People all over the world eat bread. There are many kinds of bread and many ways to eat it. Bread for Life explains the history of bread and how some breads are made.
Features of the Book – Historical and cultural information about bread, – Labelled diagrams, – Photographs with captions, – Specialised vocabulary – dough, grain, husk, knead, nutrient, staple, yeast, – Recipe for tortillas, Purpose Bread for Life can be used to introduce and reinforce the following skills and understandings: – making connections between the text and students’ own experiences, – exploring verb tenses, – reading and following procedural text, – summarising important ideas, – writing procedural text, – exploring and describing similarities and differences in staple foods across cultures.
Themes covered in this book are: Food, Health
Reading Level:21-22 (Gold)
Guided Reading Level22
GenreProcedure | Report
Theme/TopicFood | Health
Strategy/SkillsMaking connections | Sequencing | Summarising | Vocabulary and word study