MYTH-501 Lessons

Mythology Y5 L1 Intro to Antiquity and Greco-Roman Mythology The door to the Mythology classroom opens once again after a long break. The students file in excitedly, but seem a bit puzzled as they see who is standing at the front of the classroom. Professor Morgan beckons them in with a smile, ...

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Professor Morgan flicks the doors of her classroom open with a wave of her wand and ushers her students in with a bit more urgency than normal. Sorry, my dears! No time for fancy parlour tricks or any of my other usual antics today. We have an incredible amount of information to cover, and I do ...

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The doors to Professor Morgan’s classroom swing open and the students stare with their jaws gaping at the images before their eyes. Trolls, Centaurs, winged horses, three-headed dogs, and many other creatures seem to be prowling through the room, jumping over desks and making menacing noise...

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A strange sight meets the students as they arrive for their lesson. Professor Morgan stands behind a table at the front of the room, wand out, a fierce look of concentration on her face. Professor Anne stands off to the side with a grin, obviously trying not to laugh. She beckons the students to ...

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The students enter Professor Morgan’s classroom and stop in their tracks as they stare at the objects the professor is levitating above them. A large tree with great roots fills the room, light emanating from its core. On its roots are what seem to be giant spheres, but upon closer look are...

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As the students take their seats in Professor Morgan’s classroom, they watch with an equal mix of fascination and terror as a python slowly winds his way around the Professor’s desk. From the corner of the room, Professor Anne steps out of the shadows and coaxes the snake down the ais...

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The students entering Professor Morgan’s classroom are used to any sort of strange sight as they enter the class, but nothing has prepared them for today’s spectacle. Several cauldrons of various sizes are whipping around the room, almost colliding with each other, and then zipping ...

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Professor Morgan’s classroom has changed since the last lesson. The students’ desks have been replaced with large, purple cushions, and in place of the Professor’s desk sits a large upholstered rocking chair. From her seated position in the chair, Professor Morgan beckons the ...

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Professor Morgan smiles fondly at the students as they file into the classroom and take their seats. There are no fancy feats of magic today, simply a stack of parchment and a box full of quills. Yes, dears, that is indeed your final. Do not panic - I know you have all worked hard this year an...

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Students enrolling in our second year of Mythological studies will find themselves on a whirl-wind tour of Europe. We will study the myths of Greece and Rome, as well as those of the Norse and Celtic people. There will be a special emphasis on Muggle knowledge versus magical fact that will carry us throughout the year. Enroll