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Name ______________________________

Comets and Meteors

Visitors From Space

By Jeanne Bendick

Illustrated by David Schleinkofer

Prediction

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Author’s Purpose

inform persuade entertain

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Comets and Meteors
  • Visitors From Space
  • Focus Skills:
  • To use book parts to locate information and find answers to questions in text.
  • To read and understand a nonfiction selection.
  • Genre
  • Expository Nonfiction: explains information and ideas
  • Summary
  • We see comets when the Sun’s gravity pulls them past Earth. Comets may look like bright, fuzzy balls or long-haired stars, but they are really made of rock, dust, and ice.
  • Reading Strategy
  • Use Text Structure and Format
  • Good readers are active readers and they pay attention to how an author has organized information in a selection. Many nonfiction selections include headings and captions. Major ideas are organized under headings, and captions give information about illustrations or photographs.
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Page

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Ideas About Comets

Page

406

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How are comets' orbits different from planets' orbits? How are they alike?

comet

planet

Draw a picture of a comet.

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Think and Respond
  • How are comets different from planets?
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  • What is the purpose of the words in red letters at the tops of some pages?
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  • What effect does the solar wind have on comets?
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  • If you could talk with the author, what question would you ask her? Why would you ask this question?
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Use the graphic organizer to answer the following questions. Highlight the answers on the organizer.
  • What is the main purpose of this selection?
  • Why is this selection most like an informational book?
  • What does a comet look like in the sky?
  • Why did people who lived long ago think a comet was a warning of something bad?
  • What can the gas in the comet’s coma be compared to?
  • What are scientists who study the planets and stars called?
  • Where do scientists think a huge cloud of comets might be?
  • What do you call the force that connects the solar system to the sun called?
  • What is the name for the “flying rocks” in our solar system?
  • What does a comet start out as?
  • What are the tails of comets made of?
  • What is the name for the orbits that comets take around the sun?
  • What is one thing that makes a comet glow?
  • What is a comet tail?
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