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  1. “Love As Strong As Ginger”Vocabulary dialect dumpling mallet singsong ginger Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  2. dialect “Chiubungbung,” she replied, meaning stinky-stinky in Taishanese, our Chinese dialect. Her Southern dialect was evident when she said “ya’ll.” Dialect: a form of language that is spoken in a particular area or by a particular group of people. Which skill(s) did you use to determine the meaning of the vocabulary word? Context clues Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  3. dumpling She taught me how to make doong, sticky rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves, and I taught her how to dress a fashion doll. My favorite food is fried dumplings. The dough covering gets crunchy when they are cooked that way. Dumpling: a small pocket of dough filled with a meat or vegetable mixture and cooked by steaming or boiling it. Which skill(s) did you use to determine the meaning of the vocabulary word? Context clues Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  4. mallet “How do you crack crab?” “With a mallet.” She made a pounding fist. The railroad worker drove in the last spike with his mallet. Mallet: a type of hammer with a head made of wood or other hard material. Which skill(s) did you use to determine the meaning of the vocabulary word? Context clues Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  5. singsong When it came, it was crowded with ladies clucking their tongues in singsong languages. The singsong noise of the train put me to sleep. Singsong: having a repetitive, musical sound. Which skill(s) did you use to determine the meaning of the vocabulary word? Context clues, word structure Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  6. ginger “You were right, Katie,” she said, chowing scallions, ginger, and black-bean paste with the crab. My mom cooks ginger chicken a lot. I love the strong taste of the spice. Ginger: a strong-tasting spice made from ground ginger root. Which skill(s) did you use to determine the meaning of the vocabulary word? Context clues Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  7. Spelling patternconsonant blends 11. sparkle 12. startle 13. stumble 14. cruel 15. greedy 16. grandma 17. crowded 18. apron 19. sponges 20. starched • throat • stress • swallow • flavor • clothing • stubborn • profit • clinic • broken • blister Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  8. Word Knowledge What do these words have in common? might current roll tick They’re homonyms. What is a homonym? Homonyms are words with different meanings that have the same pronunciation and spelling. What are the different meanings of the homonyms above? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  9. Long a sound What is the spelling pattern for the long a sound in these words? explained complain rain pail explained complain rain pail Can you think of other words that contain the same spelling of long a? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  10. /ch/ sound Where do you hear the /ch/ sound in these words? Chinatown lunchtime chives chase Can you think of any other words with the /ch/ sound? BONUS QUESTION: Is ch a digraph or a blend? Why? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  11. Spelling Patterns What do these words have in common? grandma crowded apron sponges starched They all have a 2- or 3-letter consonant blend. Can you underline the blends in each word? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  12. Homonyms That wrestler might have more might, but his opponent moves more quickly. What are the homonyms in this sentence and what does each of them mean? Can you create a sentence using a different pair of homonyms? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  13. Long a sound He explained that the rain would probably let up tomorrow. Which words contain the long a sound? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  14. Digraph /ch/ She went to Chinatown at lunchtime for dumplings. Can you circle the words containing the /ch/ sound? Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary

  15. Which words have consonant blends? The caterer wore a simple black dress and a starched white apron. Images from Google Images. Open Court 5th grade Unit 3-Heritage, Less. 4; Michelle Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary