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  1. Courtney Dyer Courtney Dyer says:

    Bongani s Day is a post apartheid South African picture book that follows a little boy s day from dawn to dusk in a South African city The story has details about Bongani s school day, extra curricular activities, home life, and his family It also includes some background information about South Africa and introduces students to a handful of South African words.This book is most appropriate for children ages 5 8 and deals with themes such as everyday life and family While the story takes plac Bongani s Day is a post apartheid South African picture book that follows a little boy s day from dawn to dusk in a South African city The story has details about Bongani s school day, extra curricular activities, home life, and his family It also includes some background information about South Africa and introduces students to a handful of South African words.This book is most appropriate for children ages 5 8 and deals with themes such as everyday life and family While the story takes place in South Africa, the story will appeal to a universal audience as Bongani s day is no different from the days of our own The full color photographs and decorative borders that adorn each page add visual appeal to the simple text As a teacher, I would use this book in a cultural unit on South Africa by using the information in the back of the book as an introduction to South Africa s history and culture As a class, we would create an anchor chart about South Africa and add to it as we readbooks about the culture We would also locate Africa and South Africa on a map and globe As an extension activity, I would have students compare and contrast their own lives to that of Bongani s Students could also respond to the literature by writing about any of their connections to the story


  2. Livash Ramduth Livash Ramduth says:

    This is an information text that focuses on the life of a young boy, Bongani, who lives in South Africa We learn about a typical weekday in the life of Bongani however there is a slight underlying narrative as we also learn that Bongani is living with his aunt and uncle in South Africa He was born in Lesotho an independent country within South African Borders As the story progresses we read about a typical day at school, his extra curricular activities and the sorts of things he gets up t This is an information text that focuses on the life of a young boy, Bongani, who lives in South Africa We learn about a typical weekday in the life of Bongani however there is a slight underlying narrative as we also learn that Bongani is living with his aunt and uncle in South Africa He was born in Lesotho an independent country within South African Borders As the story progresses we read about a typical day at school, his extra curricular activities and the sorts of things he gets up to at home in the evening Throughout the text there are pieces of information, definitions and explanations of typically South African things e.g a breakfast porridge made from corn called miele meal porridge.This text is highly useful in lessons where exploration, research and investigative skills are been developed Topics based around South Africa or Africa itself can be explored with the use of this text and comparisons to life in Britain can be made


  3. Terri Terri says:

    I really enjoy these Child s Day books for discussing with my 6yo the similarities and differences between her life in the United States and the lives of the children depicted in the stories Because these books use photographs to show the daily life of a particular child, there s a lot to discuss beyond the words I have also paired this book with Nii Kwei s Day From Dusk until Dawn in a Ghanaian City along with Africa Is Not a Country to teach about the diversity of lives and cultures withi I really enjoy these Child s Day books for discussing with my 6yo the similarities and differences between her life in the United States and the lives of the children depicted in the stories Because these books use photographs to show the daily life of a particular child, there s a lot to discuss beyond the words I have also paired this book with Nii Kwei s Day From Dusk until Dawn in a Ghanaian City along with Africa Is Not a Country to teach about the diversity of lives and cultures within the continent of Africa


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