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This is the Way We Eat Our Lunch A Book About Children Around the World By: Edith Baer Illustrated By: Steve Bjorkman Cyberlesson by: Kimberly L. Fry.

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2 This is the Way We Eat Our Lunch A Book About Children Around the World By: Edith Baer Illustrated By: Steve Bjorkman Cyberlesson by: Kimberly L. Fry (book image)

3 Have you ever wondered about foods that other people eat? Have you ever wondered if someone in Japan eats different food than you do? Do you eat the same foods as your friends? In this story, you will learn about different kinds of foods that are eaten in other parts of the world.

4 Materials This is the Way We Eat Our Lunch by: Edith Baer Computer Pencil Crayons Worksheet and Parent Letter

5 Before Reading You will be learning all about foods from around the world. As you listen to the name of each food, decide if it is a real food or made up. If you think it is real, draw a in the box. If you think it is fake, draw a  in the box. Click on the apple tree to get your paper.

6 During Reading Listen while I read you This is the Way We Eat Our Lunch: A Book About Children Around the World. Keep your prediction paper in front of you. Check your predictions as we go. Have any of your thoughts changed? Track what you learned in the “I found out…” column. Remember: Put a if it IS a real food, and a  if you find out that it is NOT a real food.

7 After Reading Food is tasty and important! It helps us to be healthy and feel good. But many children don’t have enough to eat! Could you and your friend think of a way to help? Buddy Up! With your partner, think of a way that our class could help children who don’t have enough food. Draw a picture and write a sentence to explain your thoughts. When you are finished, click on the banana to help feed children around the world.

8 Beyond Reading We have learned all about different kinds of foods that are enjoyed around the world. Now lets think more locally! What is your favorite food? Do you think your favorite is the same as the person who is sitting next to you? We will make a class cookbook! What is your favorite food that you and your family eat at home? For your homework, you must bring home the parent letter explaining our project. You will bring in the recipe for your favorite food. We will gather all our recipes together and create a class cookbook. Click on the letter to get your homework assignment.

9 Rubric Category Cooperation Worked cooperatively with partner all the time with no need for adult intervention. Worked cooperatively with partner most of time but had a few problems that the team resolved themselves. Worked cooperatively with partner most of the time, but had one problem that required adult intervention. Worked cooperatively with partners some of the time, but had several problems that required adult intervention. Use of Time Used time well during each class period (as shown by observation by teacher, and completion of prediction sheet) with no adult reminders. Used time well during most class periods (as shown by observation by teacher, and completion of prediction sheet) with no adult reminders Used time well (as shown by observation by teacher and completion of prediction sheet), but required adult reminders on one or more occasions to do so. Used time poorly (as shown by observation by teacher and/or lack of completion of prediction sheet) in spite of several adult reminders to do so. Content All content is in the students' own words and is accurate. Almost all content is in the students' own words and is accurate. At least half of the content is in the students' own words and is accurate. Less than half of the content is in the students' own words and/or is accurate. Teacher note: Click on the gold star for a copy of the rubric.

10 Credit Page Baer, Edith. (1995). This is the Way We Eat Our Lunch: A Book About Children Around the World. NY: Scholastic. (ordering possibilities) (book image) (world hunger site)


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