History of Magic with Professor Digby:
Defense Against the Dark Arts with Professor Bones:
Lower class practice five knock back spells on varying objects of size, record results (and rolls). Upper class partner up cast relashio on eachother, record the sensations and results under supervision.
Potions with Professor Zemeckis:
Advanced: Lacewing flies have been stewing on a steady low heat for a few weeks. Your homework is to visit your cauldron [with your partner] and continue to stew it.
Basic: Write a paragraph on one of the six ruling chemical reactions, covering it in any fashion you fancy.
Astronomy with Professor Twiddleton:
Write two or three paragraphs about three different moons of your choice.
Charms with Professor Gothly:
NEWTs need to have their homework ready to turn in on Monday.
Read Chapter 2 of “Self-Defensive Spellwork”
Essay: Given the limitations to magic (and there spells), list all four areas (including examples and exceptions) on each type of limitation. Be as detailed as possible. Four paragraph minimum.
Extra credit essay: Three paragraph minimum on ways that observation can improve your chances in dangerous situations.
Herbology with Professor Mac:
Desribe methods on how you would identify poisonous plants.
Mythology with Professor Dragomirov:
Two paragraph essay on the titans of Greek mythology. Extra credit: 2 paragraph essay on the Olympians of Greek mythology.
Apparitions with Professor Auroline:
Years 5 may complete for extra credit, Years 6 & 7: Practice any form of meditation and write about your experience in any form, whether essay, journal, etc.