Let's imagine that the focus of everyone's essay is "bad behaviour". (Needless to say, each person has his/her own way of doing "focus" (which I hope is the last of the quoted bits here).)
Make the bad behaviour happen in your choices of word, tone, form, voice, language--that's one way of putting the task.
Write the behaviour in sections, five or six sentences per section. Make them work.
Is every notion of bad behaviour a moral judgement? Does the speaker matter?
And so on. We can learn from "Brown Loafers" how to dodge focus--swing around it, turn away, come right at it for a spell, veer off.
If we all do that, I think we'll have a really exciting anthology. Next task: title!