Historic Development(POGIL1)

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Historic Development of Forensic Science What are the important developments that mark the progression of Forensic Science? Why? As with any science, developments in Forensic Science can be examined to show the  progression of it by examining historic events.  These milestones have also shaped the  organization of a crime laboratory, the types of evidence examined, and the analysis of that  evidence.  Lastly, the inclusion of evidence into the courtroom should be included in this  historic examination.   Learning Outcome Students will be able to identify the persons and events that mark the development of  Forensic Science.  Students will be able to identify the services provided by crime laboratories, from full  service to specialties. Students will be able to identify the four court cases most often used in establishing the  acceptability of evidence/testimony in the courtroom New Concepts There are nine prominent men that accredited for the progression of  Forensic Science through history. The organization of a crime laboratory can be subdivided into the types of  evidence analyzed in that department Prerequisites none Reading Assignment
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Saferstein, 8 th  edition, pg. 1-22 Model 1 : Team Building     You should now be in a group of four.  In that group, job assignments  need to be given each time a POGIL is assigned during class – it is  recommended that the students in the group rotate through the job  assignments.  On the provided worksheet, list the names of the people in  your POGIL group and the jobs that have been chosen for this evening.  You will be expected to get into these same groups of four during each  POGIL activity. Job assignments: Manager –  actively participates, keeps the team focused on the task, distributes work and responsibilities, resolves disputes, and assures that all members participate and understand. Recorder –  actively participates, keeps a record of the assignment and what the team has done, and prepares a report in consultation with the others. Spokesperson –  actively participates and presents reports and discussion to the class.
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Strategy Analyst -  actively participates, identifies strategies and methods for problem solving, identifies what the team is doing well and gets an instructors attention when a consultation is needed Go to the last page of the POGIL and remove the activity worksheet.  This  worksheet will be turned in at the end of this evening’s lesson Model 2 : Historic Timeline BC Evidence of fingerprints . - 250 … ERASISTRATUS
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course CHE 113 taught by Professor Spencer during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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