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I’m still feeling lethargic, and am now convinced that it is fatigue form having been teaching constantly for this long. I don’t know if I’ve written about it, but I’m a teaching two-month summer course. We meet once a day, for an hour. This means that every scrap of in-class writing they turn in needs to be returned to them the next day. This means that every writing assignment has to be returned to them as quickly as possible if it is to be of any use. This means that when Friday rolls around, I’ve taught a week and a half of classes.

This means that now, in the fifth week of classes, I’m starting to lose steam.

Right now we have some down time, since they’re drafting an essay that will be turned in on Monday. This is the only time in the summer I have to work on my own work. Right now, however, I’m simply too tired to write. I’ve been moving (slowly) through the Oxford History of the Prison, which looks to be fantastic.

OK. That’s that.


Written by srogers

July 2, 2011 at 2:04 am

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