Post by DELILAH RHEA MCNAMARA on Jun 1, 2017 11:57:49 GMT -6
Delilah was more or less excited to deal with her older students. They were more capable and more mature. She could teach them the stronger spells and see who was ready to learn what. She wanted them to be ready for the real world and that meant getting them ready for amost anything. There were all sorts of spells that they would need to know and she was pretty sure they hadn't been studying on their own. Well some of them might have studied on her own, but she doubted all of them had.
Students came in, and she worried about none of them. There weren't students that she needed to worry about causing trouble. They were mature for the most part and she didn't have a reason to worry about them. While the odd one out might be a trouble maker, it wasn't the mass group or anything else like that.
"The spell I thought we should learn for today is one that I used a lot when I first graduated from Hogwarts. It's one that we don't teach younger students because it could cause a lot of trouble. But as all of you are above the age of fifteen, it is assumed you'll be more mature. It's the stunning spell." She loved the stunning spell and it was helpful for anyone who ever wanted to duel.
She was a seventh year. Oh, Merlin. That was an unpleasant thought. Where had all of the other years gone? She was vaguely pre-occupied with that somewhat terrifying thought as she came into class. Only a year left. A year to learn what she had to to graduate. Right. Okay. This was fine.
Stunning spell? Well that could be useful. Stunning irritating people sounded like fun. That was probably why it wasn't taught to younger students, because they would abuse it like that. Oh well.
Post by DAN OSCAR WOLFE on Jun 3, 2017 9:33:42 GMT -6
Dan couldn't believe he was almost in his last year of Hogwarts. Although it had seemed like forever, he still sometimes felt like a first year. It was probably going to be the same today, especially when he was in with the seventh years. They'd already had a whole year to get used to more advanced spells. He'd just have to sit quietly just not to embarrass himself.
The professor explained that they were going to be trying out stunning spells. He had to stifle a laugh when she said they should be more mature. He wasn't too sure about that at times.
Charms was okay, he supposed. He didn't really have a lot of feelings either way about the subject. Well, the professor was hot, and that made it somewhat more enjoyable, he supposed. Maybe they'd learn something fun. That made coming to class a little bit more worthwhile. He flopped down into an empty seat near the back, making a face as he saw Dan elsewhere in the room.
Post by HAZE MARIA ROBERTS on Jun 5, 2017 11:00:42 GMT -6
Haze had always been alright at Charms. She was never particularly excited by it but knew it could come in handy, especially once leaving Hogwarts. Armed with a notepad, she made her way into the class. A couple of sixth year boys were already settled as was a fellow seventh year girl. She smiled at her as she took a seat near the door. The professor mentioned stunning spells and Haze's ears pricked up. Maybe this class was going to be better than she had anticipated.
Filled with anticipation for this class, Chloe strode into the classroom looking for someone familiar. Having found that person, she sat one row ahead of @carter, directly in front of him, and, before seating herself, said, "What a pleasure it is to see you here. Sitting in the seat of the overachievers, I see." She spoke playfully at him, and then took her seat and prepared her materials for the class.
Today they would be working on something relatively basic, but as a girl who had a bit of zest in her, especially for dueling, she knew that this charm would be especially helpful. If she was correct in thinking, they would be working on Stupify today. She'd given it a whirl in her spare time, as it was sort of an essential part of defending oneself in a duel. She had mock duels with her mates; it was something that exhilarated her when she wasn't on a broom. Plus, there was some practical use to it, a form of self defense, really.
She grinned happily at the thought that came next: in order to practice this, they'd most likely be having mock duels in the classroom today. Chloe could hardly contain her excitement.