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ALIEN!

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ALIEN!

An alien has entered our ship and is trying to take over the crew. We need to locate him and expel him from the ship before he takes control of everyone. We cannot return to Earth until we are sure that he is not on board!

ALERT! ALERT!

GO!

First, you must CLOSE THE DOOR

Your fear has gotten to you and you have forgotten the password to close the main hatch of the ship.To close the door, you must complete these tasks:First, you must read two nonfiction passages. Make sure to read ALL of the passages, including the title, author, and any text features. Pay close attention to the topic of both passages and what the authors are sharing about that topic. Notice how the passages are similar and how they are different.Then, answer the security questions correctly to close the door!

To begin, You must first read Both passages

I agree

I disagree

I have read Passage 1 and Passage 2

Answer three more questions to completely close the door

Apollo 11 landed on the Moon

Six million people watched television

What historical event is found in BOTH passages?

Neil Armstrong landed on the moon alone

An eagle landed on the Moon

Nicely done! Two more questions to go!

Landing on the Moon was an important moment in history.

What is the central idea of Passage 1?

The surface of the moon is gray and powdery.

Six million people watched the Apollo 11 land on the moon

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldren were astronauts

Fabulous! Now, Answer the final question.

Which sentence would be included in a summary of Passage 1?

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the Moon.

The astronauts wore blue lunar overshoes to step onto the moon's surface.

The astronauts on Apollo 11 had many chores.

When the astronauts landed on the moon, they were too excited to eat or rest.

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Great job! You have closed the door! Now, locate the alien!

Next, you will need to secure each room

First, find the alien in Room 1

Room 1

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

LOCKED ROOM

LOCKED ROOM

LOCKED ROOM

Read this sentence from Passage 1:"I peered out at a horizon that dropped steeply away in all directions." (paragraph 5)What is the meaning of the word peered?

FIND THE ALIEN BY CHOOSING THE CORRECT ANSWER FROM PASSAGE 1

wondered

looked

jumped

dreamed

Nice work! Now use the light to find the alien!

Drag the light to find the alien!

On to the next room!

Find the alien in Room 2

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

LOCKED ROOM

LOCKED ROOM

Which sentence from Passage 1 supports the author's claim that landing on the Moon was an exciting experience?

FIND THE ALIEN BY CHOOSING THE CORRECT ANSWER FROM PASSAGE 1

"Mission Control said we could get out as soon as we were ready." (paragraph 1)

"After landing, we had to do some chores and eat." (paragraph 1)

"I grinned ear to ear behind my gold visor." (paragraph 7)

"Seven hours after we'd landed, Armstrong let the air out of the module. (paragraph 2)

Fantastic! Now use the light to find the alien!

Drag the light to find the alien!

Now for the next room!

Find the alien in Room 3

Room 3

Room 4

LOCKED ROOM

FIND THE ALIEN BY CHOOSING THE CORRECT ANSWER FROM PASSAGE 2

It uses compare and contrast structure to describe how daytime on the Moon looks different than daytime on Earth.

It uses cause and effect structure to explain what happens when the sun is too strong.

Which sentence best describes the structure of paragraph 6 in Passage 2?

It uses sequence structure to list the steps for opening the windows on the Apollo 11.

It uses chronology structure to tell the events that happened on Apollo 11 in time order.

Great job! Now use the light to find the alien!

Drag the light to find the alien!

One more room to go!

Find the alien in Room 4

Room 4

THE ALIEN MUST BE DISGUISED AS A CREW MEMBER!

There is only one way to find out! Click on the crew member...

Excellent! Now you must expel the alien!

Use Passage 2 to answer the question.

Read this sentence from Passage 2."It doesn't look like a day back home; without any air to scatter the light and make the sky turn blue, the view from here is straight into space, and the sky is a bottomless black." (paragraph 7)How does the suffix -less change the meaning of the word bottom?

It changes the meaning to "without a bottom."

It changes the meaning to "outside of the bottom."

It changes the meaning to "under the bottom."

It changes the meaning to "inside the bottom."

THE ALIEN IS STRONGER THAN EXPECTED! GIVE IT ANOTHER TRY!

Use Passage 2 to answer the question.

Read the following sentence from Passage 2."And far away, where friends and strangers lean to listen, where friends and strangers lean to hear, there comes a distant voice: Armstrong, calling from the Moon, calm as a man who has just parked a car." (paragraph 2)Which statement best explains the meaning of the simile in the sentence?

Armstrong was very nervous about landing the Eagle on the Moon.

Armstrong was very relaxed as he landed the Eagle on the Moon.

Armstrong was very careful about about parking a car on the Moon.

Armstrong was calling for help when he landed the Eagle on the Moon.

GIVE IT ONE MORE TRY! THIS ALIEN IS VERY STUBBORN!

Use BOTH Passage 1 and Passage 2 to answer the question.

Which information is found ONLY in Passage 2?

The astronauts wore specials suits and shoes made for the Moon.

The astronauts on Apollo 11 walked on the Moon.

Six hundred million people watched the landing of the Apollo 11 on the Moon.

The astronauts were so excited, they could not sleep.

YOU'VE DONE IT! YOU'VE EXPELLED THE ALIEN!

CLICK HERE!

CONGRATULATIONS!

All rooms are clear! Now press the red button!

OH NO!

TRY AGAIN

The alien is not here!

Go back and try again!

THERE ARE NO ALIENS HERE!

TRY AGAIN

OH NO!

The alien is not here!

Go back and try again!

try again

YES!

NO!

Are you sure you want to goback to the beginning?

You will lose all your progress

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!!

You have secured the ship! We return to Earth with certainty that all aliens have been removed from the ship...or so we think!~End of transmission