Thursday 29 SeptemberTopic: Lip Prints DO NOW: • Turn in your reflection • Move into your groups OBJECTIVE: • Explain the importance of lip prints as evidence. • Describe the 5 lip print patterns • Analyze lip prints AGENDA: • Introduce the jar! • Group work to gather lip print information • Draw and describe a classmate’s lip prints HW: • Summary of lip print analysis
Group Reading • Individually, read the article about the reversed conviction • As a group: • Identify what piece of evidence convicted Mr. Davis as the murderer • Describe why the judge decided on a new trial • Discuss your reaction as to the validity of lip prints
Lip Print Analysis • 1 member in your group needs to volunteer to (temporarily) wear lipstick • The volunteer will make 2 lip impressions • Each group will compare & contrast the lip prints of their own group member and the lip print from a different group.
HW • Complete worksheet that completes your analysis of the lip prints