Professor Blackwell (perepip resident)
Theorize how Homo Naledi may have lived day to day based on its skeletal structure of an apelike upper body and a human-like lower body
Professor Lemieux (RubyJulious resident)
Look for Stone Age Art and inspire yourself with them to create a testimony of a moment you have witnessed. A scene you are catching and that appealed to you. It can be tribal, it can be stone sculpture. Anything and write a little explanation of it ( Productions must be put in a full perm texture format 1024*1024 pixels and put in the notecard with the little text )
Professor Priaulx (bay.quartz)
Carry on with your chosen constellations from class and label each star accordingly.
Care of Magical Creatures
Professor Gillespie (masteryoshi resident)
Write about the importance of safety in dealing with creatures.
Professor Maclodon (usealmaclodon resident)
Complete worksheets handed out in class for your year. Due by start of next class.
Professor Cygnus (ysandir.dharnen)
Practice meditation for next week’s class.
Professor Eastwood (peasantwomen resident)
List how many breeds of dragon are recognized by the ministry and name them.
Magical Theory (Advanced)
Professor Reuter (jamie.delwood)
Write one to two sides of parchment on your own personal intuitions concerning the nature of magic, But, most importantly, I wish for you to consider an /objection/ to your position and to reflect upon this also. You may wish to attempt to respond to this objection, or to simply reflect upon why anyone might raise it against you
Magical Theory (Years 1-4)
Professor Chronotis (pikedevant resident)
For the next class, study the mechanics of spells, and give examples of when you might use the things we talked about in the first class. Don’t forget about familiarity.
Professor Green (professorjunipergreen resident)
Write one roll of parchment (one paragraph) on what you would like to learn this year. If you would like to go the extra mile, you could perhaps write another roll about a potion in your year, the uses, the ingredients.