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  1. Big Question: How can food from different cultures be mixed? Title: Jalapeno Bagels Author: Natasha Wing Illustrator: Antonio Castro Genre: Realistic Fiction

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. Jalapeno Bagels • thought • fought • bought • taught • caught • walk • cough • talk • daughter • ought • sought • brought • trough • chalk • stalk • sidewalk • distraught • afterthought • overwrought • beanstalk Spelling Words

  4. Jalapeno Bagels • bakery • batch • boils • braided • dough • ingredients • knead • mixture • especially • international • grated • tofu • wok Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

  5. Big Question: How can food from different cultures be mixed? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  6. Monday

  7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Draw Conclusions • Summarize • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Characterization • Grammar: Adverbs That Compare • Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball • Ethnic Foods

  8. Build Concepts • Listen as I read “Everybody Cooks Rice” to you. • Notice that I use different tones of voice to represent different characters as I read. • Be ready to answer questions after the story.

  9. Build Concepts • What can you conclude about Carrie’s neighborhood? • Where does Carrie go first after her mother asks her to look for Anthony? • Where does she go after that?

  10. Concept Vocabulary:grated, tofu, wok Ethnic Foods

  11. Draw Conclusions & Summarize Turn to page 220.

  12. Prior Knowledge:Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about Mexican food.

  13. Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

  14. Vocabulary Words • bakery – a place where bread, pies, cakes, and pastries are made or sold • batch – a quantity of something made at the same time • boils – causes liquid to bubble and give off steam by heating it • braided – woven or twined together

  15. Vocabulary Words • dough – a soft, thick mixture of flour, liquid, and other things from which bread, biscuits, cake, and pie crusts are made • ingredients – parts of a mixture • knead – to press or mix together dough or clay into a soft mass • mixture – a mixed condition

  16. More Vocabulary Words • especially – in particular • international – having to do with nations all over the world • grated – ground off in small pieces • tofu – food somewhat like cheese made from the curds of the milk of ground soybeans • wok – a metal cooking bowl used for stir-frying • Next slide

  17. bakery

  18. batch

  19. boils

  20. braided

  21. dough

  22. knead

  23. ingredients

  24. mixture

  25. grated

  26. tofu

  27. wok

  28. Monday Grammar: Adverbs that Compare

  29. marias mom tought her to bake bread • Maria’s mom taught her to bake bread. • her flower was sifted more sooner than mine • Her flour was sifted sooner than mine.

  30. Adverbs that Compare • Pablo’s mother spoke louder than he did. • Louder is an adverb that compares. It ends with -erbecause it compares two actions.

  31. Adverbs that Compare • You can use adverbs to compare actions. • The –erform of an adverb compares two actions. • The –estform of an adverb compares three or more actions.

  32. Adverbs that Compare • That baker’s cakes rise high. • That baker’s cakes rise higher than Mr. Lee’s cakes. • That baker’s cakes rise highest of any cakes.

  33. Adverbs that Compare • Most adverbs that end in –lyuse more and most to make comparisons. • Tom ate slowly. • Tom ate breakfast moreslowly than Allison. • Tom ate breakfast mostslowly of all the children.

  34. Adverbs that Compare:find the adverb that compares in each sentence. • Mrs. Sanchez works harder than anyone else at the bakery. • Mrs. Sanchez works harder than anyone else at the bakery. • Mr. Lane rolls out pastry dough more rapidly than she does. • Mr. Lane rolls out pastry dough more rapidlythan she does.

  35. Adverbs that Compare:find the adverb that compares in each sentence. • Mrs. Sanchez makes delicious treats fastest of all the bakers. • Mrs. Sanchez makes delicious treats fastest of all the bakers. • The sweet rolls disappear most quickly of all. • The sweet rolls disappear most quickly of all.

  36. Adverbs that Compare:find the adverb that compares in each sentence. • One oven cooks faster than the other oven. • One oven cooks faster than the other oven.

  37. Adverbs that Compare:find the adverb that completes the sentence. • Everyone worked (more carefully, most carefully) than usual. • Everyone worked more carefully than usual. • Mrs. Sanchez was finished (sooner, soonest) than the others. • Mrs. Sanchez was finished sooner than the others.

  38. Adverbs that Compare:find the adverb that completes the sentence. • Her scones baked (more rapidly, most rapidly) of all. • Her scones baked most rapidly of all. • Mrs. Fisher’s bagels took (longest, longer) than Ms. Delroy’s turnover. • Mrs. Fisher’s bagels took longer than Ms. Delroy’sturnover.

  39. Adverbs that Compare:find the adverb that completes the sentence. • Mr. Ling’s muffins cooked the (slowest, slower) of all. • Mr. Ling’s muffins cooked the slowest of all.

  40. Monday Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball

  41. Jalapeno Bagels • thought • fought • bought • taught • caught • walk • cough • talk • daughter • ought • sought • brought • trough • chalk • stalk • sidewalk • distraught • afterthought • overwrought • beanstalk Spelling Words

  42. Tuesday

  43. Today we will learn about: • Context Clues • Draw Conclusions • Summarize • Fact and Opinion • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Readers’ Theater • Grammar: Adverbs That Compare • Spelling: More Vowel Sound in ball • Ethnic Food

  44. Vocabulary Strategy for Unfamiliar Words Turn to Page 222

  45. Jalapeno BagelsPages 224 - 231

  46. Tuesday Fluency: Readers’ Theater

  47. Fluency: Readers’ Theater • Turn to page 233. • Notice the characterization as I read. • Practice doing readers’ theater in groups of three: a narrator, a son, and a father.

  48. Tuesday Grammar: Adverbs That Compare

  49. blake and her put wallnuts in the banana bread • Blake and she put walnuts in the banana bread. • you aught to drink a glass of Milk • You ought to drink a glass of milk.

  50. Adverbs that Compare • You can use adverbs to compare actions. • To compare two actions, add –erto many adverbs. • To compare three or more actions, add –estto many adverbs. • Most adverbs that end in –lyuse more and most to make comparisons.