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10 Feb

Gr 12 CSI Practical

Life Sciences teaches learners amazing things. The grade 12s found themselves in the middle of a CSI lesson earlier this week when they had to put on their gloves and become forensic scientists.

A famous pop star was found stabbed to death in his Manhattan apartment.  In addition to being crime scene investigators most of them were also suspects, each with a compelling motive to kill this pop star, with none having an iron clad alibi. Using evidence found at the crime scene and DNA fingerprinting, our resourceful matrics managed to solve the crime with relative ease and still enjoy pizza afterwards. Equally incredible was their ability to act and really become the characters given to them. The drama department would have been very proud of them. It was such fun to watch them and I'm sure they could one day star in CSI themselves.