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Forensic Case Study: Murder at Eagle Nest Harbor NGSS

SKU #CSI-595
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A murder in a quiet house boat community sets the stage for you and your students to test their forensic knowledge. Students will take on the role of a forensic technician as they analyze hair, fiber, fingerprint, blood, and hand writing evidence to help pin point the killer.

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A murder in a quiet house boat community sets the stage for your students to test their forensic knowledge. Does your class have what it takes to find the murderer? Students will take on the role of forensic technicians as they analyze hair, fiber, fingerprint, blood, and handwriting evidence to help identify the killer. This kit provides a unique and complex set of evidence, and includes enough materials for 15 groups to perform their analysis as well as teacher and student guide master copies.

Kit Includes: 1 x 10mL Crime Scene: Blood Evidence, 1 x 10mL Suspect 1: Blood Evidence, 1 x 10mL Suspect 2: Blood Evidence, 1 x 10mL Suspect 3: Blood Evidence, 1 x 10mL Suspect 4: Blood Evidence, 1 x 10mL Suspect 5: Blood Evidence, 3 x 10mL Anti-A Antiserum, 3 x 10mL Anti-B Antiserum, 3 x 10mL Anti-Rh Antiserum, 15 pieces Crime Scene: Thread Evidence, 15 pieces Suspect 1: Thread Evidence, 15 pieces Suspect 2: Thread Evidence, 15 pieces Suspect 3: Thread Evidence, 15 pieces Suspect 4: Thread Evidence, 15 pieces Suspect 5: Thread Evidence, 1 bag Crime Scene: Hair Evidence, 1 bag Suspect 1: Hair Evidence, 1 bag Suspect 2: Hair Evidence, 1 bag Suspect 3: Hair Evidence, 1 bag Suspect 4: Hair Evidence, 1 bag Suspect 5: Hair Evidence, 90 Blood Typing Trays, 1 pkg Toothpicks, 1 pkg Microscope slides, 1 pkg Coverslips

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NGSS

Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1.A; PS1.B
Performance Expectations: MS-PS1-2
Cross Cutting Concepts: Structure and Function
Engineering Practices: Developing and Using Models

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