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QUESTIONS:
1. How can I make these conceptual units useful and engaging for my students?
2. How can I use my own literary interpretations and rationales in the future, either to back up the use of a certain text or to use as an example of literary critique in the classrooms?
3. How can I make these lessons more dialogic?
4. Is the portfolio only for teacher things like lesson plans and units? Or should it be other examples of work like papers or text rationales?
5. Are portfolios a good idea in classrooms? Will students like having them as a way to look back onto their work? How long should it be? Would a year long portfolio project appear as a daunting task or just a place they can shove all their graded work for safe keeping?


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Textual Analysis:
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