Georgia Forensic Science SLO Practice

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Students will recognize and classify various types of evidence in relation to the definition and scope of Forensic Science.20%
Students will use various scientific techniques to analyze physical and trace evidence.20%
Students will analyze the use of toxicology, serology, and DNA technology in forensic investigations.20%
Students will evaluate the role of ballistics, tool marks and evidence of arson in forensic investigation.20%
Students will evaluate the role of Forensics as it pertains to Medicolegal Death Investigation.20%
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  • Characteristics of Science
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Test Standards

Characteristics of Science
1. (SCSh1)  Further Understanding
2. (SCSh2)  Safety
3. (SCSh3)  Investigate Scientifically
4. (SCSh4)  Scientific Tools
5. (SCSh5)  Analyze Data
6. (SCSh6)  Communicate Findings
7. (SCSh7)  Scientific Knowledge
8. (SCSh8)  Scientific Inquiry
Students will recognize and classify various types of evidence in relation to the definition and scope of Forensic Science.
1. (SFS1a)  History Of Forensics
2. (SFS1b)  Physical Vs. Trace Evidence
3. (SFS1c)  Proper Technique
4. (SFS1d)  Relevance Of Evidence
5. (SFS1e)  Organize Information
Students will use various scientific techniques to analyze physical and trace evidence.
1. (SFS2a)  Fingerprint Collection Techniques
2. (SFS2b)  Hair, Fibers, Soil, And Glass
3. (SFS2c)  Post Mortem Changes
4. (SFS2d)  Handwriting And Documents
5. (SFS2e)  Chromatography And Spectroscopy
Students will analyze the use of toxicology, serology, and DNA technology in forensic investigations.
1. (SFS3a)  Toxins
2. (SFS3b)  Effects Of Alcohol
3. (SFS3c)  Techniques To Isolate Toxins
4. (SFS3d)  Human Vs. Animal Blood
5. (SFS3e)  Blood Stain Patterns
6. (SFS3f)  DNA
7. (SFS3g)  DNA Profiling
Students will evaluate the role of ballistics, tool marks and evidence of arson in forensic investigation.
1. (SFS4a)  Firearm Lab Tests
2. (SFS4b)  Trajectory
3. (SFS4c)  Tool Marks And Impressions
4. (SFS4d)  Arson And Bombs
Students will evaluate the role of Forensics as it pertains to Medicolegal Death Investigation.
1. (SFS5a)  Causes Of Death
2. (SFS5b)  Manner Of Death