Earth Science – Extreme Weather Conditions, Types and Safety, Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Technology, Air Pressure
Reading – Vocabulary and Comprehension Questions for Informational Text
Questions and activities were written for the informational reading in the National Geographic Reading Expeditions series. This particular set of questions is for the book Earth Science, Extreme Weather, by Glen Phelan (2004).
The student book is separated into 3 main chapters, and is 32-pages in length. Need a resource that combines science and reading with a variety of questions that practice critical thinking and reading skills in informational text? The questions and activities written for this book were developed with that in mind. In order to use these questions, your students will need access to that book.
Comprehension activities in this series include a variety of question types: multiple choice, multiple response, matching, and completion questions. You can pick and choose which assignments you’d like and buy them singly, or they are available as a complete set.
Products available for this science content book:
1 NGRE Extreme Weather - Vocabulary, p31
2 NGRE Extreme Weather - Stormy Weather, Raging Forces, p5-15
3 NGRE Extreme Weather - Storm Hazards and Safety, Nature's Fury, p16-21
4 NGRE Extreme Weather - Predicting Storms, High-Tech Detection, p22-30
5 NGRE Extreme Weather - Complete Set, 1-4