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

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1 T. Trimpe 2006

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

3 Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. 1. lobod pyet 2. cimrinla 3. olpcie 4. redisue 5. howrl

4 The answers are lobod pyetBLOOD TYPE 2. cimrinlaCRIMINAL 3. olpciePOLICE 4. redisueRESIDUE 5. howrlWHORL

5 Spot the Differences Times Up 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 8- Tuesday Source:

6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Hair tie, mouse hole, table leg, phone, phone cord, missing watch band

7 Case #8: Missing Masterpiece 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 8 - Wednesday

8 A painting by a world-renowned artist was stolen from the Forest Museum. The missing masterpiece is now in Kopy Kat's studio. The feline forger has already painted a copy of the artwork. Which one does Slylock Fox suspect is the original painting? Hint: What is different about the owls?

9 An owl cannot move its eyes from side to side, but must turn its head to see in other directions. The painting with the eyes pointed straight ahead is the original.

10 Spot the Differences Scary Movie 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 8 - Thursday Source:

11 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Mans shirt, movie projector, missing popcorn, missing girls tooth, womans hair, missing chair back

12 Trivia Set #8 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 8 - Friday T. Trimpe 2006

13 2. What was one of the problems during early blood tests? (Around 1875) A. Microscopic examination could not be applied to dried blood B. Human blood could not be distinguished from animal blood C. Blood types could not be identified D. All of these 3. What system used by the FBI compiles DNA of known violent offenders from all over the nation and can be used to match DNA with a sample found at a crime scene? A. AFIS B. DNAW C. CODIS D. CDDB 4. A woman gets out of bed, watches TV, talks on the phone, pets her cat, and then shoots her husband. She hides the gun and runs away. Which object would be most useful to the forensic serologist in finding out who the woman was? A. The TV B. The cat C. The phone D. The TV remote 1. True or False? You can alter your DNA so it will appear to be different. 5. True or False? Your blood type appears only in your blood.

14 2. What was one of the problems during early blood tests? D. All of these 3. What system used by the FBI compiles DNA of known violent offenders from all over the nation and can be used to match DNA with a sample found at a crime scene? C. CODIS- The Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) has blood samples of offenders and has solved many cases. CODIS solved a 1993 sexual assault case by linking that suspect to a 1991 rape case. 4. A woman gets out of bed, watches TV, talks on the phone, pets her cat, and then shoots her husband. She hides the gun and runs away. Which object would be most useful to the forensic serologist in finding out who the woman was? C. The phone All of these things would help find out who the woman is, but to the forensic serologist, the phone would be the most handy. When you talk on the phone, little bits of saliva go onto the phone when you talk. White blood cells are found in saliva so the woman's DNA would be on the phone. 1. False - You can alter your DNA so it will appear to be different. 5. False - Your blood type appears only in your blood. Your blood type appears in bodily fluids other than your blood a lot of the time. About 80% of the population's blood type appears in more than one of their other fluids.


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