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  • 1.) What events or behaviors do you find puzzling or mysterious?
  • 2.)When and where was the first dry cereal made? 3.)Based on details from the selection, what words would you use to describe the Kellogg brothers?
  • 4.)Write down in your study guide what you think the problem will be in the play.
  • 5.) Look at the pictures of he characters. What do they tell you about the play and what it will be like?
  • 6.) Why does the King send the Peasant to the dungeon? 7.) What do you know about the King?
  • 8.) Why do you think the author has the Peasant singing as he goes to the dungeon? 9.) How does the setting add to the silliness of the story? 10.) So far, what kind of character do you think the King is? Explain your answer.
  • 11.) Does the King know a lot about cooking? 12.) If you have trouble following the action on this page, what text feature would help you?
  • 13.) How is this play like and unlike other stories about kings and princes that you have read ?
  • 14.) Why do you think the author chose to have the Duke compliment the King when he enters? 15.) To whom is the Duke speaking when he says “And, your Highness” in his second speech on pg. 454? How do you know?
  • 16.) On the bottom of page 456, the Princess and the Peasant use almost the same language in addressing one another. Why did the author write the lines this way?
  • 17.) The Peasant says that of course he will win this contest. What does this tell you about his character?
  • 18.) What did the King make? 19.) The Princess calls the King a “clever” and the Peasant calls the King a “genius.” Who do you think is the smartest character?
  • 20.) What clues in the play show how the King feels about making new batches of his glue by himself? 21.) Which character in the play reminds you of someone you know?

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  • Unit 4 Puzzles and Mysteries Is there an explanation for everything? Week 1- The Houdini Box , A boy learns the secrets of a famous magician. Genre: Historical Fiction Week 2- Encantado: Pink Dolphin of the Amazon, Pink dolphins of the amazon puzzle scientists. Genre: Expository NonFiction Week 3- The King in the Kitchen , A king makes a mysterious mixture. Genre: Play Week 4- Seeker of Knowledge , A Frenchman decodes a mysterious language. Genre: Biography Week 5- Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Slippery Salamander , A boy detective solves a mystery. Genre: Realistic Fiction
    • Theme Launch
    • People often search for clues to explain the mysteries around them, such as why animals behave a certain way or how magicians make things disappear.
    • Write your answers in your study guide!
    • 1.) What events or behaviors do you find puzzling or mysterious?
  • Week 3- Our selection is called The King in the Kitchen . It’s a play that will help us answer the question of the week- How can a mistake turn into a success?
    • Objectives for today’s lesson:
    • You will understand vocabulary words related to the selection.
    • You will be able to determine setting and draw conclusions about characters.
    • You will identify characters and setting in a story.
    • You will use monitoring and fix-up strategies to clarify understanding of a text.
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  • Read Aloud- Corn Flake Kings by Meredith Hooper
    • BEFORE I READ, THINK ABOUT THESE QUESTIONS-
    • What types of breakfast foods do you eat?
    • What are they made of?
    • How do companies advertise these products?
    • WHILE I READ, THINK ABOUT THESE QUESTIONS-
    • Where is the story taking place (setting)?
    • Who is the story about (characters)?
    • AFTER I READ, ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS IN YOUR STUDY GUIDE-
    • 2.)When and where was the first dry cereal made?
    • 3.)Based on details from the selection, what words would you use to describe the Kellogg brothers?
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  • This week our comprehension focus is on the Skill-Character and Setting and on the Strategy- Monitor and Fix-Up.
    • You Do!
    • Turn to page 440 in your Reading Streets Anthology and read about the Skill and Strategy of the Week. Practice on page 441.
  • Vocabulary for The King in the Kitchen
    • Duke- nobleman of the highest title, ranking just below a prince
    • Dungeon- a dark underground room or cell to hold prisoners
    • Furiously- with unrestrained energy, speed, etc.
    • Genius- person having very great natural power of mind
    • Majesty- title used in speaking to or of a king, queen, emperor, empress, etc.
    • Noble- high or great by birth, rank or title.
    • Peasant- farmer of the working class in Europe, Asia and Latin America
    • Porridge- food made of oatmeal or other grain boiled in water or milk until it thickens.
  • Vocabulary Strategy for Unfamiliar Words Dictionary/Glossary
    • You Do!
    • Read pgs. 442 and 443 in your Reading Streets Anthology
    • Complete practice book pg. 175 in your study guide.
  • The King in the Kitchen by Margaret E. Slattery illustrated by Matthew Trueman
    • Lesson Objectives:
    • You will understand characters and setting to improve comprehension.
    • You will monitor comprehension and use fix-up strategies to understand characters and setting.
  • Genre Study- Play
    • Play- The King in the Kitchen is a play. A play is written for the stage where the play will be performed. It has stage directions written in parentheses to help readers imagine the action and setting as the playwright intended.
    • You Do!
    • Take a book walk and preview the title and illustrations. 4.)Write down in your study guide what you think the problem will be in the play.
  • Read Aloud- The King in the Kitchen
    • You Do!
    • Turn to page 445 in your Anthology.
    • Listen while I read the story.
    • At the bottom of each page I will stop and ask comprehension questions.
    • Answer them in your study guide.
    • 5.) Look at the pictures of he characters. What do they tell you about the play and what it will be like?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg. 447
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 6.) Why does the King send the Peasant to the dungeon?
    • 7.) What do you know about the King?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg. 448
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 8.) Why do you think the author has the Peasant singing as he goes to the dungeon?
    • 9.) How does the setting add to the silliness of the story?
    • 10.) So far, what kind of character do you think the King is? Explain your answer.
  • The King in the Kitchen pg.450
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 11.) Does the King know a lot about cooking?
    • 12.) If you have trouble following the action on this page, what text feature would help you?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg. 451
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 13.) How is this play like and unlike other stories about kings and princes that you have read ?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg. 454
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 14.) Why do you think the author chose to have the Duke compliment the King when he enters?
    • 15.) To whom is the Duke speaking when he says “And, your Highness” in his second speech on pg. 454? How do you know?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg 455,456
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 16.) On the bottom of page 456, the Princess and the Peasant use almost the same language in addressing one another. Why did the author write the lines this way?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg. 457
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 17.) The Peasant says that of course he will win this contest. What does this tell you about his character?
  • The King in the Kitchen pg. 459
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 18.) What did the King make?
    • 19.) The Princess calls the King a “clever” and the Peasant calls the King a “genius.” Who do you think is the smartest character?
  • The King in the Kitchen- pg. 460
    • Answer in your study guide-
    • 20.) What clues in the play show how the King feels about making new batches of his glue by himself?
    • 21.) Which character in the play reminds you of someone you know?