Who Killed Professor Plum? Using...
This lesson, from Hagerstown Community College, uses a crime investigation context to frame an activity that uses compound and dissecting microscopes to examine various pieces of 'evidence', including fingerprints, fibers, and hair samples. The activity can also be extended into a writing assignment where students present their conclusions. Activity directions and a supply list are included, as is a student worksheet.
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