Lesson Plans – Oct. 22nd to 26th

Monday: Students will be assigned the Dollhouse/Shoebox Crime Scene Project, which will be due on December 10th. This project may be completed by groups of up to three. The full project details will be handed out in class and also posted on Google Classroom.

Tuesday: Students will be working in their groups brainstorming and developing their scenarios for the Dollhouse/Shoebox Crime Scene Project, which will be due on December 10th.

Wednesday: Mr. Freeman will be out. Students will be completing the Review Questions worksheet. Students will need to access the textbook, Forensic Science: An Introduction – Chapter 2: The Crime Scene, through Google Classroom to help answer the questions. The assignment will be due at the end of class on Friday.

Thursday: Mr. Freeman will be out. Students will be completing the Review Questions worksheet. Students will need to access the textbook, Forensic Science: An Introduction – Chapter 2: The Crime Scene, through Google Classroom to help answer the questions. The assignment will be due at the end of class on Friday.

Friday: Students will be finishing and turning in the Review Questions worksheet from Wednesday and Thursday.

Lesson Plans – Sept. 24th to 28th

Monday: Students will finish and turn in Ch 2.1 Case Study – Coral Eugene Watts and the Case Study 2.2: Ronald Cotton, then they will be working on their Ch 2: Types of Evidence Project.

Tuesday: Students will be working on their Ch 2: Types of Evidence Project.

Wednesday: Students will be working on their Ch 2: Types of Evidence Project.

Thursday: Students will be working on Case Study 2.3: Fracture Match, found on Google Classroom, then they will be working on their Ch 2: Types of Evidence Project.

Friday: Students will be turning in their Ch 2: Types of Evidence Project, then they will be completing Activity 2.2: Types of Evidence, which will be due on Monday, Oct. 1st.

Lesson Plans – Sept. 17th to 21st

Monday: Students will be completing the Chapter 2 Vocabulary: Types of Evidence, and the students will be assigned the Chapter 2: Types of Evidence Project, the details of which can be found on Google Classroom under Tests/Projects. The project will be due on Friday, September 28th. (Project is a differentiated assignment.)

Tuesday: Students will be participating in the NASA Exercise: Survival on the Moon, the Monkey Business Illusion video, and the WHODUNNIT? video activities.

Wednesday: Students will have a project workday, where they will be allowed to work on the Chapter 2: Types of Evidence Project.

Thursday: Students will have a project workday, where they will be allowed to work on the Chapter 2: Types of Evidence Project.

Friday: Students will be participating in the Brain Games – Eyewitness Inaccuracy, Source Monitoring Error, and Misinformation Effect video and the Take This Test and Experience How False Memories Are Made video activities. Then students will be assigned the Ch 2.1 Case Study – Coral Eugene Watts and the Case Study 2.2: Ronald Cotton to complete by Monday, September 24th.

Lesson Plans – Sept. 10th to 14th

Monday: Chapter 1.5: Pursuing Justice and Chapter 1.6: Federal Rules of Evidence Notes

Tuesday: Students will be completing the Case Study 1.1: Strong Whiskey Activity, once finished students will begin working on their Chapter 1 Test Reviews posted on Google Classroom.

Wednesday: Students will be finishing their Chapter 1 Test Reviews.

Thursday: Chapter 1 Test

Friday: Work Day, students will be finishing up any assignment that they have not yet completed for this chapter.

Lesson Plans – August 20th to 24th

Monday: Students will sign-in to Google Classroom, and students will set up their interactive notebooks.

Google Code for class 1st Period – gyike8

                                           3rd Period – k3f9wxq

                                         8th Period – p7mllk

 

Tuesday: Chapter 1.1: Introduction to Forensics & the Law notes.

 

Wednesday: Students will complete the Forensic Science Screener Test, then if needed finish Ch 1.1 notes.

Start Forensic Science History Timeline, students will be working in small groups to complete this assignment.

 

Thursday: Students will be working on the Forensic Science History Timeline.

Friday: Students will finish and turn in the Forensic Science History Timeline.

Lessons for 2/5 to 2/9

Monday (2/5) to Wednesday (2/7):

  • Students will be working on their Chapter 8: Toxicology Project.
  • Instructions for the project can be found on Google Classroom.
  • Wednesday ONLY – Benchmark Test (English 1 & 2) from 7:55 to 11:45.
  • 1ST PERIOD will report to the AG Shop while testing is taking place.
  • 6TH PERIOD will be back in my classroom.

Thursday (2/8) to Friday (2/9):

  • Students will begin showing their presentations to class.

Lesson Plants for 1/29 – 2/2

Monday (1/29) to Wednesday (1/31):

  • Students will be presenting their Illegal Drug Projects and Anti-Drug Posters to the class.
  • The Illegal Drug Project and Anti-Drug Poster details can be found on Google Classroom.

Thursday (2/1):

  • Students will be working on the completing the Chapter 8 Vocabulary worksheet.
  • Students may access Chapter 8 through Google Classroom or using the textbook in class.

Friday (2/2):

  • Students will be writing reactions to Case Studies from Chapter 7 and Chapter 8.
  • Chapters 7 & 8 may be accessed through Google Classroom or using the textbook in class.