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Wouldn't it be wonderful if we had time to read during the workday!
No, I take piles of books home to read, especially if I plan to book  
talk them or read them aloud to students, or if I have a question  
about who is the right audience.  Fortunately, I consider it a perk  
of the job!

On Oct 31, 2005, at 8:56 AM, AMY PALAIA wrote:

> Dear LM_Net,
> Do any of you set aside "reading time" as part of your workday.  I  
> do booktalks quite often, and I am finding that I am usually doing  
> the bulk of that work at home (reading, and writing the talks).  I  
> am on a flex schedule here.
> I was not sure if that was a justifiable use of my time, and I was  
> wondering if anyone else did do this.  If so, how many hours per week?

Robin Shtulman
Erving Elementary School
28 Northfield Rd.
Erving, MA  01344

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