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 Potions - Lesson 3 [Years 1-4]

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PostSubject: Potions - Lesson 3 [Years 1-4]    Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:14 am



He didn't know exactly what he was doing but somehow it worked. For some reason the headmistress had requested that he help run potions until a proper professor would be hired. He took it all in stride and actually studied proper classes that would help students become great potioneers. He was not foolish; he knew that not everyone favored potions and it was mostly his former house that enjoyed the thrill. Still, he wanted to make it as  welcoming as possible. And while he wasn't the warmest person in the world, he figured he could at least go out of his way and make it interesting.

If potions was not deemed practical, he would show them differently. The lesson was simple enough: Burn Healing Paste. He figured that a good way was to show them the value of using potions to actually make them useful. So he had transfigured a large table in the front, with transfigured cloth that had turned into skin. Each one had a varying level of a burn and he only hoped they would understand the basis of his lesson.

So he sat there waiting patiently for the students to come in. He never expected a large crown, but he only hoped that he changed at least one person's perspective.



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PostSubject: Re: Potions - Lesson 3 [Years 1-4]    Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:46 am

When Clara entered the classroom, the first thing she noticed was the skin. That was a little disturbing to be honest...like a tablecloth made of human skin. But she saw the burns, and she figured they'd be making Burn Healing Paste, so it was appropriate and useful, if not conventional. Then again, Clara had always despised the conventional when it differed from what was appropriate and useful, so she took it in stride, and gave mental props to the professor.

Seeing she was once again the only one there, Clara took a seat near the front of the room. She never really cared where she sat, but she figured if the class was going to be as empty as last time, it would be more practical to sit closer to the professor.

She'd made Burn Healing Paste before. In fact, she'd made some over the summer in her room, after her father burned his hand while cooking. She wasn't entirely sure if that was legal, but since potion making didn't require any wand waving, it wasn't technically underaged magic, and probably undetectable under the Trace. In any case, no ministry officials showed up at her doorstep, and her father's hand healed perfectly, so she certainly didn't regret it. She wondered if her parents even counted as muggle witnesses if she performed magic in front of them, considering they already knew about magic. That would be rather stupid if they did--she wasn't hiding anything from her own parents, it wouldn't make a difference if they saw or not. They already knew they were sending her to Hogwarts.

She decided to research the question later. She took her seat, and retrieved the supplies that she would need from her bag, having already memorized the recipe.

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PostSubject: Re: Potions - Lesson 3 [Years 1-4]    Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:56 pm

Admin Closure of Class.


Thank you to those who have posted in this class - unfortunately the professor cannot finish up the class, so an admin will close it. Points will be given as follows:

10 points for attendance
5 points for any question being answered
Up to 15 points for participation in class

Thank you for your participation - this will still count as one of your three classes.

If you have any questions in regards to the points being handed out (either as a student or professor) please contact myself or another admin via PM to discuss them.

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Clara Goldstein = 10 points for attendance



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Hufflepuff: 0
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Slytherin: 0
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