Thursday, 4 February 2016

Poet's Corner

After talking to 6C about the famous author Roald Dahl, I was looking up some of his poems in Internet. You can have a lot of fun with poems if you learn to recite them with the correct rhythm. Here is one with audio so you can listen to the pronunciation.



Here is another one about how to torture your teacher, although some of you are already experts!



How to Torture Your Teacher

• Only raise your hand when
• you want to sharpen your pencil
• or go to the bathroom.
• Repeat every ten minutes.

• Never raise your hand
• when you want to answer a question;
• instead, yell, “Oooh! Oooh! Oooh!”
• and then, when the teacher calls on you,
• say, “I forgot what I was going to say.”

• Lean your chair back,
• take off your shoes, and
• put your feet up on your desk.
• Act surprised when the teacher
• puts all four legs of your chair back on the floor.

• Drop the eraser end of your pencil
• on your desk.
• See how high it will bounce.

• Drop your books on the floor.
• See how loud a noise you can make.

• Hum.
• Get all your friends to join in.

• Hold your nose,
• make a face, and say, “P.U.!”
• Fan the air away from your face,
• and point to the kid in front of you.

• On the last day of school,
• lead your classmates in chanting: 
“No more pencils!
• No more books!
• No more teachers’
• dirty looks!”

• Then, on your way out
• the door, tell the teacher,
• “Bet you’re looking forward
• to summer vacation this year.
• But I’ll sure miss you.
• You’re the best teacher
• I’ve ever had.”

The End



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