East Central University NSTA ITV Meeting Presentation:
Science of Toys Theme.
Crime Scene Investigation
Celeste Dibler, Paula Jones, Michael Lindley, Paul Wilson
The students will have an understanding of the surface anatomy of the
The students will be come familiar with the bones of the face and skull
as well as the muscles covering
This will not only
help with understanding the internal structures, but also with external
The students will have to look at the suspects and
determine which one they have constructed.
The students will get
an understanding of how individual differences in these features will
account for differences in facial appearance.
This is a very interactive lesson.
The students will relate to
the Crime Scene Investigation Kit because of the popular tv show.
After the lesson, the teacher can talk about possible jobs in the field
of forensic biology.
The students will be graded on the following:
100 pts. for accurate features (nose, muscles, face
contour, ears, etc.)
50 pts. for participation
50 pts. for chosing the suspect correctly
The students can be assessed in a variety of ways.
Students will be given an exam or quiz where they must name the 8 bones
of the cranium.
What bones are connected by the frontal suture, by sagital suture?
With one exception all bones are joined by sutures, what is the
What facial bones form the chin? the cheekbone? the upper
jaw and bony eyebrow ridges?
PASS Skills Met:
science process standards
1. observe and measure
ART Process Standards Met:
1. language of visual art
3. visual art expression (molding clay)
4. visual Art appreciation