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FORENSIC SCIENCE ARSON LAB

Brainstorm with your group members what you predict the following areas involve when conducting a forensic arson investigation:

*Proof of Incendiarism

*Proof of Opportunity

*Proof of Motive

*Connecting Evidence

What’s the title of this article?

How do you know from the source that this is a professional resource for information?

According to this forensic science article, what is the future of fire investigation going to invovle?

What is the responsibility of a crime scene technician?

Explain what “search & seizure” means.

Explain this quote, “Every contact leaves its trace..”

Name the 3 categories for fingerprints.

How does this title relate to our studies of forensic science?

- In what year did this bombing occur? Subtract the year 2011 from this year to find out how many years have passed since this arson attack.
- Identify what nitrourea is and how it is involved with the WTC bombing.
- Is ammonium nitrate stronger in comparison to nitrourea?
- What did you learn about hydrogen from the article?

Brainstorm tonight what the main ideas are of the 3 articles. Bring your prewriting next class so that we can write the conclusion paragraph in class on Wednesday.