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T. Trimpe 2006 CSI Challenge #2 Scrambled Words 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 2 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006

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1 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/

2 CSI Challenge #2 Scrambled Words 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 2 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/

3 Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. 1. lobod 2. micer encse 3. srnoa 4. redrum 5. tnirpooft

4 1. lobod BLOOD 2. micer encse CRIME SCENE 3. srnoa ARSON 4. redrum MURDER 5. tnirpooft FOOTPRINT The answers are...

5 Spot the Differences All Tied Up 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 2 - Tuesday Source: http://www.slylockfox.com/arcade/6diff/index.html

6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Tail feathers, snakes tail, branch, apes finger, crocs nostril, sun

7 Case #2: Trash Tosser 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 2 - Wednesday http://www.slylockfox.com/arcade/BrainBogglers/index.html

8 Hint: Notice the bones in the trash. An inconsiderate slob dumped trash on Rachel Rabbit's lawn. One of these two suspects is guilty. Slylock Fox found evidence that may identify the loathsome litterbug. What did Slylock observe to help him identify the trash tosser?

9 Slylock found bones in the trash. The bull is an herbivore and only eats plants. The raccoon is an omnivore and eats both plants and animals. The raccoon is the trash tosser.

10 Spot the Differences Painting Time 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 2 - Thursday Source: http://www.slylockfox.com/arcade/6diff/index.html

11 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Tail feathers, hole in fence, ball, paint bucket, girls hair, ice cream cone

12 Trivia Set #2 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 2 - Friday T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/

13 1. In Knoxville, Tennessee, there is a research facility, popularly known as 'the Body Farm', where research is conducted into the nature of human decomposition and the factors which affect the rate at which it occurs. Who was responsible for the creation of this facility? A. Ernest T Bass B. Gil Grissom C. Bill Clinton D. William Bass 2. What is studied in forensic palynology? A.Pollens and spores C. Soils B. Dust D. Fossilized micro-organisms 3. If you know what to look for, you can tell a male from a female skull. Which of the following statements is FALSE about a male skull? A. It is usually larger.C. It has a heavier jaw. B. It has a more prominent brow ridge. D. It has a more rounded chin. 4. In October 1974 part of a male torso was found floating in the River Thames in England. Several parts, including the head and hands, were missing so police could not use the usual methods of fingerprints, facial features and dental records to identify the corpse. How was it eventually identified? A. Presence of gallstonesC. Skeletal characteristics on x-rays B. Blood type D. All the choices are correct.

14 1. In Knoxville, Tennessee, there is a research facility, popularly known as 'the Body Farm. Who was responsible for the creation of this facility? D. William Bass - The official name of the body farm is the Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility (TARF) but some of Basss colleagues call it the Bass Anthropological Research Facility or BARF. 2. What is studied in forensic palynology? A. Pollens and spores 3. If you know what to look for, you can tell a male from a female skull. Which of the following statements is FALSE about a male skull? D. It has a more rounded chin. It is the female chin which tends to be more rounded and less prominent. The male chin tends to be squarer with a heavy mandible (lower jaw bone). 4. In October 1974 part of a male torso was found floating in the River Thames in England. How was it eventually identified? D. All the choices are correct. This case made legal history because it was the first time a body was identified without fingerprints or dental records. It belonged to a petty criminal called William Henry Moseley.


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