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Crime Scene Detective: Theft
     

Crime Scene Detective: Theft

by Karen Schulz, David Parker (Illustrator)
 
An expensive digital camera has been stolen from the school's media center and somebody on campus is to blame, but who? Your students become detectives as they analyze evidence and participate in real-life forensic labs as part of the mock crime scene investigation in Crime Scene Detective: Theft. Students will interview suspects, follow the clues, and analyze lab

Overview

An expensive digital camera has been stolen from the school's media center and somebody on campus is to blame, but who? Your students become detectives as they analyze evidence and participate in real-life forensic labs as part of the mock crime scene investigation in Crime Scene Detective: Theft. Students will interview suspects, follow the clues, and analyze lab reports.

Like the best-selling Crime Scene Detective and Crime Scene Detective: Arson, this book includes everything teachers need to set up a crime scene in their school, including six new suspect and witness storylines, guides to displaying evidence and setting up forensic labs, and lessons for teachers that explain the basics behind forensic science.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781593632939
Publisher:
Prufrock Press
Publication date:
09/01/2007
Series:
Crime Scene Detective Series
Pages:
106
Sales rank:
909,325
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
10 - 13 Years

Meet the Author

Karen K. Schulz received her bachelor's degree in elementary education and mathematics from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1984. She received a master's degree in teaching from Webster University in 1989. In 1996, she earned her gifted certification from Webster University. She currently teaches at Wildwood Middle School in the Rockwood School District. Schulz has been teaching middle school gifted education since 1993.

Over the years, Schulz has presented her forensic science curriculum at numerous gifted education conferences. In 2001, Schulz received the national Education's Unsung Hero Award from ING Northern Annuity for her work in developing a forensic science curriculum for her classroom. In the fall of 2005, she won a national competition sponsored by Olympus America and Tool Factory, for her continuing work with forensics in the classroom.

Schulz lives in Ballwin, MO, with her husband Jim, their daughter Taylor, and their son Matthew.

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