The quality of the writing on the lesson plan itself is immensely important for the score students receive on the plan. Tragically, in the last three years, the quality of the writing is exactly the location that has been the most wanting. Students think that they can come into class and "rip it" for a fifteen-minute lesson, and then just sit back and collect an A. This could not be farther from the truth. For the first time that I've taught this course, we'll run a traditional "writers workshop" to refine the quality of students writing itself before continuing on to "rip it" for the lessons themselves next week.