Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Summer Reading

As a reader for the summer, first goal is simply to read a lot--and to read whatever suits my fancy. Last summer, I read 17 books (a lot for me, not a lot for some of you, I'm sure), and they ranged from long works of fiction to episodic works of comedy to books on writing. See a list of these books by clicking on the "My Bedside Table" page link above. After the first 17, the rest are books I read during the school year, some on breaks, some along with my students, some more slowly (before I fell asleep at night).

To encourage students to do the same thing--read and keep track of what they read--my colleagues and I have kept our students' summer assignment simple. I've included it below. Enjoy.

Please keep track of the books you read this summer in the log below. Happy Reading!
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Title of Book

Author
Genre (e.g., Action, Mystery)

Number of pages
Rating (1=too easy; 3=just right; 5=too hard)














































































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Title of Book

Author
Genre (e.g., Action, Mystery)

Number of pages
Rating (1=too easy; 3=just right; 5=too hard)





















































































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