Although you will inevitably need to describe what happened during a past experience, the analysis should not be a detailed report of everything that happened. Instead, you should focus on analyzing what could or should have happened if you had known the course lessons discussed to-date—and why. In addition to discussing how the process would have differed, you might also reflect on how the outcome would have differed.
A high-quality analysis is one that steps back from a situation, identifies key events and processes, uses course concepts to help structure the analysis, and does so in a well-written fashion. The analysis should be no longer than two pages typed (double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point). See the rubric in the syllabus for evaluation criteria.