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  1. The classroom The back wall is just cupboards filled with potion ingredients (highly organized and everything is labelled), with one cupboard containing knives, sieves, ladles, etc for preparing ingredients. To the right is a wall that has several sinks for washing out cauldrons, with various brushes, soaps and cleaning cloths organized on shelves and hooks above the sinks. Beside the sinks there are rows of shelves with various types, styles and sizes of forgotten and discarded cauldrons in various levels of beaten-upness for students to use if desired. One small shelf contains many different sized jars, glasses and bottles for potion storage. The left wall has windows and a few signs, notices and one large portrait that contains a group of stern looking people (see below). The front wall has a long demonstration table that doubles as Leander’s desk and experimentation space. There is typically 2 personal cauldrons with potions brewing off to one side. When needed another cauldron or two are squeezed into the space for demonstration purposes. The middle of the room has several specialized fire-resistant tables for students to work. They are of different sizes for different groups of people to work but all tables have the requirements needed to set-up cauldrons, heat or cool them and prepare ingredients. At the end of each table is a large bin for rubbish. There are two doors in the classroom. The entrance is squeezed between two cupboards. The other leads to a small supply closet for oversized storage (brooms) and the rare, deadly and expensive ingredients which are locked away. It’s located behind the front demonstration table.
  2. Attendance Sheet and Grades: Lastname, First | Year | Gender | Age | House | Points Earned/Lost | Grade Arua-Karras, Orion | 7th | Male | 17 | Bouroke | 0 | ■ +25 Glauert, Iris | 5th | Female | 15 | Flinders | 0 | ■ +20 Ryan, Savannah | 5th | Female | 14 | Bourke | 0 | ■ +20 Sullivan, Cassandra | 7th | Female | 18 | Spencer | 0 | ■ +25 Westmore, Kenna | 5th | Female | 16 | Spencer | 0 | X Winfield, Alexander | 6th | Male | 18 | Spencer | 0 | ■ +25 ■ - Attended | □ - Didn't Attend | P - Poor | A - Acceptable | E - Exceeds Expectations | O - Outstanding | X - No Grade Entered
  3. Charms class, March 5th 2018 Professor Mary Ohara Subject: Cheering Charms. Goals: Understanding the complexities and subtleties of using mood-manipulation spells, as well as being capable of casting them at a basic level. Attendance list: Sturt Hine Parata - Hine shows interest in the class, displaying pre-acquired knowledge on the subject. 5+ Flinders Siwan Llewellyn - Siwan's participation is textbook impeccable. 5+ Bourke Tyson McKennis - Tyson needs to be kept an eye on but shows a capacity for formulating thoughts and hypothesis of his own. 5+ Ilia Collins - Ilia seemed attentive, if quiet. Spencer Naoki Nakamura - Naoki was quiet but seemed to practice his spell.
  4. Welcome to Elemental Magic Taught by Professor Derrick Ackers In this Class you will learn: About the various elements: Fire, Water, Air(We can totally toss Lightning here!), and Earth The various shapes each element can take for potential uses through magic - Not so hard! How these elements react to different objects - Active testing my kids, active testing. Dangers that come from messing around with elements carelessly, This is just so -I- don't get in trouble. . . I mean, your safety. The importance of willpower and intention, seriously, have to make sure you want a fire ball not a stream of fire. How these various elements can applied towards a career, you'd be pretty surprised there! Most importantly, you will learn that Element's are pretty fun! Like, really fun, trust me. What I expect of you as Students: Let's just get this one out of the way, we still have to respect one another. I don't mind deducting for that - With a smile. Come prepared, by that, I mean actually make sure you have your ready to get dirty clothes. It can get messy. Be open minded! This class is designed to put to test a lot of things that may not be considered 'Typical'. You -can- ask my Assistant questions! Please, don't ogle her, I'll get in trouble for it. Don't get all flustered if something bad happens, we'll handle it a step at a time! What will you be graded on?: Now, this class is designed to be as paper-less as possible. Primarily because that is just fodder for the flame, get it? As such there are no actual exams by writing or even a lot of book learning, the books help for you to get a better idea of where the Elements are their strongest and how they can be manipulated. But, in the end it's going to be on what you experience for yourselves, both in failures and successes. There will be a brief discussion and get to 'Know your classmates and Sparky(Me)' segment but after that session you'll be graded on how active you are in class, and how willing you are to test the different applications for the element we'll be studying. As for which Elements will be focused on we'll go by Terms as not to fuddle stuff up. Homework will be given but don't fret! It isn't something that you can't do, just go out and explore the area once a week. I'll cover this more in class. My teaching style -relies- on you all gaining experience and understanding, I am a guide and what you learn is based on how willing you are to follow that guides instructions. If you have questions, concerns, or just want to chat about how Fire can burn down a barn I am easily found around the area. Elements by Terms Term 1: Fire Term 2: Water Term 3: Air Term 4: Earth Text's needed for the Class * My Discovery of the Elements - Carlton S. Aquos * Shapes and Streams, an Elementalist's Guide to changes - Orden Swells
  5. Greetings, Welcome Tallygarunga students to the study of Ancient Runes. In this class, you will learn the various runic languages and their magical applications. As an elective, this subject will make you literate in forms of runic language, learn the purpose of runes in magic and be able to apply runes to practical magical purposes. Here is to a healthy, productive year! Kiera London Rules of Conduct Only one person can talk at a time. If a fellow student is speaking, show enough respect to let them say what they have to say. Academic misconduct, such as plagiarism, will not be tolerated. All assignments must be turned in at the scheduled time. There will be no credit for late work. Even if you do not all get along, do respect each others' opinions. Syllabus - Term One Lecture 01: Elder Futhark runes and magical properties Classroom Activity 01: Casting runes Textbooks Ancient Runes Made Easy by Laurenzoo Rune Dictionary Magical Hieroglyphs and Logograms Advanced Rune Translation by Yuri Blishen Grading Student House Year Attendance Participation Grade Arua-Karras, Orion Bourke Seventh N/A Eros, Samhain Sturt Sixth N/A Glauert, Iris Flinders Fifth N/A Ohara, Morgan Bourke Third N/A Ryan, Savannah Bourke Fifth N/A Sutherland, Mae Bourke Seventh N/A Winfield, Alexander Spencer Sixth N/A Last, First House Year N/A .shell { width: 450px; margin: auto auto; } .letter{ width: 400px; position: relative; z-index: 100; padding-left: 50px; } .lettergreets { font-family: 'Arima Madurai', cursive; font-size: 16px; color: #101044; line-height: 20px; text-align: left; margin-top: 2px; } .lettertext { font-family: 'Arima Madurai', cursive; font-size: 13px; color: #101044; line-height: 15px; text-align: justify; margin-top: 10px; } .letterbye { font-family: 'Alex Brush', cursive; font-size: 35px; color: #101044; line-height: 40px; text-align: right; margin-top: 5px; } .writeme { font-family: 'Questrial', sans-serif; font-size: 13px; color: #050505; line-height: 14px; text-align: justify; } .dubbed { font-family: 'Questrial', sans-serif; text-transform: uppercase; font-size: 17px; color: #050505; line-height: 20px; text-align: center; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-top: 6px; border-bottom: 1px solid #7e876a; } ul.a { list-style-type: square; color: #464646; } .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{font-family: 'Pontano Sans', sans-serif; font-size:13px;font-color:#000;padding:5px 5px;border-style:solid;border-width:0px;overflow:hidden;word-break:normal; font-weight:700px;} .tg th{font-family: 'Pontano Sans', sans-serif; text-transform: uppercase; font-size:12px;font-color:#000;padding:5px 5px;border-style:solid;border-width:0px;overflow:hidden;word-break:normal; font-weight:800px;} .tg .tg-yw4l{vertical-align:center}
  6. History of Magic Lesson One, Term One 2018 Topic: The Sock Rebellion Reading: House Elves & The Sentient Species Act Assessment: In class. Participate, answer at least one question. Demonstrate some understanding of the impact the Sentient Species Act had on house elves, and the wider non-human population. Don't annoy the librarian.
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