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Theme 5: Family Time. (Focus on Biography). Selection 2: Jalape ñ o Bagels. Author: Natasha Wing. Genre:. Comprehension Strategy Focus : Question. Comprehension Skill: Following Directions Remember the steps in order… Look for order words like First, next, then, last.

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Theme 5:

Family Time

(Focus on Biography)


Selection 2: Jalapeño Bagels

Author: Natasha Wing


Genre:


Comprehension

Strategy Focus: Question


Comprehension Skill:

Following Directions

Remember the steps

in order…

Look for order words like

First, next, then, last


Comprehension Skill

Review Lessons:

Noting Details

Compare and Contrast


Phonics:

Contractions

we + will = we’ll

I + am= I’m

is + not = isn’t

you + are = you’re

it + is = it’s


Phonics:

The–leending in

Two-syllable words

tablecircle

littlemiddle

simplepuzzle

sparklegentle


Phonics Review:

The –er ending in

Two Syllable Words

teacher pepper butter

powder counter better

cover whatever turnover customer


Spelling Focus:

Contractions

Basic:

I’ll you’re you’ll we’ll

we’ve isn’t I’ve can’t

I’m didn’t it’s

Review: Challenge:

it they’re

us wouldn’t


  • Grammar Skills:

  • Verbs that Tell about Now (Present Tense)

  • A verbis an action word.

  • A verb can tell about actions that are happening now.


Verbs that Tell about Now (Present Tense)

  • Add an -s to most verbs that tell about another person.

  • Jim plays. Mom cooks. Dad works.


Verbs

Do not add an –s

when the

verb tells about

something you are

doing now.

I sleep. I eat. I run.


High-Frequency Words:

early

hair

instead


High-Frequency Review:

bought roll

carewar

hungryweigh

orderwhole


Key Vocabulary

bakery– a place where bread and other baked goods are made and sold

culture – a group of people who share traditions and customs


bakery

a place where bread and other

baked goods are made and sold


A real jalapeno bagel


culture

a group of people who share

traditions and customs


Key Vocabulary

customers– people who buy things at a store

dough– a soft thick mixture that is shaped and baked


customers

people who buy things at a store


dough

a soft thick mixture

that is shaped and baked


Key Vocabulary

ingredients– parts of a mixture, or the stuff

you put in

recipe – a set of directions for cooking foods


ingredients

parts of a mixture, the stuff you put in


recipe


Other Vocabulary

International- relating to two or more nations or countries

knead- to shape dough by pressing, folding, or stretching it with hands

flaky-light; easily separated


International

Relating to two or more nations or countries


knead

To shape dough by pressing, folding,

or stretching it with hands


flaky

Light; easily separated


Other Vocabulary

golden- brown; the color of baked goods after they are cooked

dessert- a sweet treat that is eaten after a meal


golden

Nice and brown; the color of baked

goods after they are cooked


dessert

a sweet treat that is eaten

after a meal


Other Vocabulary

batch- a group of baked goods that are cooked at one time

Yiddish- a language spoken by some Jewish people


batch

a group of baked goods

that are cooked at one time


Yiddish

a language spoken by

some Jewish people


Other Vocabulary

practice- to learn a skill by doing it many times

slotted spoon- a spoon with holes that allows juices to drain out


practice

to learn a skill

by doing it many times


slotted spoon

a spoon with holes

that allows juices to drain out


Other Vocabulary

salmon/lox- a type of fish

pumpernickel- a type of dark bread

crinkle- to form into wrinkles or ripples, to crunch up


Salmon/lox

Salmon = fish

Lox is smoked salmon.


pumpernickel

Pumpernickel is a type of

dark bread.


crinkle

To form into wrinkles or ripples,

to crunch up your nose


Other Vocabulary

cream- to blend together

margarine- a type of food that is eaten in place of butter

yeast- a product that causes baked goods to rise


margarine

cream together

A type of food eaten

in place of butter

To blend or mix together

yeast

A product that causes

baked goods to rise


Other Vocabulary

overlapping- placing the edges of two objects so that one is slightly on top of the other

joint- the point where two objects are joined together

secure-not likely to come apart


overlappin

braided

challah

bread


joint


secure

not likely to come apart


Vocabulary Skills:

Dictionary

Word Meanings

and

Words Describing Kitchen Tools


Information and Study Skills:Parts of a Book

Title page

Table of

Contents


Measuring cup


pitcher


grater


I 􀁹 Reading Books: 49

Phonics Library:

Lost and Found

What Will Lester Be?

by Anne Walker


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