird missing in sky, frog’s head, missing branch, crane’s head, cat’s feet, cattail

13 8th Grade Forensic Science
Week 6 - Friday Daily CSI Trivia Set #6 8th Grade Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006

14 Questions What do we call the study of gunshots and bullets?
A. Ammunitions B. Ballistics C. Projectiles D. Bang 2. What does the abbreviation GSR refer to in forensic science? General Scene Reference C. Gold Spectrum Results B. Gunshot Residue D. General Survey Results 3. Blood ________ analysis is studying which way the blood flew if there was force involved. A. Pattern B. Spatter C. Spray D. Stain 4. True or False: A fingerprint brush uses lion's mane hair. 5. What is involuntary manslaughter? A. Killing someone on purpose. B. Killing somebody cause you feel like it. C. Killing someone because you're jealous. D. Killing someone without meaning to.

15 Answers What do we call the study of gunshots and bullets?
B. Ballistics 2. What does the abbreviation GSR refer to in forensic science? B. Gunshot Residue 3. Blood ________ analysis is studying which way the blood flew if there was force involved. D. Stain Blood stain analysis can prove the difference between a suicide and a homicide, the angle of entry/exit wounds, and perhaps the height of the shooter. 4. True or False: A fingerprint brush uses lion's mane hair. Most fingerprint brushes use camel’s hair to brush off dust and find prints. Many today are also made from artificial fibers. 5. What is involuntary manslaughter? D. Killing someone without meaning to An example of manslaughter is if a person is hit by a car and dies. The driver did not mean to kill the pedestrian, but either way, it happened.


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