This assessment is designed to test your students’ knowledge of everything offered in the Science of Curiosity Death Investigations Unit (listed below)-
- – Interactive Google Slides teaches your students about Time Since Death, Manner and Cause of Death, and the job of the Medical Examiner. Includes an activity and Google Form review questions.
- Teach the terms used by Forensic Pathologists / Medical Examiners when they perform an Autopsy! Interactive Google Slides, Printable Notes and Hands on Activity!
- – NO PREP! Everything your students need to learn what happens to a body after death, and then use those skills to estimate when Zelda died. Was it accidental death, or murder??
- There are many ways to use this resource in your class to reinforce learning about autopsies, entomology, cause of death, and time since death.
- – a fun documentary that students always enjoy! The Body Farm, located in TN, is home to a few dozen donated bodies, where Forensic Scientists go to learn about human decomposition.
- : Learn the five stages of decomposition to determine the time since death (post mortem interval). A great addition to your Forensics Death Investigation unit! This is designed to be a student independent activity, no direct instruction is needed!
- : Students learn how to measure maggots to determine the time since death! Digital activity – no prep!
- Teach your students how to be Forensic Anthropologists! Learn to read bones and determine gender, height and age. Then solve a Missing Person Case!
Assessment can be used for a Test, Quiz, or Review. Contains thirty multiple choice questions on a self grading Google Form. Form can also be printed and completed on paper.
The Google Form is 100% EDITABLE! Change whatever you would like for the needs of your classroom.
Click here to see a preview of the Death Investigation Assessment notes and activity.