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Forensics Basics Unit Assessment

The Google Form contains 25 multiple choice questions to gage student understanding of the basics of Forensic Science.  It is completely editable, so feel free to change anything to best fit your class!

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The Google Form contains 25 multiple choice questions to gage student understanding of the basics of Forensic Science.  It is completely editable, so feel free to change anything to best fit your class!

The Forensics Basics Assessment includes:

  • How to properly collect different types of evidence
  • Forensic Photography
  • How to sketch a crime scene
  • Categories of evidence (Individual vs Class, Direct vs Circumstantial)
  • How to process a crime scene

The Form is currently set up so that students do not get their scores back right away, but only after you release them later when you are ready. This provides the chance for you to go over the questions, or be sure everyone has taken the assessment before the scores and answers are made available. These settings can be changed by clicking on the cog icon in the top right corner!

It may also be helpful to print out copies of the assessment for students who would rather complete the work on paper. This is easy to do! Click the three little dots in the upper right corner of the Form, then click ‘Print!’.

All of the questions follow along  and come from the Unit 1 Forensics Basics  resources available from Science of Curiosity:

Click here to see a preview of the Basics Unit Assessment.

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