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<h3>Get trained for your job as a Forensic Scientist at the CSI Training Center.</h3> <b>You task is to complete Case One: Rookie Training.</b> Create an account to save your work.forensics.rice.eduCSI: THE EXPERIENCE — Web Adventures
Huck Finn stages a crime scene to make it look like he was murdered. Your CSI team must collect the evidence with your iPad in the classroom.www.learning-english-online.net
Prepare for your CSI assignment and view the video. This must be viewed before you begin to collect the evidence in the classroom.www.youtube.comI came up with this idea as an activity to do prior to reading Ch. 6 & 7 of Huck Finn. To read further details about the activity go to my blog entry (http:/...
Using the QR text scans, copy and paste the evidence notes into a Google Document. <h3>There are six evidence clues.</h3>
Back in the lab (computer lab) draw a diagram of the crime scene in Google Draw. Your teacher will show you how to import your drawing.
Back in the lab (computer lab) analyze your evidence notes and formulate a theory based on the evidence.
<h3>Go back to the CSI lab and start your next case. Case 2.</h3> <br /><br />forensics.rice.eduCSI: THE EXPERIENCE — Web Adventures
Turn in your CSI report to your CSI Superior.docs.google.comMs. Merlino's In Box
<h3>Created by Thinklink Expert Educator Patricia Merlino.</h3> Graphic created by Patricia Merlino using canva.com. Visit my website at merlinotechmentions.weebly.com
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This idea for this project is provided by Edtech Bytes with Mormann. <h3>Visit this page to download QR codes for this project.</h3>bormannbytes.com