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  • 1. Warm-up, 10.27.2009 Name 4 examples of evidence that could be found at a crime scene that could only belong to a single person (or their identical twin).
  • 2. Today’s Assignment: Forensic Science Webquest
      • Read the brief description at the top of the page.
      • Click “week one” and follow the instructions on the page. Type up your responses to the questions into a word document.
      • If you finish week one before the end of class, move on to week two.
      • When finished, post your work on the most recent entry to
  • 3. GO HERE NOW
  • 4. Period 2: Class Wiki
    • Create an email address/google documents account if you do not already have one.
    • Open up a new word document.
    • Go to and register an account for yourself and your partner. Put your name, username and password at the top of your word document.
    • Log in and then go to
      • This is where we will be uploading our wiki entries. Begin work on your topic today. Find pictures, short videos, and sounds to help illustrate your point. Find lots of graphs and charts. Please remember to cite your work.
      • When you are finished, save the word document and email it to yourself. Work on your project at home. Remember to keep your file updated in your email inbox.
  • 5. Period 3:
  • 6. Period 4: Class debate
    • Vote on the topic you would like to discuss.
    • Divide into two large groups: “for” and “against.”
    • Wait for Mr. Benson’s instructions.
    • Elect a group leader who will act as a delegate to Mr. Benson. No other members of the group may speak to me about the project.
    • Divide responsibilities among your group members.
    • Begin research and discussion of your topic.