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T. Trimpe 2006 CSI Challenge #7 Scrambled Words 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 7 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006

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1 T. Trimpe 2006

2 CSI Challenge #7 Scrambled Words 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 7 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006

3 Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. 1. ginainvetosti 2. munilol 3. mitciv 4. curot 5. netdal corerd

4 1. ginainvetostiINVESTIGATION 2. munilolLUMINOL 3. mitcivVICTIM 4. curotCOURT 5. netdal corerdDENTAL RECORD The answers are...

5 Spot the Differences An Apple A Day 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 7- Tuesday Source:

6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Apple, branch, tree root, beavers ear, wood chips, snake

7 Case #7: Stranger at The Door 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 7 - Wednesday Source:

8 David was sitting in his hotel room reading a book, when he heard a knock at the door, and the sound of someone trying the door handle. He opened the door, where he saw a man whom he had never seen before. The man said, "I'm terribly sorry... I thought this was my room. Wrong floor, I guess." He then walked off down the hall toward the elevator. David went back into his room, thought about what had just happened, and then phoned the front desk, suggesting they call the police, since the man at the door had obviously been a thief. Why was David so sure the man had been a thief?

9 The man had knocked first. He wouldn't have done that if he'd thought it was his room.

10 Spot the Differences Golden Treasure 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 7 - Thursday Source:

11 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Missing coin, belly button, tooth, shirt hem, sword, missing polka dot

12 Trivia Set #7 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 7 - Friday T. Trimpe 2006

13 2. Sir Alec Jeffreys developed the first DNA profiling test. Its first use to solve a crime occurred in England. It identified Colin Pitchfork as the murderer of two young girls in Narborough in the English Midlands. In which year did this occur? A B C D When identifying victims of disasters, such as plane and train crashes, approximately 93 percent of identifications are made on the basis of which characteristic? A. Skeletal characteristics C. DNA analysis B. Dental recordsD. Personal effects 4. When two objects touch, there is a transfer of material from one to the other. This trace evidence is the basis of forensic science. What is the idea known as? A. Murphy's Law of Contact C. Locard's Principle B. Forensic LawD. Bertillon's Principle of Transference 1. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the genetic material in our cells which controls heredity and plays a large role in determining our physical characteristics. Which of the following statements is not true? A. DNA can show a person's gender but not their age or race. B. Only identical twins will have identical DNA. C. Red blood cells are the best source of DNA.

14 2. Sir Alec Jeffreys developed the first DNA profiling test. Its first use to solve a crime occurred in England. It identified Colin Pitchfork as the murderer of two young girls in Narborough in the English Midlands. In which year did this occur? C In 1984, Jeffreys developed the first DNA profiling test, but was first used in 1986 to help convict Pitchfork. 3. When identifying victims of disasters, such as plane and train crashes, approximately 93 percent of identifications are made on the basis of which characteristic? B. Dental records 4. When two objects touch, there is a transfer of material from one to the other. This trace evidence is the basis of forensic science. What is the idea known as? C. Locard's Principle Dr Edmond Locard opened the world's first police crime laboratory in 1910 in Lyon, France. 1. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the genetic material in our cells which controls heredity and plays a large role in determining our physical characteristics. Which of the following statements is NOT true? C. Red blood cells are the best source of DNA. Red blood cells do not have a nucleus. Since DNA is mostly contained in the cell nucleus, red blood cells are not the best source of DNA.


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