5 Spot the Differences Feeding Time Week 3 - TuesdayDaily CSISpot the Differences Feeding Time8th Grade Forensic ScienceSource:
6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Feed, boy’s hair, bird’s legs, bucket, dog’s collar, duck’s wing
7 Case #3: Case of The Snack Shack Week 3 - WednesdayDaily CSICase #3: Case of The Snack Shack8th Grade Forensic Science
8 Harborville's Beach Snack Shop had been open only an hour when Max stopped in and noticed a new poster announcing a price increase. "I put the sign up this morning," Mr. Levine told him. "I had to raise my prices 10% because I have so many new expenses. Like now I need a new window for my back room. Somebody broke it, trying to get into my store last night.""Have you called the police?" Max asked. Mr. Levine replied, "No. Nothing was stolen." He led Max to a small storeroom in the back and said, “I use this space as an office. Sat here and made my price change poster last night. Soon as I was done, I left it on that old desk. I locked the door to the main part of my store when I left, so whoever got in was stuck in this little storeroom. There’s nothing here to steal."
9 How did Max figure it out? When Max left he wandered down to the break wall, where Nathan and Trevor were fishing. "Did you hear that somebody broke a window at the Shack?" he asked. "Nope," Nathan said. "We've been here since dawn and haven't talked to anybody." Trevor gestured to the bucket. "We've caught some big ones." Nathan stood. "But now I'm starving. I've got a dollar left from my allowance. If Mr. Levine is there now, I'm going up to the Shack to get a Big Beach Bun.""Better get another dime from somewhere," Trevor told him. "A dollar's not enough any more. As for me, I'm going home to get a couple sandwiches for myself.""You both stay right here," Max said. "I know which one of you broke that window. You'd better think of a way to pay for it, because I'm telling Mr. Levine."How did Max figure it out?
10 Solution Mr. Levine had just put up his poster about the price increase that morning. Nathan and Trevor said they hadbeen fishing since dawn and had spoken to no one. SinceTrevor knew that a dollar bun was now a dollar and tencents, he must have been the one who broke the windowand got inside the back room, where he read the posterlying on the old desk.
11 Spot the Differences Play Time Week 3 - ThursdayDaily CSISpot the Differences Play Time8th Grade Forensic ScienceSource:
12 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Root, dog’s teeth, leaves, ladder rung, nozzle, rabbit’s head
14 Questions 1. What is the name given to the study of fingerprints? A. Dactyloscopy B. Palynology C. Entomology D. Trichology2. What causes fingerprints to be left behind when we touch things?A. Salt produced by our sweat glands C. Moisture in the atmosphereB. Natural oils in the skin D. Dust on the things we touch3. Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 basic types of fingerprint patterns?A. Loops B. Whorls C. Arches D. Spirals4. Which animal is said to have fingerprints virtually indistinguishable from those of human beings?A. Panda B. raccoon C. koala D. lemur5. Who is generally recognized as being the first person to use fingerprints as a means of identification?A. Alphonse Bertillon C. Dr Henry FauldsB. Sir William Herschel D. Sir Edward Henry
15 Answers 1. What is the name given to the study of fingerprints? Dactyloscopy – It comes from the Greek words 'daktylos' meaning fingerand 'skopein' meaning to examine.2. What causes fingerprints to be left behind when we touch things?B. Natural oils in the skin - The skin produces natural oils which leave fingerprints when we touch most objects.3. Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 basic types of fingerprint patterns?D. Spirals4. Which animal is said to have fingerprints virtually indistinguishable from those of human beings?C. Koala - Koalas have ridges on their fingers which create fingerprints almost identical to those of human beings.5. Who is generally recognized as being the first person to use fingerprints as a means of identification?B. Sir William Herschel - Sir William Herschel, a government administrator in colonial India, began using fingerprints in July He used thumb impressions to identify illiterate prisoners and workers in India.
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