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Forensic Odontology / Bite Mark Video Guide - NO PREP

Forensic Odontology / bite mark video guide! Students watch the 30 minute video False Positive: When Forensic Science Fails. Free on YouTube!

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Forensic Odontology / bite mark video guide! Students watch the 30 minute video False Positive: When Forensic Science Fails. Free on YouTube!

This video guide prompts students to answer open ended questions about the case of Robert Stinson, a young man wrongly convicted of murder based on bite mark evidence. He spent more than 20 years in prison before being exonerated based on DNA.

The video includes a great discussion of flaws in bite mark evidence, and why it is so unreliable.

Full KEY included!

This video is the perfect follow up to the Bite Mark Evidence Activities, where students experience how difficult it is to make a dental match, and how easily a false match can be made.

 

Take a look at the preview of the Video Guide!

 

Five Stars!

What some happy teachers are saying about this resource in our Teachers Pay Teachers store:

My students found this a really engaging way to learn about bite mark evidence, how it has been used in the courts, and the drawbacks to bite marks as evidence.                   – Ashley U.             May 3, 2022

Very engaging and interesting lesson.                    – Melissa R.                 May 18, 2022

 

 

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