**This vote has been closed. It has been determined that all GLEs, listed below, have been passed. Please**

*do not*edit this page further. Thank you.**Class GLEs Part Two**

**G**eneral

**L**earning

**E**xpectations). However, so that we are able to keep things fair, we need the "Wizengamot" (those twelve people know who they are, hopefully). So, here goes. The G.L.E.s will be split by class and voted on separately.

## STUDY OF ANCIENT RUNES

**- Third Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to write in runes

GLE 2. Students know the alphabetical equivalent of each rune

GLE 3. Students are able to decipher runic texts

GLE 4. Students are able to explain runic texts

**- Fourth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to perform and understand the basics of rune-casting

GLE 2. Students are able to explain what rune-casting is

GLE 3. Students are able to explain the different theories of how runic magic works

GLE 4. Students are able to write insightful essays on the different theories

GLE 5. Students know the major battles of both wars

**- Fifth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to recall the information from previous years

GLE 2. Students know how the Runic Theory is related to psychology

GLE 3. Students are able to write insightful essays on the Runic Theory

**- Sixth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to select a topic about runes and analyze it without the help of a teacher

GLE 2. Students are able to pinpoint important details from said topic

GLE 3. Students are able to explain said topic orally

GLE 4. Students are able to write insightful essays said topic

**-Seventh Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to venture out into the world and find an actual rune site

GLE 2. Students are able to excavate the runes they have found

GLE 3. Students are able to collect and analyze information about the runes and the site they’ve found

GLE 4. Students are able to write an insightful Senior Thesis about their findings

## POTIONS

**-First Years:**

GLE 1. Students know basic Potions facts (e.g. the effects of adding powdered root of asphodel to an infusion of Wormwood, the properties of a Bezoar, the difference between Monkshood and Wolfsbane, etc.)

GLE 2. Students can label and draw diagrams of basic potion tools

GLE 3. Students know the proper technique to use said tools properly

GLE 4. Students are able to brew basic potions (i.e. Boil Cure Potion)

**-Second Years:**

GLE 1. Students know the definition of basic potion terminology (brew, concoction, draught/draft, etc.)

GLE 2. Students are able to, successfully, brew: Shrinking Solution

GLE 3. Students are able to, successfully, brew: Hair Raising Potion

GLE 4. Students are able to, successfully, brew: Wideye or Awakening Potion

**-Third Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to, successfully, brew: Confusing Concoction

GLE 2. Students are able to, successfully, brew: Swelling Solution

GLE 3. Students are able to, successfully, brew simple endurance potions

GLE 4. Students understand why Muggles would not be able to brew potions and why that step is necessary even for wizards

**-Fourth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to, successfully, brew simple truth serums

GLE 2. Students are able to, successfully, brew simple wound cleaning potions

GLE 3. Students are able to, successfully, brew simple healing potions

GLE 4. Students are able to, successfully, brew simple burn cleaning potions

**-Fifth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to, successfully analyze the ingredients and brew: Fire-Protection Potion

GLE 2. Students are able to, successfully analyze the ingredients and brew: Dragon dung Fertiliser and Doxycide

GLE 3. Students are able to, successfully analyze the ingredients and brew: Moonseed Poison

GLE 4. Students are able to, successfully analyze the ingredients and brew: Angel's Trumpet Draught

**-Sixth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to analyze and explain how the ingredients work together to produce the effect of: Polyjuice Potion

GLE 2. Students are able to analyze and explain how the ingredients work together to produce the effect of: Veritaserum

GLE 3. Students are able to analyze and explain how the ingredients work together to produce the effect of: Antidote to Vertaserum

GLE 4. Students are able to analyze and explain how the ingredients work together to produce the effect of: Replenishing Potion

**-Seventh Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to produce an original potion of their own creation

GLE 2. Students are able to successfully brew said potion in under an hour

GLE 3. Students are able to present an oral and visual demonstration of their potion

GLE 4. Students are able to write an insightful Senior Thesis about their creation

## TRANSFIGURATION

**-First Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand the three basic uses of transfiguration

GLE 2. Students understand the basic principles of transformation

GLE 3. Students are capable of turning needles into matchsticks

GLE 4. Students can conjure flames

**-Second Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand the basic principles of conjuring

GLE 2. Students are capable of conjuring water

GLE 3. Students are able to turn mice into books

**-Third Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand more advanced concepts of transformation, such as changing one vertebrate into another

GLE 2. Students are able make a controlled explosion

GLE 3. Students are capable of turning a cat into a rabbit

GLE 3. Students are capable of performing a switching spell

**-Fourth Years:**

GLE 1. Students are capable of taking notes while listening to a lecture

GLE 2. Students are able to conjure a rope and have it tie someone up

GLE 3. Students are able to turn inanimate objects into birds

GLE 4. Students are able to vanish objects completely

**-Fifth Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand the limitations of conjuring and vanishing, and have a basic idea how human transformations work

GLE 2. Students are capable of at least six conjurations

GLE 3. Students are capable of at least four transformations

GLE 4. Students are capable of transforming inanimate objects into animate objects (and vice versa)

**-Sixth Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand advanced concepts, such as how transfigurations work, and how transfigurations mix with other magics (such as resistant creatures, or Apparition)

GLE 2. Students are able to branch off and study a broad branch of transfiguration (Ie. conjuration) and study it with little or no help from a professor

GLE 3. Students are able to write insightful essays on said topic

**-Seventh Years:**

GLE 1. Students are capable of temporary human transfiguration (i.e. changing a mouth into a beak, eyebrows into antlers)

GLE 2. Students are able to write insightful essays about the principles of human transfiguration.

GLE 3. Students understand the principals of Un-transfiguration.

GLE 4. Students are capable of writing a Senior Thesis about everything they’ve learned during the course.

## MUGGLE STUDIES

**-Second Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand how Muggle cultures are changing.

GLE 2. Students understand what a “fad” is.

GLE 3. Students are able to identify different things that are popular during the Muggle era.

GLE 4. Students understand how electricity works and what it is.

**-Third Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand the similarities and differences of Muggle and Wizard transportation.

GLE 2. Students are able to label different types of Muggle transportation.

GLE 3. Students are able to list different types of Muggle Transportation.

**-Fourth Years:**

GLE 1. Students recall how electricity works.

GLE 2. Students understand how Muggle Technology works (i.e. iPads, phones, laptops, etc.)

GLE 3. Students are able to identify different pieces of technology from others.

**-Fifth Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand how Muggle Manufacturing works.

GLE 2. Students understand different types of manufacturing

GLE 3. Students are able to draw/label different steps of manufacturing

**-Sixth Years:**

GLE 1. Students understand the basic principles of construction

GLE 2. Students are able to identify different tools for construction

GLE 3. Students are capable of writing insightful essays about Muggle construction.

**-Seventh Years:**

GLE 1. Students are able to pick a specific aspect of Muggle life and research it without the help of a professor.

GLE 2. Students are able to write insightful essays about said aspect.

GLE 3. Students are capable of writing a Senior Thesis about everything they've learned in this course.

**Bryans**

**1008**

## The Ancient Runes GLEs Are Good

- Professor Kinsel (Owl Me)-My Office
**- The****Flying****Foot**- 4.
**Dduffurg48/Gruff**15:45, September 25, 2012 (UTC)

## The Ancient Runes GLEs Need Editing (specify)

- Er..electives are for third years and up. Other than that, it's good. Weirdo Guy (talk) 01:12, June 2, 2012 (UTC)

## The Potions GLEs Are Good

- Weirdo Guy (talk) 01:13, June 2, 2012 (UTC)
- Professor Kinsel (Owl Me)-My Office
**- The****Flying****Foot**

## The Potions GLEs Need Editing (specify)

## The Transfiguration GLEs Are Good

- Weirdo Guy (talk) 01:14, June 2, 2012 (UTC)
**- The****Flying****Foot**- Professor Kinsel (Owl Me)-My Office

## The Transfiguration GLEs Need Editing (specify)

## The Muggle Studies GLEs Are Good

## The Muggle Studies GLEs Are Need Editing (specify)

- As said with Ancient Runes, electives are supposed to start at third year. Weirdo Guy (talk) 01:16, June 2, 2012 (UTC)

- I think I would like this to continue through 7th Year, given that there's subject matter to teach. I will discuss this with the teacher. Also, I think we should stick with a more traditional cirriculum given the current warryness of technology throughout the wizarding world. I would hate for foreign countries who send their students to Hogwarts to get the wrong idea about the school.Professor Kinsel (Owl Me)-My Office (In Character Vote and comments BTW)

- I think they all look good except for the third Year cirriculum about technology. Again, I wish Hogwarts to remain out of the international spotlight with the technology issue. Professor Kinsel (Owl Me)-My Office

## Comments

Alright, so I know you guys are going to notice that Muggle Studies only goes up to the OWL year, but I was reading about the class on HPW and it says that it didn't go to NEWTs or it was unknown whether it did or not. I wasn't sure whether or not we did it here. So, when I get confirmation, I will be adding it to the next round of GLE votes.
**Bryans****1008**

@Weirdo Guy: Actually they all start at first year, currently. We're deciding whether or not to keep it that way, thoung. **Bryans****1008**

- I talked to Echostar, and we agreed that the canon subjects should start 3rd Year. So, for muggle studies, you can just change the Years. We were thinking about letting second YEars take the non-cannon subjects, like wandlore...but that could get complicated. Any opinion? Bond_em7 (Owl Me) 15:48, June 2, 2012 (UTC)
- I think we should stick to the canon way of doing things.
**Bryans****1008**

I was asked to re-write the Transfiguration GLE like over a month ago and just forgot and got busy. I'm going to work on this today, and then leave it up for a bit for a vote. Sorry guys, my bad. Bond_em7 (Owl Me) 15:34, June 19, 2012 (UTC)