All that means is that I have to be selective and use my time wisely. I have a goal this year of actually reading with my students during Silent Reading Time (I am really great at coming up with creative names and titles for my classroom, she says sarcastically). I have always made sure I devoted one day each week to do this, but this year it is a priority. Why? Because it's so important that students see you reading. Also, I've found that if I'm reading, then they're reading. If I'm trying to grade papers, they're trying to finish their math homework. So reading it is!
This will give me some extra reading time--awesome! So I've split my reading list into where I'll be reading: At School, At Home. This way I don't forget a book in one of the places and get angry at myself for not thinking.
For now, here is the entire Fall 2015 TBR. But, as you know, I don't always stick to my TBR. I like to make it interesting and throw a few in there.
39 total--for now. Not as crazy as my 60 in one summer. (Check out how that turned out here.) It's still a lot. So fingers are crossed. I need 24 to read my goal by January.
I need to work on creating Realistic Goals for myself.
What are your plans for the Fall? Any big goals? Are you on track to meeting your 2015 book challenge?
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