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I have been teaching the Level 3 Applied Science and Forensic curriculum for almost a decade. Many forensic resources out there are innovative yet pitch to younger audiences and don't meet the detail that level 3 and higher students need - I try to integrate an analytical and vocational approach to my resources.

I have been teaching the Level 3 Applied Science and Forensic curriculum for almost a decade. Many forensic resources out there are innovative yet pitch to younger audiences and don't meet the detail that level 3 and higher students need - I try to integrate an analytical and vocational approach to my resources.
Forensic Fire Investigation - the Team
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Forensic Fire Investigation - the Team

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Useful for teachers delivering forensic science and the L3 BTEC Forensic & Criminal Investigation, also Public Services. Places focus on the multi-agency approach to fire investigation, guiding learners toward a research based task. A second powerpoint looks more deeply at the benefits of multi-agency partnerships within a Public Services backdrop.
Chemical Evidence Collection
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Chemical Evidence Collection

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Presentation with consolidation questions focusing on the types and methods of chemical forensic evidence collection rather than its analysis. Useful to students studying forensic science, particularly Unit 4 within the Level 3 Forensic & Criminal Investigation BTEC.
Criminology Quiz: Nature of Crime
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Criminology Quiz: Nature of Crime

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Criminology quiz - 14 questions/match activities - with solutions to check students’ understanding of the nature of crime in the context of theory; measuring / statistics i.e. PRC & CSEW; courts; defining offence types. Useful to teachers of criminology, sociology, law. Pitched to Level 3, BTEC / A level. Of particular interest to teachers of L3 BTEC Forensic & Criminal Investigation Unit 5: Applications of Criminology.
Titrations  Bundle
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Titrations Bundle

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Two presentations with interactive activities: one introduces titrations placing focus on best practice, preparation of standard solutions, calculations; a second covering examples of titrations in industry with focus on the students exploring this further. A worksheet to practice titration and dilution calculations, with solutions. Pitched to Level 3 AS / L3 BTEC Applied Science students, also Higher GCSE chemistry pupils.
Forensic Entomology
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Forensic Entomology

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Delves further into forensics at level 3 and beyond. Links to Forensic Biology, value of evidence, fascinating Natural History facts on flies and beetles and will help teachers of the 2016 BTEC in Forensic and Criminal Investigation in their teaching of Environmental Forensics.
Best Practice in Forensic Science
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Best Practice in Forensic Science

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Covers an array of forensic biology evidence types and their value. Provides good advice for best practice for any budding CSI or Forensic Analyst! Pitched at Level 3 and beyond, will help teachers delivering the L3 BTEC in Forensic Science and the Forensic & Criminal Investigation.
Genetics Quiz Multi_Topic
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Genetics Quiz Multi_Topic

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28 question quiz with answers to check on understanding at the end of genetics topics. Questions on nucleic acids; protein synthesis; chromosomes; cell division; mutations; Mendel’s laws; heredity terms. Pitched at level 3, A level Biology & L3 Applied Science Genetics (Unit 11) students.
Forensic Pathologist-Points to Resolve
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Forensic Pathologist-Points to Resolve

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A Forensic Biology topic, placing focus on the role of the forensic pathologist and the questions that will need resolving when examining a body. Pitched at Level 3 and beyond, will help teachers of Forensics and those delivering the L3 BTEC in Forensic & Criminal Investigation.
Guide on BTEC Level 3 Points & Tariff Points
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Guide on BTEC Level 3 Points & Tariff Points

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Useful guide for the student and teacher when discussing progression with year 12 students. Translates the RQF qual. into BTEC pts and grades and then UCAS pts. Also provides generic advice on searching for a a degree course and FAQs .
Introduction to Criminal Psychology_Biology
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Introduction to Criminal Psychology_Biology

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Intro to key topics within Criminal Psychology, looking at Biology Perspectives. Useful for teachers delivering Criminology and also the L3 Forensic & Criminal Investigation BTEC.
TRILOBITES - Anatomy
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TRILOBITES - Anatomy

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A presentation of interest to geology teachers delivering palaeontology. Begins with interactive starter activities, then places focus on trilobite anatomy, with links to functioning. Pitched at L3 A level Geology, also L2 GCSE Geology higher achievers.
Forensic Toxicology_Analytical Chemistry
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Forensic Toxicology_Analytical Chemistry

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A detailed presentation on forensic toxicology using well known examples from the news/media. Focus is on the value of samples and analytical chemical techniques involved such as immunoassay and GCMS. Includes calculations that the toxicologist would perform, so a clear link between STEM & forensics. Would be useful for AS/A2 chemistry students so that they might gain awareness of analytical applications to the ‘real world’. Will be useful to a teacher delivering forensic material to L3 and higher.
Forensic Botany
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Forensic Botany

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A forensic biology presentation that focuses on the value of botanical evidence. Botany and the study of diatoms is covered here. Also a final slide on the role of pathologist. Useful for teachers delivering more bespoke forensic science content and for those teaching the L3 BTEC in Forensic & Criminal Investigation.
Criminology Quiz: Revision/Summative Assessm't
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Criminology Quiz: Revision/Summative Assessm't

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Quick fire questions with multi-choice responses. A useful end-of-unit quiz on the numerous theories surrounding crime, Durkheim, Merton, Marxist, age, gender, ethnnicity, geography. Reminder of theories and a useful check on what the student has remembered. Solutions included on separate Powerpoint. Particularly relevant for Unit 5 BTEC L3 Forensic & Criminal Investigation.
Forensic Fire Investigation: Scene to Lab
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Forensic Fire Investigation: Scene to Lab

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An explanation of the process from the perspective of the forensic investigator. From fire scene to lab an overview of investigative processes and analytical sampling. Useful for science / forensic careers. Forensic science subjects, BTEC Level 3 in Applied Science, Forensic & Criminal Investigation.
Biological Evidence Collection
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Biological Evidence Collection

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Presentation & worksheet suitable for 16 years and above (penultimate slide includes more intimate methods of DNA collection). Focus is placed on equipment and processes to collect forensic biological evidence rather than methods of analysis. Suited for biology, forensic science students. Particularly of value to those studying Unit 4 within Level 3 Forensic & Criminal Investigation BTEC. Several internet clips are embedded within, instruct students to make notes on these.
Measurements, Accuracy_Volumetric Skills
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Measurements, Accuracy_Volumetric Skills

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Presentation with activities on all matters that relate to accuracy of measurements. Explanations of errors, tolerance, calibration & drift, uncertainty, accuracy & precision. Included is a practical whereby students determine volume from mass and density data. Density data table included from literature. Also, for consolidation, is a crossword I’ve made on this topic. Essential learning for new sixth formers embarking on science subjects and practical work, also for higher level Year 11 science pupils.