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  • Mater Academy East
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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I want my students to learn how fingerprints are collected and analyzed within the field of forensics. With these requested resources, my students will learn about the different patterns that makes each person unique. Students will then go on to learn the science behind fingerprint matching and how forensic evidence can be flawed. This unit of study will allow students to develop their own conclusions and develop an argument derived from the information they obtain through lesson activities. I will ask the students how it is possible for investigators to analyze these prints when they are so small, and usually invisible. After all, criminals don't place their inked prints on balloons and blow them up for the world to see.

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I want my students to learn how fingerprints are collected and analyzed within the field of forensics. With these requested resources, my students will learn about the different patterns that makes each person unique. Students will then go on to learn the science behind fingerprint matching and how forensic evidence can be flawed. This unit of study will allow students to develop their own conclusions and develop an argument derived from the information they obtain through lesson activities. I will ask the students how it is possible for investigators to analyze these prints when they are so small, and usually invisible. After all, criminals don't place their inked prints on balloons and blow them up for the world to see.

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