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No Breathing in Class

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The whiny kid, "Miss, can I go and do some breathing?" "No, you've got all playtime to do it in!" "Oh, go on Miss, oh go on!" "NO!" As on, with the desk lids. Are you ready? Here we go, hold the breath. (holds breath, pretends to lift up desk lid, puts head underneath, pants a bit, takes head out, and slams desk shut) Boom! Don't slam the desk lid down if you slammed you desk lid down and, "Out! School prison!" there was a school prison underneath the school hall where they used to string us up from the wall bars. Y'know sometimes in old schools you know that's what it was for like this one. (holds hands up, as if hanging to the wall by some chains) FWOP! "Miss, I've been up here for 3 weeks, and there's rats! And they're nibbling my toenails, Miss!" So I figured out if you want to "survive", (twice) the way to do it was to let the desk lid down, really really slowly once more, from the beginnning we've got it all together, now we know how it goes. She says: YouTube Poopers like to use Michael's "survival" moment in their videos because Michael pokes a finger at the side of his head and makes a funny face.

Michael saying "No!" is used often in YTPs, the other somewhat more popular alternative being the "No!" from London Airport in which Michael comes across as more defiant and less commanding. In MechaWeegee91's 12th installment of "Link and the Hyrule Gang", King Harkinian references the story by interrupting Zelda's advice to Link, leaving Link confused. The whiny kid, "Miss, can I go and do some breathing?" "No, you've got all playtime to do it in!" More which in "Oh, go on Miss, oh go on!" "NO!" The other kids hold their breath. (holds breath, pretends to lift up desk lid, puts head underneath, pants a bit, takes head out, and slams desk shut) Boom! "Out! School prison!" FWOP! "Miss, I've been up here for..."

Ahh! That was a mistake; slamming the desk lid down! If you made a noise with the desk lid, it was... "Out! School Prison!" There was a school prison underneath the school hall where they used to string you up from the wall bars. [Holds hands up, as if hanging to the wall by some chains] FWOP! "Miss, I've been up here for 3 weeks! And there's rats... and they're nibblin' my toenails!" So I figured it out, what you had to do was put your thumb 'round the edge of the desk lid, so when it went down, it didn't make any noise at all. Michael being strung up from the wall bars has been used to indicate him being captured, surprised or scared. Michael holding his breath for the first time is used sometimes in YouTube Poops because of how ridiculous he looks, however it is often difficult to fit into the video and generally requires some sort of relation to a storyline.

Most of the poems don't rhyme, but they do have a really good rhythm, especially when read aloud. None of the poems have particularly difficult language and because of this, I think that they make a good model for children to try and emulate. I don't mean to detract from Michael Rosen's incredible skill here, but to make the point that even to a fairly under-confident writer, they don't seem too intimidating. I think they would work really well with Years 2 & 3 and be suitable for reading aloud in class, as well as for guided reading or as a jumping off point for children writing their own poems.

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Michael saying "Keel over and die" is used very often in YouTube Poops as many involve characters directly threatening each other's lives. It is arguably the most iconic words taken from this video for Poopers. There is one particular poem that I enjoyed called ‘The Register’, Mrs. Riley is trying to get the Class 6 register underway but is also trying to deal with constant interruptions including some easily distracted students, a missing class snail, school dinner issues, funny questions about the class trip which all combine in making Mrs. Riley a very disheveled and crazed looking teacher. This book can be used across the curriculum especially in English creative writing, in art and also in looking at different perspectives in PSHE. The illustrations really capture the poems and enhance the storylines so could be used as an independent or as guided reading in KYS2. urn:lcp:nobreathingincla0000rose:epub:0baae7e9-2809-4e37-8880-0dc41453bc1e Foldoutcount 0 Identifier nobreathingincla0000rose Identifier-ark ark:/13960/s23hd8xgfft Invoice 1652 Isbn 0141300221 Lccn 2003428938 Ocr tesseract 5.0.0-1-g862e Ocr_detected_lang en Ocr_detected_lang_conf 1.0000 Ocr_detected_script Latin Ocr_detected_script_conf 1.0000 Ocr_module_version 0.0.15 Ocr_parameters -l eng Old_pallet IA-NS-1200176 Openlibrary_edition It is a book that not only young learners would enjoy but also some poems would be amusing for adults. It is an opportunity to view school life from a child’s perspective and have a laugh at ourselves as adults.

My favourites are 'Strict', which is where the title comes from and 'The Register'. The first is an hilarious account of a ludicrously strict teacher who insists on 'no breathing in class!', much to the bewilderment of her pupils who try desperately not to incur her wrath. I definitely remember teachers at school who were insanely strict and spent a lot of time bellowing for no reason.

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