Unlock the mysteries of human remains with a new skeleton key: forensic anthropology. In this workshop, students will learn the principles forensic anthropologists use to identify human remains. Students will also discover the crucial clues creepy crawlies (forensic entomology) and the environment (forensic geology and botany) can provide.
This workshop covers topics in: biology and chemistry
Designed for ages 13+
Our bundles contain all the teaching resources you need to deliver a 1.5-2 hour workshop to your students. In addition to materials related to the workshop’s taught component (i.e. the lesson plan, presentation and presentation transcript), you will receive handouts and worksheets for 4 separate 15-20 minute practical activities.
All of our workshops are designed for ages 13+. Please note that this bundle contains sensitive and graphic content. We recommend that teachers check our content to ensure that the material enclosed is appropriate for your students.
There are 4 practicals in this workshop. The broad themes are:
- Assessing decomposition
- Forensic geology and botany
- Constructing a biological profile
No. This bundle doesn’t contain the equipment you’ll need.
An equipment list is enclosed in our bundle – and you can find links to all of these items in our online shop. You’re free to purchase these materials wherever you like, but when you purchase through the website, it helps us out a little more 🙂
Each workshop is designed to be delivered in 1.5-2 hours (but we’ve often found that teachers utilise the bundles over several different lessons). The lesson plan contains additional information on the suggested duration for each workshop component.
Notes on Practical Work
Each student will complete all practical activities over the course of the workshop. Our bundle includes a full equipment list. Equipment for the workshops must be purchased separately.
Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions apply. Once the bundle is downloaded, we do not offer a refund. We want our customers to be 100% happy – so please reach out to us with any feedback, questions or comments.