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2 Written by Ben Bova Written by Ben Bova Illustrated by Peter Bollinger Day 1Day 1 Day 4 Day 4 Day 1Day 4 Day 2Day 2 Day 5 Day 5 Day 2Day 5 Day 3 Day 3 Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Sentences Vocabulary Sentences Additional Resources Additional Resources

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5 Genre: Science Fiction Genre: Science Fiction Comprehension Skill: Draw Conclusions Comprehension Skill: Draw Conclusions Comprehension Strategy: Monitor and Fix Up Comprehension Strategy: Monitor and Fix Up Review Skill: Theme Review Skill: Theme Vocabulary: Synonyms Vocabulary: Synonyms

6 Science fiction is a story based on science. It often tells about life in the future. As you read this story about a walk on the moon, look for the scientific information on which it is based. Science fiction is a story based on science. It often tells about life in the future. As you read this story about a walk on the moon, look for the scientific information on which it is based.

7 While daring each other to jump over rilles, or narrow valleys on the Moon, Gerry and Vern get into trouble. Vern falls and hurts his knee while also knocking his battery loose, the one that gives him air to breathe in his spacesuit. Luckily, the boys are able to get to a nearby shelter where Vern is out of danger.

8 The theme of a story is its big idea, the idea that holds the story together. The author usually doesn’t state the theme of the story, so readers have to figure it out. Let’s practice by determining the theme of Moonwalk.

9 What are the risks when walking on the moon? What are the risks when walking on the moon?

10 loomed loomed rille rille runt runt staggered staggered summoning summoning taunted taunted trench trench trudged trudged

11 conscious conscious feebly feebly rift rift astronomers astronomers launch launch probes probes crater crater

12 Good readers think about how they’re doing as they read. Good readers think about how they’re doing as they read. At times they realize they no longer understand what they are reading. At times they realize they no longer understand what they are reading. If this happens, reread slowly. If this happens, reread slowly. Another suggestion would be to read on to look for an explanation. Another suggestion would be to read on to look for an explanation.

13 Listen to the Story

14 A conclusion is a decision you reach after thinking about what you have read. A conclusion is a decision you reach after thinking about what you have read. The small pieces of information in a piece of writing are called facts and details. The small pieces of information in a piece of writing are called facts and details.

15 When you put these facts and details together to form a logical, well thought-out opinion, you are drawing a conclusion. When you put these facts and details together to form a logical, well thought-out opinion, you are drawing a conclusion. Good conclusions can be supported with facts and details from the story. Good conclusions can be supported with facts and details from the story.

16 1. Facts and Details Martin created a realistic model of the solar system. 2. Facts and Details Martin read books about planets and stars. 3. Facts and Details Martin arranged plastic stars in his bedroom into constellations.

17 4. Facts and Details Martin wanted to be an astronaut when he grew up. Martin wanted to be an astronaut when he grew up. 5.Conclusion Martin is very interested in space and astronomy.

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21 1.Can you imagin going for a walk in the moon? 2. Id be able to jump much highest than I can on Earth.

22 Click here to start Click here to start

23 A preposition is a part of speech that shows a relationship between two things. Location (on, under, in) Timing (before, after, during) Direction (from, toward, to)

24 The mouse is on the table. Two things: mouse + table Relationship: one is on the other On is a preposition!

25 The mouse is under the table. Two things: mouse + table Relationship: one is under the other Under is a preposition!

26 aboardalongbehind but (except) fromoffpastuntil aboutamidbelowbyinonsinceup aboveamongbeneathdowninsideontothroughupon acrossaroundbesideduringintoouttowith afteratbetweenexceptnearoutsidetowardwithin againstbeforebeyondforofoverunderwithout

27 Which word is a preposition? The pizza in the oven is mine. pizzainovenmine Check the list of prepositions.

28 Two things are related to each other by the preposition! You have PREPOSITION POWER!

29 Click here to try again Click here to check the list of prepositions before trying again!

30 Which word is a preposition? The girl by the door is my sister. girlbydoormy Check the list of prepositions.

31 aboardalongbehind but (except) fromoffpastuntil aboutamidbelowbyinonsinceup aboveamongbeneathdowninsideontothroughupon acrossaroundbesideduringintoouttowith afteratbetweenexceptnearoutsidetowardwithin againstbeforebeyondforofoverunderwithout

32 Two things are related to each other by the preposition! You have PREPOSITION POWER!

33 Click here to try again Click here to check the list of prepositions before trying again!

34 Test Your Knowledge 3 Which word is a preposition? The runners raced around the track. runnersaroundthetrack Check the list of prepositions.

35 aboardalongbehind but (except) fromoffpastuntil aboutamidbelowbyinonsinceup aboveamongbeneathdowninsideontothroughupon acrossaroundbesideduringintoouttowith afteratbetweenexceptnearoutsidetowardwithin againstbeforebeyondforofoverunderwithout

36 Two things are related to each other by the preposition! You have PREPOSITION POWER!

37 Click here to try again Click here to check the list of prepositions before trying again!

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39 please please pleasant pleasant breath breath breathe breathe image image imagine product production heal health

40 triple triple triplet triplet relate relate relative relative meter meter metric compose composition crumb crumble

41 origin origin original original academy academy academic academic inspire inspire inspiration inspiration

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43 Why would the moon be an exciting place to explore? Why would the moon be an exciting place to explore?

44 Sometimes when you are reading the author will give you a synonym for an unknown word. A synonym is a word that has the same or almost the same meaning as another word. The synonym may be in the same sentence as the unknown word or in a sentence around the word. They to replace the unknown word with the synonym to see if it makes sense. Let’s read Gone to the Moon paying attention to how vocabulary is used on page 611.

45 appeared dimly or vaguely as a large, threatening shape appeared dimly or vaguely as a large, threatening shape

46 a long, narrow valley on the surface of the moon; wide crack a long, narrow valley on the surface of the moon; wide crack

47 animal, person, or plant that is smaller than usual size. If used about a person, runt is sometimes considered offensive. animal, person, or plant that is smaller than usual size. If used about a person, runt is sometimes considered offensive.

48 became unsteady; wavered; stumbled became unsteady; wavered; stumbled

49 stirring to action; rousing; calling upon stirring to action; rousing; calling upon

50 jeered at; mocked; reproached; teased jeered at; mocked; reproached; teased

51 any ditch; deep furrow any ditch; deep furrow

52 walked wearily or with effort; slowly walked wearily or with effort; slowly

53 aware of what you are doing; awake aware of what you are doing; awake

54 weakly; without strength weakly; without strength

55 a split; break; crack a split; break; crack

56 experts in the science that deals with the sun, moon, planets, stars, and so on experts in the science that deals with the sun, moon, planets, stars, and so on

57 to send into the air or into outer space to send into the air or into outer space

58 spacecraft carrying scientific devices to record and report information spacecraft carrying scientific devices to record and report information

59 a bowl-shaped hole on the surface of Earth or the Moon a bowl-shaped hole on the surface of Earth or the Moon

60 Good readers slow down or speed up according to text they are reading. Good readers slow down or speed up according to text they are reading.

61 3. I don’t suppose traveling to rocket is very plesant. 4. Does astronauts eat good on a spacecraft?

62 Let’s look again at the sentences you practiced with. The pizza in the oven is mine. The girl by the door is my sister. The runners raced around the track.

63 in the oven by the door around the track These are prepositional phrases. Prepositional phrases start with a preposition and end with the object of a preposition.

64 The object of a preposition must be a noun or a pronoun always comes at the end of a prepositional phrase Example: The cookies are in the oven. Oven is a noun that ends the prepositional phrase. Oven is the object of the preposition.

65 Identify the prepositional phrase. I sat with my mom. I sat with with my with my mom

66 You found the prepositional phrase! Well done!

67 Remember: a prepositional phrase starts with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. Try the question again!

68 Identify the prepositional phrase. After gym class, we got a drink. After gym After gym class After gym class, we

69 You found the prepositional phrase! Well done!

70 Remember: a prepositional phrase starts with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. Remember: a prepositional phrase starts with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. Try the question again!

71 Identify the prepositional phrase. I chose a book from the library. chose a book book from the library from the library

72 You found the prepositional phrase! Well done!

73 Remember: a prepositional phrase starts with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. Remember: a prepositional phrase starts with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. Try the question again!

74 You’ve shown your PREPOSITION POWER!

75 Readers & WB 244 Readers & WB 244 Spelling WB 98 Spelling WB 98 Language WB 97 Language WB 97 Trifold Section 2 Trifold Section 2 SmartBoard- Vocabulary SmartBoard- Vocabulary SmartBoard- Vocabulary SmartBoard- Vocabulary

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81 What did Vern and Jerry learn about themselves when faced with danger? What did Vern and Jerry learn about themselves when faced with danger?

82 1.What happened prior to the father leaving the shelter? 2.Why did Gerry try the jumps Vern did? 3.Why did Vern end up falling and getting hurt? 4.How did Gerry’s behavior change after Vern fell? 5.What was the main problem in the story? 6.What conclusion can you draw about the air on the moon and about the moon in general?

83 7. When did the sun begin to rise? 8. What event in the story support the fact that people can do extraordinary things in an emergency? 9. Why was Vern safe once he was inside the shelter? 10. How did this adventure likely affect the brothers’ relationship? 11. How did Dad probably feel when he got back? 12. What is an important theme?

84 The first colonists set up residence in the huge crater, Clavis.

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86 They saw craters and a rille, a narrow valley that looks like a trench.

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88 They name some craters after famous astronomers, philosophers, and scientists.

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90 Millions of people watched on television as the Apollo 11 spacecraft was launched.

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92 They trudged along for an hour, leaving boot prints in the dust.

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94 The edge of the rille loomed up like the rim of the Grand Canyon.

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96 The far side of the moon was unknown until space probes photographed it.

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98 It was easy to pick up moon rocks under whose weight they would have staggered and stumbled on Earth.

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100 How could we not conquer this small thing, this runt?

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102 Summoning up his courage, Gary attempted to jump over the rille.

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104 When Vern moved his hand, Gary knew he was conscious.

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106 After Vern injured himself, the boys feebly made their way back to the shelter.

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108 Vern repaid Gerry by never taunting him with the name Runt ever again.

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112 5. The moons surface is very dry. And dusty. 6. American astronauts leaved footprints of the dust.

113 Partner Read & WB Partner Read & WB Trifold Section 3 Trifold Section 3 Language Arts WB 98 Language Arts WB 98 Spelling WB 99 Spelling WB 99 SmartBoard- Synonym SmartBoard- Synonym SmartBoard- Synonym SmartBoard- Synonym

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120 What questions would you want to ask an astronaut who has walked on the moon?

121 1.What conclusion can you draw about the Apollo missions? They have been very important to science. They have been very important to science. 2. What is one fact or detail that supports this conclusion? Apollo astronauts brought back rocks for scientists to study. 3. What conclusion can you draw about the challenge of understanding the moon? It will take a long time to understand the moon completely.

122 4. What is one fact or detail that supports this conclusion? Scientists still study the Apollo mission information. Scientists still study the Apollo mission information. 5. Reread the passage slowly. Did you understand the passage or any of its details more fully after this second reading? Explain.

123 SmartBoard- Prepositions SmartBoard- Prepositions

124 7. Space travel is very expensive, its also dangerous. 8. Most astronauts are men but woman also travel in space.

125 Reading Computer Test Reading Computer Test Language Arts WB 99 Language Arts WB 99 Trifold Section 4 Trifold Section 4 Essay Questions Essay Questions

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128 1.How did Gerry’s behavior change after the accident? 2.How will Vern’s relationship with his brother probably change after the events in the story? 3.How did Dad probably feel when he returned to the shelter and saw the boys?

129 What are the risks when walking on the moon? What are the risks when walking on the moon?

130 An order form is used to buy a product. They can be printed in catalogs or online. To complete an order form, read the description of the product you want to buy and record information (such as size or color) in the proper blanks.

131 An application is used when a person applies for a job or wants to be accepted into a program or organization. An application is used when a person applies for a job or wants to be accepted into a program or organization. Applications ask for identifying information, such as name, address, and phone number. Applications ask for identifying information, such as name, address, and phone number.

132 They may also request information such as job history or reasons why a person wants to be accepted into a program. They may also request information such as job history or reasons why a person wants to be accepted into a program. Fill in all blanks on an application form unless they are labeled optional. It is important to fill in information accurately and write clearly. Fill in all blanks on an application form unless they are labeled optional. It is important to fill in information accurately and write clearly.

133 1. What is the difference between the two addresses on the form? One is the receiver’s, and one is the buyer’s. 2.When would you provide only one address? If the buyer will be receiving the order. 3.What does quantity mean? The number of each kind of item ordered.

134 4. What boxes are you not required to fill in on this form? To give telephone numbers. 5. What do you do when you are finished filling out the form? Click Submit. 6. What is the purpose of this application? To apply for a summer internship with the Lincoln Library Association.

135 7. Why would the library ask for a reference? To ask someone who knows you if you are the right person for the job. 8. In what section would you say when you could start your internship? Personal Information section

136 9. In which of the six sections of the application would you give information about skills you would bring to a position at the library? Other Skills section 10. What would be a good answer to the question in box number 6? I enjoy reading and helping people find good books.

137 9. Neil Armstrong landed its spacecraft on the moon. And went for a short walk. 10. What an amazing event that were?

138 Reading WB Reading WB Language 100 Language 100 SmartBoard Game –synonym SmartBoard Game –synonym SmartBoard Game SmartBoard Game Writing Assignment Writing Assignment Trifold Section 5 Trifold Section 5

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143 When you write your opinion, you tell what you think about a topic. When you write your opinion, you tell what you think about a topic. Use persuasive words to persuade the reader to feel the way you do. Use persuasive words to persuade the reader to feel the way you do. Persuasive words include: important, best, great, awful, worst, terrible, should, must, etc. Persuasive words include: important, best, great, awful, worst, terrible, should, must, etc. Respond to prompt What kind of books do you most enjoy reading? Write your opinion in an essay. Support your opinion with reasons.

144 Finding a Theme Practice Finding a Theme Practice Finding a Theme Practice Finding a Theme Practice Apollo 11 Apollo 11 Apollo 11 Apollo 11 Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Synonyms Synonyms Synonyms Prep Phrases Prep Phrases Prep Phrases Prep Phrases Reading Review Reading Review Reading Review Reading Review BrainPop: Dialogue BrainPop: Dialogue BrainPop: Dialogue BrainPop: Dialogue Editing Game: Punctuation, Commas, Quotations Editing Game: Punctuation, Commas, Quotations Editing Game: Punctuation, Commas, Quotations Editing Game: Punctuation, Commas, Quotations

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