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FORENSICS ASSIGNMENTS

June

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 3

Senior Field Day

4 5

EXAM Toxicology

6

 

9

Crime scene scenario and job list due.

10

Crime Scene

Group 1 Presents

Group 2 solves

Per 4 CSI

Per 6 CSI

11

Crime Scene

Group 2 Presents

Group 1 Solves

Per 4 CSI

Per 6 CSI

12

Group presentation of evidence to the "Court".

13

 

16

Last Day of Class

17 18 19 20
23 24 25 26

Graduation 7 PM

27

May

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
      1 2

Footprint Lab

MUST WEAR/BRING SHOES WITH A PATTERN

5

Hair Lab

Complete Footprint Lab

6

TEST - Hair and hair analysis

7

FIBER analysis

8 9

Hair Lab (Human)

12

Hair Lab (Animal)

13

Finish Hair Lab

14 15

FIBER SAMPLES DUE

Begin Fiber lab

 

16

TEST -->Fibers + Paint

HAIR LAB DUE

19

FIBER LAB

20

 

21 22 23
26 27

Begin TOXICOLOGY

28

Fiber Lab DUE

29 30

April

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  1 2 3 4
7 8 9 10

Ballistics Exam

11
14

Bring in shoe box for footprint impression lab

15 16 17

Ballistics Lab DUE

18
21 22 23 24 25
28

Remember to obtain hair samples and fiber samples

29

Shoebox DUE

30    

March

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
3 4 5

TEST Chapters 6+11

3rd marking period power point presentation DUE!

E-mail to revensonm@mahopac.k12.ny.us

6

Begin presentations

7
10

Presentation Test THIS WEEK.

11 12

Begin Fingerprint ID and analysis

13 14
17 18 19 20

Fingerprint ID lab

21
24 25 26

Fingerprint ID lab Due

27 28
31

FP lifting lab due

       

February

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
4 5 6 7

Chromatography Lab Due

8
11 12

2 topics with summary abstract for third marking period project DUE

13

Test tomorrow.  Snow day or not!

14

NO MATTER WHAT - - TEST Chap 5 + 11 what we've done so far.

15

GUEST Speaker

Putnam County Cause and Origin Team.  Capt. J. Munch

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25 26 27 28 29

January

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    2 3 4
7 8 9 10 11
14 15 16

Magic Markers for chromatography lab

17 18
21 22

Extra help 12 noon room 239

23

Extra help 12 noon and again at 2 pm in room 239

24

MIDTERM EXAM 7:40 AM

BRING your notebooks for the power point presentation exam.

per 4 room 225

per 6 room 227

25
28

You will need markers for the upcoming chromatography lab

29

Bring in Marker for Chromatography lab

30

Bring in 5 markers for chromatography lab

31

Chromatography Lab - 5 Markers DUE

 

December

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
3 4

SOIL LAB DUE - TYPED

Title, Purpose, Procedure (stepwise), Data, Pictures with descriptions (clean circles or NO circles), Discussion (How this can be useful/helpful in a forensic setting)

Refractive index of glass lab

5

Determining the refractive index of liquids using the refractometer.

6

Lab result comparison.  Begin Forensic Microscopy

7
10

Refractive index of Glass LAB DUE.  Same lab write-up procedure as listed on 12/4/07

11

What you need for the microscope lab:

1) Color Picture  2) Paper Money  3) News print  4) Magazine print  5) your hand

12 13

MICROSCOPE LAB.  Bring required items (see 12/11)

14

Ball park - TEST on Microscopy.

17

 

18 19 20 21

Second Marking Period Power point presentations begin when we return from break.

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31        

November

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
      1 2

MP1 project presentation TEST

5

Spectroscopy Lab

6 7 8

Bring in glass bottle for lab

9 END MP 1

Bring in glass bottle for lab. 

Bring in ziplock of soil for lab

12 13

GLASS Bottle DUE.

Bring in ziplock of soil for lab

14

SOIL DUE

15 16
19 20

Glass Fracture lab DUE

TEST GLASS Chap 4

21

SOIL LAB

22

ENJOY!

23
26

SOIL LAB

27

Dead Reckoning Video

28

Computer Lab for second MP Project topic

29

TYPED ABSTRACTS DUE for second marking period project (see bottom of forensics home page).

Finish soil lab - Sed. rate and pH

30

Glass - Index of refraction lab

October

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1 2 3

Bertillion Measurement Lab Due

Bertillion Lab Pictures

 

4 5

We will be starting our MP 1 PPT presentations next week.

8 9 10 11

Back to school night

12

EXAM Crime scene

15

Crime Scene measurements lab

Per 4 Marisa's Pictures

Per 6 Tom's Pictures

Rev's Pictures

16 17

rough to smooth sketch

18

BEGIN PPT presentations

19

Smooth sketch and other group info DUE .. typed.

22 23

SUPA Man - Dr. Spencer from S.U. is coming to meet and greet us.

24 25 26
29 30 31    

September

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
3 4 5

Have Class Expectations signed.

6

Follow registration instructions given in class.  Log on and register!

7
10

1st Marking period TOPIC with abstract due.

11

Go on-line (as explained in class) to register.

Period 4 CHE 113  section 059

Period 6 CHE 113 section 060

BRING the signed form to class

Resubmit new topic if yours was a duplicate.  List of taken topics are below.

12

Registrations DUE! 

BRING signed forms TO CLASS

Make sure your internet usage form is in to the computer lab

 

13

L'Shona Tova

14
17

Please make sure you have your Internet permission slip in to the computer lab (room 219). 

18 19 20

STUDY for test on "Chap 1" forensic history, and background.

21
24

COMPUTER LAB

Research for 1st MP Project

25 26

 

27

TEST "Chap 1" material and articles covered in class

Begin Crime scene analysis

28

Work on your power point presentation

TOPIC TAKEN so far for MP 1 project (updated 9/17 at 1410)

Period 4

Period 6

Handwriting, fire and arson, audio enhancement, entomology, DNA analysis, footwear evidence, blood spatter, pathology, toxicology, hair, fingerprinting, ballistics, serology, crime scene investigation, photography, accident reconstruction, computers, handwriting, serology, trauma fracture patterns, chromatography, anthropology, tool marks, botany, glass. Photography, firearms, anthropology, fingerprinting, toxicology, hair analysis, accident reconstruction, serology, odontology, crime scene protocol, bloodstain patterns, documents/handwriting, voice examination, ballistics, DNA, microscope, footwear evidence, psychological profiling, chromatography, pathology, spectrophotometry, explosives, arson dogs, entomology.

 

 

Pictures from 2006-2007 course year

9/2006 per 6 Bertillon Lab pictures

 

10/17/07Period 6 Crime Scene analysis pictures   

Period 8 Crime Scene analysis pictures

6/5/07 Per 6 Photo's Mahopac Meat Packing Murder  Per 6 A-I Rev's Pictures  

Per 8 Vicky's Murder  Per 8 rev's pictures

 

6/8/07 Per 6 K-Z crime scene.  Gina in trunk, B-Mack on ground 

Per 6 K-Z Rev's pictures

Per 8 - Jenna's Murder (senior scene investigated by the Juniors) 

Per 8 Rev's pictures

 

Pictures from 2005-2006 course year

Period 1 Crime Scene Pictures 6/2006

Period 8 Crime Scene Pictures 6/2006

Group 1

Period 1 Crime scene pictures 6/2006

Period 2 Crime scene pictures 6/2006

Group 2

Halloween Pictures

 

Per 1 Crime scene photo PPT click here

Per 8 Crime Scene photo PPT