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Activity One

CONTENT OVERVIEW

Review the forensic science content in each game.

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Activity Two

CSI CASE QUIZZES

Assess your students' knowledge with this collection of questions.

Quiz 1 [ Key ] | Quiz 2 [ Key ] | Quiz 3 [ Key ] | Quiz 4 [ Key ] | Quiz 5 [ Key ]

Activity Eleven

STUDENT WORKSHEETS

Case worksheets created by teachers can be used as a log when students play to stay focused on the content in the game.

Case 1 | Case 2 [ Key ] | Case 3 [ Key ] | Case 4 | Case 5

Activity One

THE WRITING ON THE WALL

Have your class test their skills at matching handwriting samples by constructing your own quiz using samples collected from the students themselves.

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Activity Two

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE

Test your students' powers of observation using this interactive classroom activity.

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Activity Three

I-WITNESS

This simple activity lets students use their descriptive writing abilities
to describe a picture or a short scene.

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Activity Four

POWER OF OBSERVATION

How reliable are eye-witnesses? See how well your class does after watching a short video. The results may surprise you!

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Activity Five

A HOUSE DIVIDED

Your class becomes true document examiners as they reconstruct evidence from an embezzlement scandal at a mortgage company. Can they work together to identify the culprit?
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Activity Six

THE WRITE STUFF

This activity teaches students how oblique lighting can be used to read indented writing. This simple technique will make your students feel like true forensic scientists.

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Activity Seven

DIAGNOSTIC FORENSIC SOLUTIONS, INC.

In this inquiry-driven activity, students simulate running their own private forensics firm. Can they follow the evidence, catch the criminal, and stay within the budget?

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Activity Nine

NO BONES ABOUT IT

Students learn how a person's height can be calculated from the length of a single bone, then use this information to identify victims from a newly-discovered crime scene.

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Activity Ten

STICKY FINGERS

Using their own fingerprints (No ink required!) your students learn about the various types of fingerprints. They then use this knowledge to finger a suspect for a recent burglary.

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