Get ready for the Unit Test with this Death Investigation Review game! Fun, quirky, simple to play, no prep, digital! Thirty two open ended questions!
The game covers these topics:
- The role of a Medical Examiner
- Evidence in autopsy to determine cause of death
- Evidence in autopsy to determine post mortem interval
- Entomology – determine post mortem interval with insects
- Anthropology – clues found in bones
- Student Answer Sheet: students will write down the answers to the review questions as the game goes along. This will keep them engaged, reinforce the reviewed material, hold them accountable, and leave them with the perfect study guide for the test!
- Full answer key!
- Detailed Teaching Guide with tips and tricks to get the most out of this review game
How to Play the Death Investigation Review Game:
- Students are put into groups. Groups take turns choosing questions that can be worth 5, 10 or 15 points.
- If the group gets the question correct, they then choose a Mystery Card! This card may ask students to swap groups, or give up points to another group, or offer the chance for more points if the team does something fun (like sing Row Row Row Your Boat!)
- The game continues until all questions have been answered. The group with the highest score wins!
The entire review game is digital, contained inside one Google Slide set with 74 Google Slides! Click question numbers to be brought to that question, then again to see the answer. Choose ‘Home’ to go back to the first slide. Click the smiley face to go to the Mystery Cards!
This review game was made for Science of Curiosity’s t, but can be used and adapted to any Death Investigation Forensics Unit. The slides are fully editable!
Click HERE to see the full Pacing Guide and know how this resource fits into the whole Forensic Science Curriculum.
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More Forensic Death Investigation Resources:
- – 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!
- Death Investigation Review Game! A super fun whole-class review game that allows teams to compete against each other with some wacky twists and turns!
- Death Investigation Assessment Forensic Science: Thirty multiple choice questions on a self grading Google Form, covering all topics in this Unit!
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