Teach the autopsy terms used by Forensic Pathologists / Medical Examiners when they perform a death investigation! Includes Interactive Google Slides, Printable Notes and a Hands on Activity!
Students will learn and practice the terms:
- Superior and Inferior
- Proximal and Distal
- Lateral and Medial
The Resource includes:
- Forensic Medical Examiner Terms Google Slides: 8 Interactive Slides, student independent (no direct instruction needed!), students drag and drop, fill in the blank, and answer questions on the slides as they learn.
- Printable Notes
- Playdoh John Doe Medical Examination Activity: Students make a playdoh body, add injuries to the body, and then describe the location of the injuries using the Autopsy Terms! Includes modifications of the activity if playdoh is not available!
Includes comprehensive Teaching Guide with instructions for using the resource and tips for grading.
Click here to see a preview of the Death Investigation Autopsy Terms.
Here is what some happy teachers are saying about the Death Investigation Autopsy Terms:
This was very effective for teaching the medical terminology. I followed up with Science of Curiosity’s “Play Doh John Doe” (Actual Play Doh not required) resource to check for understanding. – S.J. July 28, 2021
Great activity with forensic students. – Rosa P. May 8, 2021