How to outline When outlining your experience on paper, index cards or whatever, try to diagram it or use telegramspeak.
If a rather nice phraseology occurs to you at this stage, of course write it down for memory's sake.
How to write up the copy I've written some posts on useful and usable tips exactly in anticipation of queries in this department:-Examples for consideration I wrote two experience-related features to show how it could be done. Admittedly they are in 'blog' style, but it is easy enough to reset and recast them into a more academically acceptable style.
My Writing Experiences My experiences in writing have been minimal.
Dictating to the doctor means that I will need to write properly so that he understands what I am saying.
Other nurses will have to be able to understand what I am talking about by my writing skills when doing shift changes.
Continue in same fashion for the other 'experiences.' How to reorganise for 'interestingness' Impossible to advise precisely or properly.
It's dependent on your instincts and intuition of what 'interestingness' means for you -- and for your probable reader.
Each opening outline sentence (if it has to be a sentence) describes the situation in general terms ("1st day, students rowdy, unnerving, directionless").
Newspaper headline style works quite well as a 'trigger' ("Yobos lay siege to newbie teacher").