3 Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. 1. ginarvetosti2. gpferinintr3. dicanetc4. ewtesynies5. elektosn
4 The answers are ... 1. ginarvetosti INVESTIGATOR 2. gpferininter FINGERPRINT3. dicanetc ACCIDENT4. ewteseeies EYEWITNESS5. elektosn SKELETON
5 Spot the Differences Good Bye Week 5 - TuesdayDaily CSISpot the Differences Good Bye8th Grade Forensic ScienceSource:
6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Purse, aunt’s eye, sock, cat’s tail, boy’s belly, roof on house
7 Case #5: Case of The Surprised Visitor Week 5 - WednesdayDaily CSICase #5: Case of The Surprised Visitor8th Grade Forensic ScienceSource:
8 The clock in the courthouse ahead of Max showed six o'clock The clock in the courthouse ahead of Max showed six o'clock. As it began chiming, he noticed a tall man with a briefcase walking towards him. The man turned around, looked at the clock, and then quickened his steps. He took an envelope and dropped it in a mailbox as he continued on. Max moved faster, too. Miss Fritz had invited him for dinner. He didn't want to be late."I'm glad you could come," Harborville's oldest music teacher said. "I've made a lovely salad for us." She gestured Max to a chair. "Good thing I prepared ahead. A surprise visitor just left.""Who visited?" Max asked."A teacher from Harborville's School for the Deaf,” she replied. “He was totally deaf himself; poor man, but he could read lips perfectly. He had the loveliest penmanship when he wanted to tell me something."
9 How did Max figure it out? "Why was he here?" he asked.She said, "Well, evidently the school is low on funds. I was glad to help out. I had just cashed my social security check so I was able to give him five hundred dollars.""Did he just leave?” he asked. “Was he a tall man with a brief case?" "Yes," she replied."We'd better phone the police. I think that man was a phony. I know for sure he wasn't totally deaf."How did Max figure it out?
10 SolutionThe clock was behind the man as he was walking, so he could not have seen it. He turned around at the sound of the chimes, so he obviously heard them.
14 Questions 1. What does the term "forensic" mean in Latin? A. Before the forum B. Beside the forum C. After the forum D. For the forum2. In forensics, criminologists use AFIS to search an online database for fingerprint matches. What does AFIS stand for?A. Automated Foot&Fingerprint Identification SystemB. Actual Fingerprint Identification SystemC. Automated Fingerprint Identification SystemD. Auto Fingerprint Intelligence System3. If there is a case of arson, the easiest way to find and identify an accelerant is to use what?A. Tweezers B. Sniffer C. Latex Gloves D. Your Nose4. There are two types of wounds people can get when they are shot. What are they?A. Entry wound, Exit wound C. Valid wound, Invalid woundB. Big wound, Small wound D. Enter wound, Exit wound5. This chemical can be used to detect blood, even if it's been wiped from a surface.A. Ninhydrin B. Luminol C. CO D. Cyanide
15 Answers 1. What does the term "forensic" mean in Latin? A. Before the forum2. In forensics, criminologists use AFIS to search an online database for fingerprint matches. What does AFIS stand for?C. Automated Fingerprint Identification System - Although AFIS has many fingerprints on file, it only has prints of people convicted of felonious crimes. People who have not committed crimes before will not be on AFIS.3. If there is a case of arson, the easiest way to find and identify an accelerant is to use what?B. A Sniffer - An accelerant is used to get a fire going, such as gasoline, kerosene, and other flammable liquids. A sniffer takes examples of fumes and tests them to see what they are.4. There are two types of wounds people can get when they are shot. What are they?A. Entry wound, Exit wound5. This chemical can be used to detect blood, even if it's been wiped from a surface.B. Luminol – It is a chemical agent that reacts to hemoglobin and other minerals found in the blood.
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