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1 T. Trimpe 2006

2 CSI Challenge #1 Penny Challenge 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 1 - Monday

3 Which is the correct penny? NOTE: You cannot look at a real penny!

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5 Spot the Differences Dinner Time 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 1 - Tuesday Source:

6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Fish gill, tree stump, cats foot, dogs mouth, birds beak, dogs ear

7 Case #1: The Accident 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 1 - Wednesday T. Trimpe 2006

8 There was nothing Leon, the driver, could do about the impending crash of the car he was driving. Leon knew the car would be completely demolished in the crash. After the crash Leon didnt have a scratch on him. How can that be?

9 Leon was driving a remote control car. or He was playing a video game.

10 Spot the Differences Happy Birthday 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 1 - Thursday Source:

11 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Tail feathers, flame, monkeys tail, lions mane, cake tray, frosting

12 Trivia Set #1 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 1 - Friday T. Trimpe 2006

13 1. Ted Bundy was an American serial killer who was convicted on the basis of which type of forensic evidence? A. Bite marks C. DNA fingerprinting B. Latent fingerprints D. Ballistics 2. The time of death can be calculated by various means. One is rigor mortis, Latin for 'the stiffness of death'. Another indication is livor mortis or lividity. What does this term refer to? A. Cloudiness in the eyes B. Gravitational pooling of blood C. Degree of digestion of stomach contents D. Relaxation of muscles following to rigor mortis 3. When attempting to identify a skeleton, craniofacial morphology (the structure and form of the skull and face) is the best indicator of race. One group of human beings has a unique, rounded jaw bone which is called a 'rocker jaw'. This is a characteristic of which ethnic group? A. Australian Aborigines C. African Americans B. Chinese D. Hawaiians

14 1.Ted Bundy was an American serial killer who was convicted on the basis of which type of forensic evidence? A. Bite marks Although he denied being the killer, Bundy made the mistake of biting one of his victims. So although he lied through his teeth, his teeth marks didnt lie! 2. The time of death can be calculated by various means. One is rigor mortis, Latin for 'the stiffness of death'. Another indication is livor mortis or lividity. What does this term refer to? B. Gravitational pooling of blood Livor is Latin for 'a black and blue spot' and refers to the discoloration of the skin in the lowest part of a cadaver resulting from the gravitational pooling of blood. 3. When attempting to identify a skeleton, craniofacial morphology (the structure and form of the skull and face) is the best indicator of race. One group of human beings has a unique, rounded jaw bone which is called a 'rocker jaw'. This is a characteristic of which ethnic group? D. Hawaiians - The 'rocker jaw' is so called because it will rock back and forth like a rocking chair if gently pushed.


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