In the first column below, type any questions or thoughts you have as you read. In the second column, record an example or detail from the story that brought about your question or thought. In the third column, note any answers you find or conclusions you make about the examples or details you recorded in the first column. Your completed graphic organizer should have a minimum of five complete entries. As I Read Graphic Organizer My Questions and Thoughts as I Read
Example or Detail from the Text Answers or Conclusions Is the sister likely to succeed? The sister is not likely to succeed because he ignored the sign and there is no other choice but dying. How does this paragraph relate to the title of the story? Is this story scary? Sad? Funny? Something else? Explain. To be honest, the story is very sad because a innocent girl that only wanted to see her brother What does the pilot want? The pilot wants to save the girl. Is the pilot likely to succeed?
The pilot is not likely to succeed because the others are die. What does the government want? The government wants the girl to die by being thrown off the ship. Is the government likely to succeed. The government is likely to succeed because he’s getting what he asked for. Is the pilot a “good” person or a “bad” person? Explain. The pilot is a good person, because he really wants to save the girl, but everything that’s going on right now he can’t be the good person he wants to be.
Is the sister a “good” person or a “bad” person? Explain. The sister is a good person, because she honestly didn’t mean for all this stuff to happen for her self, but she wasn’t aware of the law. What does the sister want? The sister only wants to see her brother. What will happen? The girl will be thrown off the ship into space and die. How does this paragraph relate to the title of the story? How does the authors description of Earth differ from, or contrast with, that of space?