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Fiber Evidence Case Study: Wayne Williams

Forensics Fiber Evidence Case Study: Wayne Williams on trial. This resource is a perfect complement to your Forensics Fiber Unit! No prep – great for a substitute.

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Forensics Fiber Evidence Case Study: Wayne Williams on trial. This resource is a perfect complement to your Forensics Fiber Unit! No prep – great for a substitute.

Williams is associated with the murder of up to 30 people, all linked together with shared fiber evidence. Fibers found on the victims are tied to a handful of items in Williams’ home and car.

Students learn about the evidence as they watch the YouTube video ‘Pattern of a Killer – The Case of Wayne Williams’. The video is 45 minutes long and is free on YouTube. This resource provides a four-page video guide, designed to help students focus on the most important aspects of the case.

In the middle of the video, just after the fiber evidence is presented, students will pause to answer six open-ended questions (plus one at the end!) which challenge their thinking about fiber evidence. This is a great time to allow students to share their ideas with a partner or the class!

 

More Forensic Hair Evidence resources to come! Hair Evidence Assessment on the way!

I am working on the entire Trace Evidence Unit, which will include Hairs, Fibers, Paint, Soil, Glass and Powders.

 

Currently available in the Trace Evidence Unit:

Click HERE to see the full Pacing Guide and know how this resource fits into the whole Forensic Science Curriculum.

 

Click here to see a preview of the Fiber Evidence Case Study Video Guide!

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