Bill Nye Worksheet 1. Forensics means . 2. The first thing done at the scene of a crime is 3. Evidence is also known as . 4. Everywhere you go you leave 5. . behind. help us hold onto things. 6. After we touch something we leave a pattern of 7. Scientists can . for fingerprints. 8. Scientists have given fingerprints different types of names like , and . 9. What two other things leave tracks? . and 10. At a crime scene, it is necessary to it. or 11. Once detectives are on scene, they will 12. Instant glue helps to 13. No two 14. Every , and . fingerprints. are alike. tells a story. 15. The area with the most fire damage is the area that has and most likely the area the fire started. 16. Fires are started by 17. or . are also different from each person. 18. If scientists can get a hold of a piece of someone such as , _____ or , they could identify that person. 19. 20. contains the instructions to make a living thing. will have the exact same DNA print. 21. A test will determine which pen was used for a note. 22. The hills and valleys refer to 23. An autopsy means to . . 24. Hair identification will allow the detective to connect the ___ to the suspect of victim. 25. At each point of the triangle, one can place what three things? , , Conclude: Write a C-E-R PARAGRAPH to answer: (15 pts) What are some tests that forensic scientist and detectives can be used to solve crimes? C= Claim (Answer to the question) E= Evidence (At least 3 pieces of evidence from the video should be used and explained) R= Reasoning (Explain how does your evidence supports your claim) Make connections ***Then, Highlight your claim in Yellow, Your evidence in Blue and Your reasoning in Green. Share your C-E-R with your table partner for peer review and discuss how you can you improve it. Revise your Paragraph if needed.