Designed by Elizabeth Graham
CSI WEB QUEST
Body in the Ice
Scenario, Task, Process ,Outcomes, Resources
In September 1991, two hikers made a sensational discovery- a frozen body high in the mountains , near the border between Austria and Italy. The body was named OETZI
You are a member of the forensic team examining the mysterious ' Body in the Ice '.Your job, should you wish to accept it, is to examine all the evidence, including not only the body but clothing, and any possessions found with the body. You must also investigate where the body was found. Your task is to report your findings on the identity of the body, the nature and cause of death. Your report will be presented to the Archaeological Society in a speech, accompanied by Power point
Each member of your group will investigate a different aspect of the crime scene, and your findings will be synthesized in your report. The report should address the following questions.
What is the identity of the human remains?
What scientific procedures were carried out on the body, and what did it reveal ?
What possessions were found with the body, and describe the tests and findings on these objects?
What controversial theories exist about the body?
What ethical considerations are needed when dealing with the body?
What are your conclusions?
P3.1 -uses key historical terms and concepts appropriately to answer historical questions
P4.2 Identifies different interpretations of the past.
P4.3 makes deductions from a variety of sources and assesses their usefulness
P6.2 Negotiates in groups to allocate tasks, establish roles, procedures and evaluates strategies to achieve appropriate goals in set deadlines, in order to develop and complete historical investigations back
|Band6|| Analyses, synthesizes and
interprets information to accurately address problems and issues in Ancient
Assesses different historical interpretations and perspectives
Provides a sophisticated argument using oral and graphic forms
|Band5||Analysis's, synthesizes and interprets
information to accurately address problems and issues in Ancient History
Argues using different historical interpretations
Provides a competent and coherent argument using oral and graphic forms
|Band 4||Good analyses of information to
address problems and issues in Ancient History
Explains different interpretations of the past
Communicates clearly through oral and graphic forms
|Band3||Provides a basic outline of relevant
Attempts to describe different historical interpretations
Communicates relevant information through oral and basic graphic forms