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U5W4 Jalapeno Bagels

Reading Street Days 1-3
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Carla Wheeler

on 16 March 2014

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How can different cultures contribute to the foods we eat?
Turn to pg. 288
What type of food is shown in the small photo on pg.289?
Mexican. Mexican foods include peppers and spices that give food flavor. Let's add flavor to our concept map.
Different cultures celebrate traditions, such as holidays, with special foods. Let's add traditions to the concept map.
Why else is it good for us to eat different foods?
They make us healthy. Let's add nutrition to our map.
Amazing Words
nutrition
calorie
flavor
spice
nutmeg
grumble
allergic
wholesome
grate
agent
Phonics
Skill: Vowel Patterns
ei, eigh
Today you will learn how to spell and read words with long a , long e, and long i sounds.
The
long e
sound can be spelled
ei
.
The
long a
and
long i
sound can be spelled
eigh
.
Weigh
eigh says the long a sound
Practice
sleigh
neighbors
veiled
reins
weight
neither
either
vein
ceiling
height
Reader's Writer's Notebook
Let's Practice It
Comprehension
Skill: Drawing Conclusions
Summarize
Fact
fact
What I
know
conclusion
Summarize: after reading, tell the most important ideas or events in order to understand what you have read
Turn to pg.293. Read "What Does a Baker Do?" with your shoulder partner.
Vocabulary
bakery
place where bread and cake are made and sold
batch
group of things made at the same time
boils
to heat a liquid until it starts to bubble and give steam
braided
three or four strands woven together
dough
flour and liquid mixed together to mkae bread, biscuits, and pastry
ingredients
items that something is made from
mixture
combination of things mixed or blended together
Grammar
Comparative and Superlative Adverbs
comparative- comparing two things, uses -er
superlative- comparing three or more things, uses -est
day 2
How can different cultures contribute to the foods we eat?
Phonics
Vowel Patterns: ei, eigh
sleigh
neigh
reins
height
veil
freight
weight
neither
the vowel patterns ei and eigh can make the sounds
/a/, /e/, and /i/.
A's read then B's read
The king's evil reign lasted for eight years.
The robbers appeared to get away with the heist.
After the girl recieved her crown, she was full of conceit.
Word Reading
ceiling
unhappy
neighed
leisure
usable
freighter
neigh
hopeless
unveiled
either
return
weightless
Vocabulary Practice
Turn to page 295.
With your shoulder partner, read "Biscuits for Breakfast".
Comprehension
Skill:
Drawing Conclusions
Summarize
Turn to pg. 296
This week's story:
Jalapeno Bagels
Genre:
Realistic Fiction
A made up story with characters, settings, and events that seem real.
Let's begin our reading!
Grammar
Comparative and Superlative Adverbs
When we would compare adjectives, we would add -er or -est.

When we compare adverbs, we can add -er, -est, more, and most.
If the adverb is one syllable, we can add -er and -est.
If the adverb is more than one syllable we add more or most.
Adverbs that end in -ly, we use more and most to compare them.
Example: soon- sooner
slowly- more slowly
Day 3
How can different cultures contribute to the foods we eat?
She gets out the pans and ingredients for pan dulce.
Pan dulce is Mexican sweet bread.
The phrase "gets out" is an idiom.
What does "gets out" mean here?
"Gets out" means "takes out".
What other words could be used in place of "gets out"?
gathers, collects
Which words in the first sentence are Spanish?
pan dulce
What is pan dulce?
Mexican sweet bread
How do you know what pan dulce is?
The second sentence tells what it is.
What is the purpose of the second sentence?
Its purpose is to define "pan dulce", so the reader will know what it is.
Phonics
Now we are going to sort words that have the syllabication patterns ei and eigh. We'll put words with the long a vowel sound in the first column. Words with the long e vowel sounds will go in the second column. Words with the long i sound will go in the third column.
Long a
Long e
Long i
Copy this chart.
Sort these words:

either weight
sleigh height
neighbor veil
reins neither
ceiling vein


Answer key:
Long a
Long e
Long i
weight
reins
sleigh
neighbor
veil
vein
either
neither
ceiling
height
Word Reading:
neigh
deceive
reindeer
receive
eighty
freight
Comprehension
Turn to page 296.
Read "Jalapeno Bagels" with your shoulder partner and complete the Scavenger Hunt. B's go first today.
Research and Study skills
Day 4
When the bagel dough has risen, he boils the bagels in a huge pot of water and fishes them out with a long slotted spoon.
What does it mean to "fish" something out?
It means to remove something from whatever it is in.
What are some other examples of when you might "fish" something or someone out?
You might fish leaves out of a swimming pool or fish someone out of a troubling situation.
What is a slotted spoon?
A spoon with slits or holes.
Why does Pablo's father use a slotted spoon to take the bagels out of the boiling water?
If he used a regular spoon, he would remove some of the boiling water with it, but all he wants to remove is the bagel.
Phonics
paw ball caught talk bought

You studied words like these last week. What do you know about the vowel sound in these words?
Copy this chart:
a
au
aw
al
augh
ough
Sort these words:

cause walk taught ball brought fault stall
raw thought stalk dawn daughter because fawn

Answer Key:
a
au
aw
al
augh
ough
ball
stall

cause
fault
because

fawn
raw
dawn

walk
stalk

taught
daughter

brought
thought

Word Reading:
annual
rows
very
seen
violets
watched
videos
quiet
their
have
scene
unusual
tail
created
tale
people
giant
many
rose
two
Sentence Reading:
A's read first, then B's

Dad read a tale about a very quiet giant.
Her garden has rows of violets and two rose bushes.
Have you ever seen a horse with such an unusual tail?
Their yard was the scene of our annual picnic.
Many people watched the videos we created.
Comprehension
Genre: Expository Text
Turn to page 314
Conventions
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