in session 1 you looked at the scene of a crime scene. then you drew a sketch of the crime scene. then you learned the steps of solving a crime
in session 2 your learned about the history of finger printing. then lifted the finger print. then collected the finger print evidence from the scene.
in session 3 we learned about the process of DNA finger printing.
in session 4 you complete a DNA extraction. then you define trace evidence. then you learn the different parts of the microscope.
in session 5 you collected trace evidence from the vandalism case. then you annualized. then you explored document analysis
in session 6 you completed a chromatography. then you also completed a theory about the case
then in session 7 you identified the suspect in the case
forensic science has to do with a lot of careers like a crime scene examiner. what this person does is collect all of the trace evidence from the crime scene. then takes science to identify the suspect of the crime.