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PostSubject: Potions Lesson 1 - Grades 5-7    Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:58 am



Ms. Foster,

Now as the potion has been properly critiqued, I do have a few commentary on what you have done. I have done my best to separate it between three different categories an based it on a 1-10 grade scale, with 10 being outstanding and 1 being on Troll level.



Technique


I find that your potioneering is a bit chaotic in nature. You do not measure, which I find a bit frightening to be honest, but I must say that the density of the potion was impressive. Your potion had the best body of the batch in terms of levels. So I am impressed by that.

In the future, I would probably think about taking advantage of your scale and taking into consideration cutting your main ingredients into finer pieces so they can properly dissolve into your potion.

Technique Grade: 6


Effectiveness of Potion


All potions that were brought into the classroom were tested on our domestic animals. And I must say that if you were hoping for a more passionate or lustful potion, it did not do as well as you wished.

I do give you credit for emphasizing that this was a potion for another member wanting you as the center of your potion so I'll take that into consideration for grading.

Still the smell of your potion was a bit too musky to properly note the scent tones.

Effectiveness:7


Creativity


This is definitely your strongest category. Your choice in ingredients was quite refreshing to see. I enjoyed the passion of your choices and it was a joy to see the outcome. I would not have chosen certain ingredients but the turned out just fine.

Creativity: 10

Total: 23.5


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PostSubject: Re: Potions Lesson 1 - Grades 5-7    Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:25 am



Ms. Holmes

Now as the potion has been properly critiqued, I do have a few commentary on what you have done. I have done my best to separate it between three different categories an based it on a 1-10 grade scale, with 10 being outstanding and 1 being on Troll level.



Technique


I find that your potioneering is closer to the older generations of potioneers, and by that I mean druid in nature. You measure things, but not on a traditional sense which was a bit chaotic or careless in your usage. I did enjoy the cutting of the egg to create a more consistent and thicker potion.

In the future, I would avoid using a base that is too distilled, I would suggest some oil to create a more moldable base to add levels. Also I would have used more flowers to mask the smell.

Technique Grade: 9


Effectiveness of Potion


All potions that were brought into the classroom were tested on our domestic animals. And I must say that if you were hoping for a true love potion, your semi-received it.

Your potion effect was a soft one; for it did not create the passion or connection of a traditional love potion. Instead what did occur was the mice refused to separate from one another so much so that they died of starvation.

Perhaps the sealant in your potion was too much.

Effectiveness:9


Creativity


This is a category which I think you need to improve on. Your methods were good, and your symbolism was there, but I think that taking more experiments would do you no harm.

Creativity: 7

Total: 25


Exceeds Expectations.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions Lesson 1 - Grades 5-7    Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:32 am



Ms. Goldstein

Now as the potion has been properly critiqued, I do have a few commentary on what you have done. I have done my best to separate it between three different categories an based it on a 1-10 grade scale, with 10 being outstanding and 1 being on Troll level.



Technique


I find that your potioneering is the most methodical I've seen and I am very impressed. Your usage of potions was very strong and I appreciated the touches and route you went to. What I would suggest in the future, is perhaps using the oils of the flowers rather than get the large amount of residue in your usage of plants.

Technique Grade: 10


Effectiveness of Potion


All potions that were brought into the classroom were tested on our domestic animals. And I must say that if you were hoping for a love potion you did not truly get it.

The bond was a nice one but since there were little items of personal nature or love, I wouldn't consider this a love potion.

Effectiveness: 6


Creativity


This is definitely a strong category Your choice in ingredients was quite refreshing to see. I enjoyed the method in your choice of herbs and their nature in which you used them. From pulverizing, to the counting I like your approach to this.

Creativity: 10

Total: 26


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PostSubject: Re: Potions Lesson 1 - Grades 5-7    Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:27 am



Ms. Clement

Now as the potion has been properly critiqued, I do have a few commentary on what you have done. I have done my best to separate it between three different categories an based it on a 1-10 grade scale, with 10 being outstanding and 1 being on Troll level.



Technique


I find that your potioneering is methodical if not detached. I know you understand the basics of potioneering and have exceeded expectations before, but simply because you know instructions, does not mean that you can neglect its importance. Still this is your strongest category.

Technique Grade: 10


Effectiveness of Potion


All potions that were brought into the classroom were tested on our domestic animals. And I must say that if you were hoping for a love potion you did not truly get it.

The potion was nonexistent. It had a pleasant smell, and the ingredients were chosen seemed more of a choice in dessert than a potion ingredient. If anything, the potion was more of a soup for the animals.

I will not rant about what love is or concentrate on this, but you chose a love that was too weak.

Effectiveness: 2


Creativity



This was your weakest category. The idea of love was reached to a certain degree, but the love that you chose was far too superficial. I do not know what kind of love you were going for, but at best, it seemed like a random choice and not a strong bond.


Creativity: 0

Total: 12


Dreadful
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