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The First Day. The school was big, really big I didn’t want to go There were lots of kids, tall kids Kids I didn’t know I saw some friends from primary school But only three or four How many kids were in this school? A thousand, maybe more! They gave us all a timetable And told us where to go There were lots of different subjects Some, I didn’t know There were lots of different teachers That was very strange We didn’t stay in one room Instead, we had to change We went to different classrooms All around the school No running in the corridor They told us was the rule I felt afraid and worried I felt excited too Everything was wonderful Everything was new Use this poem to focus on the pronunciation of past tenses, and vocabulary relating to school: Past tense: was, were, there was, there were, regular, irregular, negative, interrogative Emotions: feelings, memories Topic: First day at secondary school; Secondary compared to primary The school was big, really big I didn’t want to go There were lots of kids, tall kids.

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She (throw) the beans out of the window. The next morning,Jack (look) out of the window. There (be: was / were) a giant beanstalk. He (go) outside and (start) to climb the beanstalk. He (climb) up to the sky through the clouds. Jack (see) a beautiful castle. An enormous giant (come) into the room and (sit) down. On the table there (be) a hen and a golden harp. ”Lay” (say) the giant. The hen (lay) an egg-it was made of gold. ”Sing” (say) the giant. The harp (begin) to sing. Soon the giant (be: was / were) asleep. Jack (jump) out of the cupboard. He (take) the hen and the harp. Suddenly the harp (sing) “Help,master!” The giant (shout), “Fee,fi,fo,fum!”. Jack (run) and (start) to climb down the beanstalk. The Boy Who Cried Wolf / Past Tense. Watch the video : Choose the correct verb: Write the verbs in the Past Tense: Once upon a time there (live) a little boy.

His name (be) Peter. Peter ( not live) in the town. He (live) in a small village and (look) after sheep. Peter (be) a shepherd. He (think) it was a very boring job. One day Peter (be) very bored and he (decide) to play a joke on the people in the village. He (run ) down the hill and (cry) “Wolf! Come quickly! The people (be) very busy, but they (leave) everything and (come) quickly and (run ) to help Peter. When they (arrive), the sheep were eating quietly and there (be) no wolf. Peter (tell) them it was a joke. They (go) back to the village angrily. Peter (begin) to laugh. He (decide) to play the same joke again.

He ( shout): “Help! And again people (run ) to the hill to help him. It (be) another joke. The people (become) very angry. “Lies are not jokes” they (say), and (go) back home. Three days later the weather (be) warm and sunny. The boy was sleeping under a big tree in the sun. What Turkish kids did yesterday. This is my class.They are practising English at the moment.It was Sunday yesterday and they all did different things. Merve Öztürk(have) a picnic with her family.She (get up) very early to help her mother with the preparations.She(have) a quick breakfast.After the breakfast she (do) her Turkish homework.Her mother (bake) a cake.They (prepare) some sandwiches.Her father (go)shopping to buy some chicken,fruit and vegetables.They (have) a nice afternoon.She(be) tired when she(arrive) at home.She (watch)some television and (sleep) at 9.

Enes (be ) in Keskin.He(get up) very early.He (have) a very big breakfast.After breakfast he(go ) to their vineyard and (pick up) grapes.He (be )very tired at the end of the day.When he (go) to bed it (be) only 9 o’clock. Ismet’s parents live in Ankara.He(be ) in Ankara for two days.Yesterday he (get up) at 11 o’clock.He . True / False or Don’t know 1 Meve Öztürk did her English homework. 2 Aysenur looked after her little brother. 4 Aziz had a stomach ache. What Turkish kids did yesterday 2. Simple Past (3 exercises) Past simple (crossword and filling the gaps)