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Divinations Syllabus - Term 1

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Divinations Syllabus - Term 1


Welcome to Divinations! Here you will find the course Syllabus for Term 1.



Prof. Rebecca Kirby

Hogwarts Anew, Term One


Requirements to Pass This Course


In order to pass Divinations this term, you will need to complete the assignment posted at the end of each lesson. This will be graded out of 20 and posted in the Gradebook, which you can find in the Divinations Classroom. Please make sure to use your own ideas and work - this subject does require work, so please do try. You will receive a total grade out of 200, and the pass-rate is 120+ for an A, 150+ for an E, and 180+ for an O grade.


Topics to be Covered


Lesson One - Introduction to Divinations: this lesson will involve an introduction to the world of Divination and an overview of topics to come.

Lesson Two - Cartomancy: here we will study the cards and learn their meanings, spreads and patterns.

Lesson Three - Crystallomancy: this lesson focuses on Crystal Gazing, in which we will delve deep into the spirits and sights.

Lesson Four - Tasseography: tea! We shall be studying tealeaf reading in lesson four, understanding how leaves form and what they mean.

Lesson Five - Runic Divination: in lesson five we progress onto Runic Divination, understanding runes and their places.

Lesson Six - Elemental Divination: our final lesson will be on Divination using the elements at work.

Lesson Seven - Examination: two papers, one theory and one practical, worth 40 points each.

Edited by Prof. Rebecca Kirby

Rebecca Kirby

Divinations Professor

Head of Gryffindor House

Quidditch Ref and Co-Ordinator

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