Library Resource cards. Small fact files about famous people that have experienced failure in their life career. I have also added blank cards to the document in case you would like pupils to create their own information cards about a celebrity of their choice/someone they know/themselves.
Jenga Bingo instructions, blank grid and times table grid. Image attached of jenga blocks.
I did this lesson with a class of 32 primary 6 pupils (10/11 year olds) and it would also be appropriate for older children and I’m sure some adults would also enjoy it! This lesson would be used at the end of a topic after all of the forensic techniques have been studied. It requires a lot of time, resourcing and preparation but it definitely pays off! If you look through the powerpoint/lesson plan first it will help to put this lesson into a context and it will make more sense but you will need to spend sometime figuring out all of the resouces and documents. Files included: Forensic Report to be used for pupils to record results and information from forensic tests conducted with a mock crime scene. Powerpoint to be used as introduction to lesson. Lesson Plan Teacher information/ instructions Suspect Fingerprints At each station you will also need to include information on the different forensic tests, you will be able to find this online.