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Book Notes
Class Work
Use only blue or black ink or regular pencil.
Holes go on left side.
Name (first and last)
Reading
Period #
Date
Novel Setting
Apartheid 5Ws
Who:
What:
When:
Head a clean sheet of paper like the
above example.
Apartheid 5Ws Who :
What :
When :
Where:
Why – How:
Apartheid 5Ws Who : residents (people)
Does
Apartheid
remind you of
anything else
you may have
heard of ?
What : racial segregation
When : 1948 to 1994
Where: South Africa
Why – How:
Laws denied blacks
citizenship so that whites
could rule and live better.
Native, Asian, and mixed race people
were divided into tribes and did not get
the same education or medical care
as whites.
Cornell Notes
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Holes go on left side.
Book Notes
Title
Fold left side of paper 2.5 inches.
Name (first and last)
Reading
Period #
Date
Book Notes
title
author
genre
setting
main
characters
Name (first and last)
Reading
Period #
Date
Title
Waiting for the Rain
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Author
Sheila Gordon
Genre
historical fiction
(imaginary story that
takes place during a real event
or notable time)
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Setting
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South Africa during Apartheid
in 1970s
main
characters
Tengo: black, age 13,
farm worker
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Salina:
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Timothy:
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Tandi:
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Lettie:
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Joseph:
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main
characters
Frikkie: white Afrikaner,
age 13, Tengo’s friend
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Sissie:
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Oom Koos:
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Tant Sannie:
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Cornell Notes
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Holes go on left side.
Book Notes
Afrikaans
vocabulary
Fold left side of paper 2.5 inches.
Name (first and last)
Reading
Period #
Date
Afrikaans
vocabulary
used by people who
have Dutch or Boers
ancestors and spoken by
millions of people living
in South Africa
oubaas
old master
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kleinbaas little master
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kraal
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derogatory
words
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livestock pens
(huts where farm workers live)
disrespectful terms used by
white South Africans with
Dutch or European ancestors
to talk about non-white or
native people
Waiting for the Rain
16 Chapter Notes
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Name (first and last)
Reading
Period #
Date
Write a summary for each chapter.
After reading each chapter, write at
least two sentences about what
happened.
Waiting for the Rain
16 Chapter Notes
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Name (first and last)
Reading
Period #
Date
Write a summary for each chapter.
After reading each chapter, write at
least two sentences about what
happened.
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