M.F. Thurs. Feb 26 Aday

Posted on February 26, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Medical Forensics.

1.  Lecture on teeth

2.  Workbook pages 8A, 15-18, 11-13.

Magnet M.F Wed Feb 25

Posted on February 25, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Magnet Medical Forensics.

1.  Check off unit 5 notes & vocab

2.  Unit 5 lecture

3.  Hair Lab Prep Hair Lab Activity QP

4.  Fiber Lab Prep – in book

5.  Lab day Friday, Feb 27th

M.F. Wed Feb 25

Posted on by qupearce.
Categories: Medical Forensics.

Workbook pages 15-18, 8 part A.

Lecture on Teeth

Lab week next week! Test on Unit 9 next week!

M.F. Mon/Tues Feb 23/24

Posted on February 23, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Medical Forensics.

Good luck to Basketball at the State Playoffs!

Class assignments today:

1.  BLue Forensics book page 278, #1 & 2 only.  Trace the pubic bones into your notes/vocab booklet.  Using a protactor or compass, determine the angle of the pubic arch.  Write if each is determined to be male or female.

2.  Color & label page 19, the terms to label and know are on page 20.

3.  Height determination page 14.  Use the chart on page 25.

Magnet Assignments for Monday Feb 23rd

Posted on February 20, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Magnet Medical Forensics.

1.  Complete the Worksheet review assignment located in Moodle, Unit 4 Fingerprint Review Worksheet.  DO THIS BEFORE YOU TEST!

2.  In Moodle, take the Unit 4 Test.  It will be open for use from Sunday, February 22nd at noon, to Monday, February 23rd at 3:00 P.M.  REMEMBER YOU ONLY HAVE 45 MINUTES TO COMPLETE THE TEST ONCE YOU START IT!!!  Password is “closed.”

3.  Complete the notes & vocab for Unit 5.  I will check this off on Wednesday, first thing!  We will also be doing the Hair Lab Wednesday.

Hair_Fiber_Analysis - Unit 5 is on Hair & Fibers

Magnet MF Feb 19

Posted on February 19, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Magnet Medical Forensics.

1.  Completed ALL fingerprint labs.  You should end up with three complete labs: Latent Prints (5 procedures and results, 1 discussion), Plastic Prints, & Visible prints.  The results for the visible prints are below.  Find yours, and using the computer, mark 10 minutiae using Paint or Adobe, print it and place, labeled, as results for Visible Prints.

2.  Fingerprint Review = create and complete a crossword on the vocabulary of Unit 4.

3.  Class is held ONLINE next time.  Access to Moodle begins at 12:00 on Sunday, February 22nd and closes at 3:00 PM on Monday, February 23rd.

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M.F. Thurs Feb 19

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Categories: Medical Forensics.

We completed the discussion on bones – workbook pages 1-7, 9 part A, 10 and 21 should be finished by next class time.

M.F. FRIDAY Feb 13th

Posted on February 13, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Medical Forensics.
    1. Go to this site: http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/young_old.html  and read the page that comes up.  It is about aging human skeletal remains.  Pretty general info, but gets you started in the right direction. Continue to access the following sites in this order: (links also found on the right had side of the first page)
    2. http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/male_female.html
    3. http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/ancestry.html
    4. http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/human_nonhuman.html
    5. ADD INFORMATION TO YOUR UNIT 9 NOTES (only stuff you didn’t already know)
  1. Background complete.  Now the access this page:  http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/forensic_files.html (case studies, link also found on left hand side of the other pages)  There are 8 different forensic anthropology cases on this page.  Select 3 to read and write a 1 paragraph summary of each of the case studies (the paragraph summary should have at least 6 paragraphs in it).
  2. Finally, research the current ongoing investigation in Fruit Heights with the “older” human remains which were found this past week.  Look at the Standard Examiner, Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune, etc.  Using at least 2 sources (put them on your paper too), list on the same page as your case study summaries, (in a list format), the KNOWN FACTS of the case.
  3. Print this page (should only be 1-2 pages long) and turn it in.

Magnet Feb 12 & 17

Posted on February 12, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Magnet Medical Forensics.

Feb 12: Fingerprints!  We printed all fingers.  All toes are due next time.  Covered notes on types of prints and minutiae detail.  Prepped for lab day on Tuesday.

Feb 17:  LAB DAY!!  Super busy – do not miss!

Unit 4 Fingerprint Protocols

M.F. Thursday, Feb 12

Posted on February 11, 2015 by qupearce.
Categories: Medical Forensics.

5th & 6th period:

Sorry I am away during your classes today!  My 4 year old has strep, so I cannot be there until 11:30 or so.  If you have questions, come see me during 2nd lunch or after school.

Today’s plan (and learn this stuff – NO GROUP WORK)

  1. NO HALL PASSES
  2. About the height proportion lab last time…keep the papers from that lab until next time when you will get your lab notebook back (I am in the middle of grading them).
    1. Go to this site: http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/young_old.html  and read the page that comes up.  It is about aging human skeletal remains.  Pretty general info, but gets you started in the right direction. Continue to access the following sites in this order: (links also found on the right had side of the first page)
    2. http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/male_female.html
    3. http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/ancestry.html
    4. http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/human_nonhuman.html
    5. ADD INFORMATION TO YOUR UNIT 9 NOTES (only stuff you didn’t already know)
  3. Background complete.  Now the access this page: http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbone/forensic_files.htm  There are 8 different forensic anthropology cases on this page.  Select 3 to read and write a 1 paragraph summary of each of the case studies (the paragraph summary should have at least 6 paragraphs in it).
  4. Finally, research the current ongoing investigation in Fruit Heights with the “older” human remains which were found this past week.  Look at the Standard Examiner, Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune, etc.  Using at least 2 sources (put them on your paper too), list on the same page as your case study summaries, (in a list format), the KNOWN FACTS of the case.
  5. Print this page (should only be 1-2 pages long) and turn it in.
  6. If time remains, or if you are too loud, the substitute will have further instructions and work:).
  7. ENJOY!  One of my favorite units…lots to still learn and DO!
  8. Next time I will check off Unit 9, go through the Power Point, finish the proportions lab write-up, and start looking at your animal bones again! (don’t worry if yours did not turn out very nicely…..I have extras!)
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