Lesson 9) Review and Finals

Hello students! Congratulations on making it this far!

You’ve finally reached the last lap and final lesson of History of Magic 201. Another year has passed by so very quickly and if I may say, this year has been a fairly interesting one. I hope that you have been enjoying the History of Magic lessons in your Second Year.

Today’s lesson will be a little different as it is not the typical formal lesson where new content is taught. Instead, we will be reviewing the lessons you have already gone through in a summary. Below is the link to your lesson. It’ll be formatted in a way somewhat similar to a story, where you get to make choices that will determine the information you go through for each lesson.

However, you can, of course, choose to restart the story over and over if you want to attempt a different “route”. There is no limit to the number of times you can attempt the review. Feel free to have fun with it.

NOTE:

  • This should NOT replace your own revision of the course as it acts as a summary.
  • This is an attempt to make your revision a little less stressful and is presented in a light-hearted manner deliberately.

http://writer.inklestudios.com/stories/nncb

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Please ensure that you are ready for the finals before attempting it because there will be absolutely no retaking of the examination.

I wish you all the best for the finals and may the odds be ever in your favor.

See you in your Third Year. Enjoy the break!

 
Original lesson written by Professor Autumn Maddox

 

 

In this class, students will be focusing on British wizarding history. Ever wondered how wizarding villages began? What was the first actual wizarding school in history? Learn about the formation of the British wizarding world through second year's History of Magic. You will gain in-depth understanding about anything and everything related to British history. Enter the world of the Middle Ages and time travel back into the modern day as we learn about what helped to build the world we live in now.

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