When creating your writing lesson plans, it is crucial that you do your best to maintain an ideal balance of structured routine and creativity. Fortunately, contrary to popular belief, it is perfectly possible to achieve this. It is a simple matter of arranging your writing plans as early as possible. While it is unreasonable to think that you will be able to predict what would or should happen between the first day of the semester and its end, it is nevertheless possible to at least create a basic outline.
A list of objectives can help you to gauge whether or not your students have achieved everything they should have once the lesson is over. Depending on the subject matter, objectives might be practical, for example, what can the student do at lesson completion. The objectives could also be knowledge based, for example, what does the student know after the lesson is complete.