# Force, Motion, and Baseball

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10 Name Date Comprehension: Explain Concepts Think about the information in Force, Motion, and Baseball. What happens to the baseball in the text? Why does this happen? Use the chart to help you explain each of three concepts. What Happens to the Baseball? Why Does This Happen? Mondo Publishing Score: 10 FORCE, MOTION, AND BASEBALL

11 Name Date Constructed Response: Collect Text Evidence Check which question you are answering. Write details from the text and illustrations that help you answer the question. Be sure to include page references. You may need more than one copy of this sheet. How does the author support her statements about how force and motion work? How do forces affect a baseball? Mondo Publishing Score: Mondo Bookshop Grade 4 11

12 Name Date Writing Task: Your First Draft Write a paragraph describing an everyday event or action that shows how Newton s laws work. Provide information about what forces are involved and how they affect objects. REMEMBER: A well-written informative paragraph includes: Beginning: strong opening sentence that clearly states what you are writing about Middle: o specific information about your topic o information in arranged sections to make it easy to find answers Ending: closing sentence or two that sums up your topic Mondo Publishing Score: 12 FORCE, MOTION, AND BASEBALL

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