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As a beginning teacher, it has never occurred to me to define my role as a curriculum developer – I had always seen myself as a curriculum implementer, separating curriculum from instruction (Phelps, 1990: 252). Of course, some of it may have to do with the organizations I have worked for. Even so, my approach to lesson planning has always been focused on the individual lessons as opposed to the entire course. One of the challenges to the approach of a curriculum developer involves understanding the needs of the students. Students come in all timbres of ability and character, and gathering useful information on each individual can seem daunting. Additionally, it can be discouraging to accept that as a teacher one may be unable to positively affect each student equally. Notwithstanding, gathering useful information can be accomplished in one session. And since the role of a teacher as a curriculum developer is a long-term strategy, the teacher is given more control to develop a playing field that allows for a gradual and strategic interaction between the weaker students and the stronger ones. Such strategic interaction can be made possible by designing individual lessons within the context of a curriculum so that all levels of students are