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1 Title: Jalapeno BagelsAuthor: Natasha Wing Illustrator Illustrator: Antonio CastroGenre: Realistic Fiction

2 Small Group Timer

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

4 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know  bakery  batch  boils  braided  dough  ingredients  knead  mixture  especially  international  grated  tofu  wok

5  Monday Monday  Tuesday Tuesday  Wednesday Wednesday  Thursday Thursday  Friday Friday

6 Question of the Day How can food from different cultures be mixed?

7  Build Concepts  Draw Conclusions  Summarize  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Characterization  Grammar: Adverbs That Compare  Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball  Ethnic Foods

8  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  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 IngredientsEquipmentPreparation Ethnic Foods

11 Turn to page 220.

12 What do you KNOW?What would you WANT to find out? What have you LEARNED? After we read our story, we will add what we learned in the last column.

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14  bakery – a place where bread, pies, cakes, and pastries are made or sold bakery  batch – a quantity of something made at the same timebatch  boils – causes liquid to bubble and give off steam by heating itboils  braided – woven or twined togetherbraided

15  dough – a soft, thick mixture of flour, liquid, and other things from which bread, biscuits, cake, and pie crusts are made dough  ingredients – parts of a mixtureingredients  knead – to press or mix together dough or clay into a soft massknead  mixture – a mixed conditionmixture

16  especially – in particular  international – having to do with nations all over the world  grated – ground off in small piecesgrated  tofu – food somewhat like cheese made from the curds of the milk of ground soybeanstofu  wok – a metal cooking bowl used for stir-fryingwok  Next slide Next slide

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28 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  Pablo’s mother spoke louder than he did.  Louder is an adverb that compares. It ends with -er because it compares two actions.

31  You can use adverbs to compare actions.  The –er form of an adverb compares two actions.  The –est form of an adverb compares three or more actions.

32  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  Most adverbs that end in –ly use more and most to make comparisons.  Tom ate slowly.  Tom ate breakfast more slowly than Allison.  Tom ate breakfast most slowly of all the children.

34  Mrs. Sanchez works harder than anyone else at the bakery.  Mr. Lane rolls out pastry dough more rapidly than she does.

35  Mrs. Sanchez makes delicious treats fastest of all the bakers.  The sweet rolls disappear most quickly of all.

36  One oven cooks faster than the other oven.

37  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  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’s turnover.

39  Mr. Ling’s muffins cooked the (slowest, slower) of all.  Mr. Ling’s muffins cooked the slowest of all.

40 Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball

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

42 Question of the Day What steps did Mama follow to make empanadas de calabaza?

43  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

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46 Fluency: Readers’ Theater Readers’ Theater

47  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 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  You can use adverbs to compare actions.  To compare two actions, add –er to many adverbs.  To compare three or more actions, add –est to many adverbs.  Most adverbs that end in –ly use more and most to make comparisons.

51 Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball

52 Spelling Words  thought  fought  bought  taught  caught  walk  cough  talk  daughter  ought  sought  brought  trough  chalk  stalk  sidewalk  distraught  afterthought  overwrought  beanstalk

53 Question of the Day Why does Pablo decide to bring jalapeno bagels to his school?

54  Draw Conclusions  Summarize  Context Clues  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Characterization  Grammar: Adverbs That Compare  Spelling: More Vowel Sound in ball  Time for Social Studies: Language and Food  Ethnic Food

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56 Fluency: Model Characterization

57  Turn to page 235.  Notice how my voice changes as I read the dialogue.  Practice reading the dialogue on this page with partners taking turns being the mother and the son.

58 Grammar: Adverbs That Compare

59  the students is having blue berry muffins for a snack  The students are having blueberry muffins for a snack.  i can finnish mine fastest than you  I can finish mine faster than you.

60  We can compare the actions of two or more people, animals, or things with the superlative forms of adverbs:  Comparative: The dog howled louder than the wolf.  Superlative: The hyena howled loudest of all the animals.

61 Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball

62 Spelling Words  thought  fought  bought  taught  caught  walk  cough  talk  daughter  ought  sought  brought  trough  chalk  stalk  sidewalk  distraught  afterthought  overwrought  beanstalk

63 Question of the Day What are some popular foods you enjoy that are not traditionally American?

64  Expository/Nonfiction Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Readers’ Theater  Grammar: Adverbs That Compare  Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball  Time for Social Studies: Cultures  Change

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66 Fluency: Readers’ Theater

67  Turn to page 236.  In groups of three, practice doing readers’ theater three times.

68 Grammar: Adverbs That Compare

69  charles had went to school more earlier than Ms. Lawrence  Charles had gone to school earlier than Ms. Lawrence.  he braught a big bassket of bagels  He brought a big basket of bagels.

70  Test Tips  You many be asked to choose the correct adverb that compares in a sentence.  Remember that you should not use more with the –er form of an adverb or most with the –est form of an adverb.  Incorrect: The rolls bake more faster than he bread.  Correct: The rolls bake faster than the bread.

71 Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball

72 Spelling Words  thought  fought  bought  taught  caught  walk  cough  talk  daughter  ought  sought  brought  trough  chalk  stalk  sidewalk  distraught  afterthought  overwrought  beanstalk

73 Question of the Day How can food from different cultures be mixed?

74  Concept Vocabulary  Draw Conclusions  Steps in a Process  Context Clues  Grammar: Adverbs That Compare  Outlining/Summarizing  Spelling: More Vowel Sound in ball  Ethnic Foods

75  A conclusion is a decision or opinion that makes sense based on facts and opinions.  You can also use what you already know to draw a conclusion. Conclusion Fact What I Know

76  Learning to identify steps in a process can make it easier to read and understand a set of directions.  Steps in a process usually involve people doing or making something.  In some cases, the writer uses clue words such as first, second, after that, and later to help the reader keep track of the individual steps.

77 First Mix water, yeast, salt, and sugar. Add flour and jalapenos. Next Mix into a ball. Knead for 10 minutes. Add red peppers and let dough rest. Finally Cut into 12 pieces and roll into long shapes. Connect the two ends to make a ring shape. Let dough rise. Place in boiling water until they float.

78  You can use context clues to help find the meaning of unfamiliar words.  Find words you don’t know in the story.  We will make a chart showing the unknown word, helpful context clues, and the definition of the word based on its context.  We can look in a dictionary to check our work.

79 WordContext CluesMeaning

80 strudel shortcake muffin biscuit layer cake tart French bread doughnutDanish pastry

81 Grammar: Adverbs That Compare

82  matt creeated a knew recipe for muffins  Matt created a new recipe for muffins.  the muffins has straw berrys inside.  The muffins have strawberries inside.

83  The letters au, aw, and al can stand for the vowel sound you hear in ball.  caught  How many sounds do you hear?  What consonant sounds do you hear?  What vowel sound do you hear?  What letters spell the vowel sound?

84  Words like caught and ought look strange because there are so many consonants in a row at the end.  The letters augh and ough often spell one sound, the sound you hear in ball.

85  ought  retaught  sought  naughty  thoughtless  daughter  haughty  bought  The coach taught us the rules of the game.  Amy brought cookies for the club’s bake sale.  The invitation was not an afterthought.  Ben bought the gift with his own money.

86  We learned that the letters a, au, aw, and al can stand for the vowel sound in ball.  Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which word has the vowel sound in ball.

87  We set out a bowl of food for the scrawny cat.  scrawny  Which letters stand for this sound?  aw

88  Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which word has the vowel sound in ball.  We had to haul the picnic basket all the way up the hill.  haul  Which letters stand for this sound?  au

89  chalkboard  applause  install  launching  snowfall  yawning  scrawling  unlawful  taunted  waltzes  automatic  awful  The rainfall on the roof made an audible sound.  The beanstalk grew taller than my little sister.  Do you recall how to make applesauce?  We are allowed to draw on the sidewalk with chalk.

90  An outline is like a guide, or a plan, for a written work.  A summary is a statement of the most important ideas about a topic or text. You can summarize what you read in a reference source.

91  An outline is away to organize ideas in a summary. An outline shows main ideas and details.  An outline is used to organize information you are going to put in a written work. Arrange details about a main idea with that idea in the outline.

92 Spelling: More Vowel Sounds in ball

93 Spelling Words  thought  fought  bought  taught  caught  walk  cough  talk  daughter  ought  sought  brought  trough  chalk  stalk  sidewalk  distraught  afterthought  overwrought  beanstalk

94 Spelling City:  Spelling Words Spelling Words  Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words  Other Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

95  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #


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