Crime Scene Investigations: Real Life Science Labs for Grades 6-12
Authors: Pam Walker and Elaine Wood
Item #: AP6533
In the Crime Scene Investigations Forensics Laboratory Manual, collect evidence, make observations, and conduct lab test to solve criminal cases involving document forgery, tools, teeth, tire marks, and more.
Turn your students into forensic scientists as they learn scientific principles and important laboratory techniques. An excellent forensic lab book for both middle school and high school students. The 68 ready-to-use lessons and labs will improve students' critical thinking skills, and educate them in the life, physical and Earth sciences. Students collect evidence, make observations, and conduct lab tests to solve criminal cases involving document forgery, tools, teeth, tire marks, unknown substances, fingerprints, blood stain analysis, clothing fibers, hair identification, blood detection, blood typing, DNA electrophoresis, skeleton reconstruction, forensic archaeological digs, and soil analysis. Teacher notes and reproducible student worksheets with background information are provided. 1998, 273 pages, 8½" x 11", soft cover.