Forensic Science Create an Arson Graphic Organizer

There are parts of this assignment that have to be done me, because it requires a recording of my voice. If you can do the presentation portion, that would be greatly appreciated.

Module Ten Lesson Two Practice: Arson Graphic Organizer

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In this practice activity, you will use the key terms to construct a “look and listen” graphic organizer. To do this, you will choose select terms, add images, arrange them in a way that shows connections, and then use a feature called Record/Upload Media (in the text editing toolbar) to verbally explain your graphic organizer. This practice activity will increase your comfort level with the terms, allow you to add visual representations to your understanding, and demonstrate your ability to explain those connections.

You will select 10 terms from the key term list, or major science terms that were included in the lesson presentation and create a graphic organizer that shows how the terms are related. You will then use the Voice Author tool to explain your graphic organizer to the teacher. You will then review one explanation of another student.

1. Select 10 terms from the list below. If a science term was present in the lesson that is not on the list below, but you feel you need to include, you may include that term in place of one of the following:

Fire, Fire Triangle, Flash Point, Point of Origin, Burn patterns, Accelerants, Arson, Char Patterns, V-Patterns, Heat Shadows, Glass, Chimney Effect, Color of smoke, Color of flames, Headspace vapor extraction, Solvent extraction, Steam distillation, Vapor concentration, Gas chromatography, Mass spectroscopy, Gas chromotograph-mass spectrometer, Infrared spectrophotometry, Asphyxia, Carbon monoxide intoxication, Carboxyhemoglobin, Low explosives, High explosives

2. Find at least 5 pictures that also relate to your terms.

3. Construct a graphic organizer using the terms and images. One example of a graphic organizer is posted below to help you, but there are many kinds. You can do a Google Image search of “graphic organizer examples” to see more. To make your graphic organizer, you can use an online program such as (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. or the drawing tools in Microsoft Word or Paint, or you may draw by hand and then scan as an image.

4. Paste your finished concept map into the body of a post. To do this, follow these steps:

a.Save your concept map as an image (PDF, JPG, PNG). You may need to take a screenshot and then paste in Paint to do this if your concept map is in MS Word.

b. Discussion Directions:

  • Put your cursor in the Reply box below to start a Reply to the topic.
  • Enter your text and attach your document.
  • When complete, click Post Reply.
  • All posts and replies should be proofread for spelling and grammar and in complete sentences.

5. Explain your concept map using the Record/Upload Media option (looks like a piece of film), or by writing a paragraph under the concept map image – whichever you prefer. To use the Record/Upload Media option: (You can also SEE the steps as you hear the directions using the video at the bottom)

a. Click on the Toolbar of the text editing box. Then click in the text editing box above or below your concept map (this is where the play button will insert).

b. Click on the Record/Upload Media option button (bottom row, resembles piece of film).

c. Once the pop-up box loads, you will see a small red “record”‘ button. Click on that button to record your explanation. You will have to allow access to your microphone.

d. When done, click on the stop button of the small box. Then click “Insert”.

6. Listen to the explanation of at least one other student and reply with at least one thing you liked about the explanation and use at least one term that he/she explained correctly in your response.

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