Teach your students Forensics Explosives Evidence with this fully digital resource! Students learn about explosives and five different types of bombs, while recording what they learn in their guided notes. They will then do a research presentation about a chosen bombing event.
- to teach about Forensic Explosives: A Google Slide set that is student independent, or use the Google Slide set that is designed for lecture. 22 Slides of information!
- Guided notes for students to record what they learn. Print out or complete digitally!
- KEY of the Guided Notes
- Explosions / Bomb Project Rubric: 100 point rubric with details and instructions for what students need to include!
- Explosions / Bomb Project Google Slides Template to make getting started on the project easier for students
- List of Bombs/Explosions that students can choose from for their project. List includes twenty events and a link for each event to give students a head start on research
- Presentation Notes sheet: give to students so they can take notes as they watch their peers’ presentations. Print out or complete digitally!
- Explosions Assessment: 20 multiple choice questions on a Google Form that can be used as an assessment, a review, or a check for understanding
- Detailed Teaching Guide
Forensics Explosives Evidence Google Slides includes these topics:
- What is an explosive? Key vocabulary
- Detonation vs Deflagration explosives
- Introduction to five different types of Bombs: Pipe bomb, pressure cooker bomb, car bomb, letter bomb, liquid explosives bomb
- The work and tools used by the Bomb Squad
- Evidence collection at the crime scene
- Overview of the work of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Arson and Explosives (ATF)
Take a look at the preview of the Forensics Explosives Evidence!
What some happy teachers are saying about this resource in our Teachers Pay Teachers store:
This was such a well worth the buy. Very thorough. I learned a few things as I taught/led the students through this project. – Sheila P. May 6, 2022
This was an excellent addition to my Arson unit. The students really enjoyed learning about it. Thank you so much for this awesome and easy to use resource! I highly recommend it! – Ms. T. January 26, 2022
Even though I have all that I need to teach ballistics and arson in forensic chemistry, this was a must!! Thanks! Great job! – Suzanne J. October 26, 2021