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Mini Mock Crime Scene in a Box Part 1 
Purpose of the Project: The crime scene will integrate knowledge of concepts learned in Forensic Science over the crime scene investigation unit. Students will work individually to unravel the story behind the crime scene in a box. Create a crime scene diorama: The sky's the limit! Your crime should be realistic & complex, but please avoid sex crimes and overly violent or graphic murders.
Rubric Code: A2X866W
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Evidence Requirements

Poor

Less than 1 type of evidence.
Fair

Provides 2-3 different types of evidence.
Good

Provides 4 different types of evidence.
Excellent

Provides 5 or more different types of evidence.
Evidence is Relevant to the Scene

Poor

No relevance to the crime scene.
Fair

Somewhat relevant to the crime scene.
Good

Mostly relevant to the crime scene.
Excellent

Detailed relevance to the crime scene.
Evidence Markers

Poor

Less than 1 evidence marker not numbered or not next to the crime scene.
Fair

Provides 2-3 evidence markers numbered and next to the evidence.
Good

Provides 4 evidence markers numbered and next to the evidence.
Excellent

Provides 5 or more evidence markers numbered and next to the evidence.
Whodunit? First Draft

Poor

Illogical story; doesn’t explain evidence; scenario is simple, but hard to follow. Few or no aspects of the crime solution are correct
Fair

Logical, explains some evidence; scenario is not complex, but not always easy to understand. Some aspects of the crime solution are correct
Good

Logical, explains most evidence; scenario is somewhat complex, but easy to understand. Most aspects of the crime solution are correct
Excellent

Logical, explains all evidence; scenario is complex, but easy to understand. Correctly solves the crime
Neatness

Poor

Not neat or organized
Fair

Somewhat neat and organized.
Good

Mostly neat and organized
Excellent

Very neat and well organized.
Dimensions

Poor

Incomplete Work
Fair

1 dimension
Good

2 dimension
Excellent

3 dimension
Creativity

Poor

Incomplete Work
Fair

None or minimum setting of a crime scene (no furniture, etc...)
Good

Setting is detailed and relevant to the crime.
Excellent

Elaborately detailed setting for crime (goes above and beyond to set the scene)
Punctuality

Poor

Did not meet deadline.
Fair

Turned in 2 days late.
Good

Turned in 1 day late.
Excellent

Turned in on time.




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