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ForensicScienceLesson2 - Week of May 17 Chemistry (Blocks...

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Unformatted text preview: Week of May 17 Chemistry (Blocks A, B, and C) Begin class with 10 minutes of silent reading. Students will write summaries of their readings in their Reading Journal. Introduce Court TV's: Forensics in the Classroom--Renters Beware. Students should read the scenario and answer questions on Renters Beware: Student Worksheet. Watch the episode of the Forensic Files entitled The List Murders. Video is in VCR. National Learning Standards: After completing the unit, the student should understand: the structure of atoms, chemical reactions, interactions of matter and energy Objective: to relate the study of chemistry to everyday practices. Assignment: Complete Forensic Files Chemistry Assignment with Crossword Puzzle. Begin class with 10 minutes of silent reading. Students will write summaries of their readings in their Reading Journal. Students will do Kastle-Meyer Color Test for blood in regular lab groups National Learning Standards: After completing the unit, the student should understand: the structure of atoms, chemical reactions, interactions of matter and energy...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 100 taught by Professor Sdfsdf during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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