The following sessions cover a wide range of topics related to a crime investigation. UNantes students must submit their answers to the exercises included in these sessions using the iDoceo Connect platform along with their specific group's PIN number. A weekly report will be sent to all students to show their results and progress.
Please click here to download the X22 Forensics Project handout.
The below timeline will guide you through the different stages of your project. Please make sure that you cover all steps to avoid last-minute surprises.
Before next session, decide who you’re going to team up with for the project and start brainstorming ideas and themes. Don’t restrict yourselves to one idea straight away; consider a few possibilities and evaluate the feasibility of each option before you decide to discard or keep it.
By now you should know who your teammates are going to be on this project. By next session, you should have made a decision on what your project is going to be about.
Make sure your project is feasible by listing potential problems raised by your choice and finding solutions to them.
By now you should have finalized your choice of theme for your blog, and you should have resolved the major problems your choice may have raised.
You need to choose the sections your blog will be divided into and discuss collectively about the type of content each section and article will include so that there are no repetitions or inconsistencies. Finally, you should also talk about what you want your blog to look like so you all know the format while you are writing.
Now that you have planned out your content, you need to decide on how you are going to share the work within the group. Then you can all start drafting your documents and rolea.
By now you should have all started writing your parts. If you haven’t done so already, you should schedule a group meeting so that you can see where everybody is at.
By now you should have almost finished writing. You need to schedule a group meeting to make sure you are all on track. You also need to start rehearsing your roles.
Keep an eye out for content that is plagiarized, whether consciously or not, as this will be severely penalized and you are all responsible for the entire project.
By now you should have almost finished writing. You need to schedule a group meeting to make sure you are all on track.
You also need to polish your acting. Perform in front of each other, suggest improvements or changes, and then once you are all comfortable with the it, put everything together