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Festival Foods Around the World. By Jess Monn and Carla Mullins. ED 417 Winter 2008 Third Grade. Contents Materials Vocabulary Words Objectives Countries & Festivals Daily Activities Trivia Websites References. Slide Number 4 5 6 7-12 13-18 19-31 32 33. Table of Contents.

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Festival Foods Around the World

By Jess Monn

and

Carla Mullins


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ED 417

Winter 2008

Third Grade


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Contents

Materials

Vocabulary Words

Objectives

Countries & Festivals

Daily Activities

Trivia

Websites

References

Slide Number

4

5

6

7-12

13-18

19-31

32

33

Table of Contents


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Materials

  • The book Festival Foods Around the World by Becky Stull

  • Map of the world

  • Thumbtacks

  • Different foods

  • “hello” from each country

  • Ditto of individual world map


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Vocabulary Words

  • Chao ong (Dzhow ong) Vietnamese for good day

  • Ni hao (Nee HaOW ) Chinese for hello

  • Bonjour (bohn-zhoor ) French for good day

  • Hola (OH-lah ) Spanish for hello

  • Bonjou (bohn-zhoo) Creole for hello


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Objectives

  • Students will learn about other cultures and be exposed to diversity.

  • Students will be able to locate countries on a world map.

  • Students will understand the world is made up of regions that are very different from each other in terms of climate, geography, animal life, and culture.

  • Students will gain knowledge of the different geographic locations.

  • Students will gain an understanding of foods eaten during different festivals.


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Mexico

  • During the festival held to honor an important Mexican battle, people eat tortillas, beans, and tacos.

  • This festival is held in May.

  • People dance and sing to celebrate.


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France

  • During the lemon festival, people eat lemon cakes and lemon pudding.

  • The festival is held in February and lasts for two weeks.

  • People watch parades where floats are made from lemons.


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China

  • During the celebration of the Moon Festival, people make tasty moon cakes filled with red beans

  • This festival is held in the fall during the full moon.


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Antigua

  • During the carnival festival, people eat spicy fried chicken, stewed beef, and fried vegetables called fritters.

  • The carnival festival is held in late July.


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Vietnam

  • During the festival of the new year, people eat rice cakes wrapped in leaves.

  • The festival of the new year is held in January and February.

  • People watch parades that have dancing dragons.


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United States

  • During the festival of Mardi Gras, the people eat king cake which is a cake that has sugar icing and a doll baked inside.

  • Whoever gets the doll bakes the king cake the following year.

  • People watch parades.


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ActivitiesDay 1

  • Introduce the students to the book Festival Foods Around the World by Becky Stull. The teacher will read this to the class and will discuss the different cultures.

  • The class (as a whole) will locate each country on a large map and thumbtack their locations on it.

  • The students will sample moon cakes that come from China.


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Activity Day 2

  • The students will sample lemon cakes and lemon pudding from France.

  • The studentswill be given a blank world map and they willcomplete it by

  • labeling the countries weare studying.


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ActivitiesDay 3

  • The students will sample moon cakes filled with red beans from China.

  • The students will work in small groups to create a travel brochure for China.


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Activities Day 4

  • The students will sample spicy fried chicken and fried vegetables called fritters from Antigua.

  • The students will learn the proper word for hello from the native language of each country we are covering.

Halo

Bonjour


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ActivitiesDay 5

  • The students will sample rice cakes wrapped in leaves from Vietnam.

  • The students will write a journal entry on an interesting fact about the country they would like to visit.


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Activity Day 6

  • The students will sample a king cake from the United States that is used to celebrate Mardi Gras.

  • The students will create their own book about the countries we have studied this past week.



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Question 1

  • What country celebrates the carnival festival by eating spicy fried chicken, stewed beef, and fried vegetables called fritters?



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Question 2

  • What country celebrates Mardi Gras by watching parades and eating a king cake?



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Question 3

  • What country celebrates a festival to honor an important battle by eating tortillas, tacos and beans and by singing and dancing?



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Question 4

  • What country fills moon cakes with red beans during the moon festival?



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Question 5

  • What country has a festival that lasts for two weeks and its focus is on lemons?



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Question 6

  • What country watches parades that have dancing dragons to celebrate their new year festival?



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Websites

Mexican Culture

  • http://mexico.pinnacle-travel.org/culture.htm#CincoDeMayo

    Menton Lemon Festival

  • http://www.whatsonwhen.com/sisp/index.htm?fx=event&event_id=46899

    Chinese Culture

  • http://chineseculture.about.com/library/weekly/aa093097.htm

    Antigua Nice Ltd

  • http://www.antiguanice.com/antigua_barbuda_carnival.htm

    Vietnamese God

  • http://vietnamesegod.blogspot.com/2006/01/new-year-in-viet-nam_10.html

    Mardi Gra History

  • http://www.eastjeffersonparish.com/culture/MARDIGRA/HISTORY/history.htm


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References

  • Festival Foods Around the World by Becky Stull

    The Internet Public Library

  • http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/ for language translations


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