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If you taught at Hogwarts what would you likely teach?

Considering your personality and skills which subject would fit you best?

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7Astronomy- the scientific study of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, and galaxies) and phenomena
6Potions- the art of creating mixtures with magical effects
6Herbology- The study of magical plants and how to take care of, utilize and/or combat them
5Charms- type of magic spell concerned with giving an object new and unexpected properties, levitation
5Care of Magical Creatures- Learning about and how to care for magical beasts
5Apparition- the art of magically disappearing from one place and reappearing in another
5Other
4Transfiguration- the art of changing the properties of an object, a teacup into a mouse
4Defense Against the Dark Arts- teaches defensive techniques to block spells, charms, curses, hexes and jinxes cast by other wizards, counteract the Dark Arts, and to protect from Dark creatures
4Ancient Runes- theoretical subject that studies the ancient runic scripts
4I would be the matron of the hospital wing- magical healer
3History of Magic- The study of magical history
3Divination- the art of predicting the future
3None
2Artihmancy- concerned with the magical properties of numbers
2Muggle Studies- This course involves the study of Muggles, non magical humans
1Flying- use of enchanted broomsticks
1I would be the caretaker- like the janitor
1I would be the headmaster/headmistress
0I would be the gamekeeper/groundskeeper


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Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 2-Jan-2008 8:25pm  
History of Magic and/or Herbology.
they Survey Central Subscriber
posted 2-Jan-2008 9:06pm  
Transfiguration, Charms, or Herbology.

I think you spelled Arithmancy wrong. I don't know how to spell it either tho.
Iseult
posted 2-Jan-2008 9:43pm  
DADA because that's what Snape enjoys teaching and I love Snape.
Potions. Kind of like cooking, and I enjoy cooking.
Astromony.
Care of Magical Creates. Would be nice being outside whole day and some magical creatures are truly fascinating.
labjog
posted 2-Jan-2008 10:53pm  
Apparition, that would be fun.
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 3-Jan-2008 12:30am  
I would love Astronomy just sounds interesting
RGirl
posted 3-Jan-2008 12:32am  
Well, since I worked as an RN for some years I might be the matron in the hospital wing. I love history so that is another possibility.
RGirl
(reply to they) posted 3-Jan-2008 12:35am  
> Transfiguration, Charms, or Herbology.
>
> I think you spelled Arithmancy wrong. I don't
> know how to spell it either tho.

It is spelled Arithmancy on the Wikipedia article so if I spelled it wrong so did they.

ausfox
posted 3-Jan-2008 1:33am  
Let's go for Apparition
Pomeranian
posted 3-Jan-2008 3:27am  
Um, these kids need to learn some real math, I'd teach them algebra.
they Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to RGirl) posted 3-Jan-2008 7:04am  
> |> Transfiguration, Charms,
> or Herbology.
> |>
> |> I think you spelled
> Arithmancy wrong. I don't
> |> know how to spell it
> either tho.
>
> It is spelled Arithmancy on
> the Wikipedia article so if
> I spelled it wrong so did
> they.
>

Yeah, that's not how you spelled it wink

It's a great survey. I love HP surveys.

Liss
posted 3-Jan-2008 9:06am  
Potions. No doubt in my mind.
'I can tell you how to bottle fame, brew glory, and even stopper death.'
I mean, come on.
icurok
posted 3-Jan-2008 11:11am  
Given that I *am* a muggle, the answer picks itself.
jettles Survey Central Subscriber
posted 3-Jan-2008 1:45pm  
potions or herbology probably
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
posted 3-Jan-2008 3:19pm  
I would be the matron - but only until I could get a job at the Wizard hospital.
RGirl
(reply to they) posted 3-Jan-2008 6:26pm  
How did I spell it? O, I see, big deal, a freakin' typo, not a mispell.
they Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to RGirl) posted 3-Jan-2008 6:38pm  
Honestly, if I'd known it was your survey..... I wouldn't have said anything to begin with.

I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings, pissed you off, or aggravated you with my comment. I really am.

I'm not used to people who are so sensitive.
FauxLo
posted 3-Jan-2008 10:41pm  
FoxTurtle would be the caretaker, so...
Jody
posted 4-Jan-2008 8:58am  
I might be the librarian - research is my forte.
thecomic22
posted 4-Jan-2008 1:13pm  
Transfiguration & apparition.
BigBobJoylove
posted 4-Jan-2008 7:14pm  
Poker
kcthedog
posted 5-Jan-2008 7:53pm  
Potions- the art of creating mixtures with magical effects

Defense Against the Dark Arts- teaches defensive techniques to block spells, charms, curses, hexes and jinxes cast by other wizards, counteract the Dark Arts, and to protect from Dark creatures

Transfiguration- the art of changing the properties of an object, a teacup into a mouse

Apparition- the art of magically disappearing from one place and reappearing in another


Since I already majored and received my doctorate in these studies they would be the logical courses for me to teach. Makes sense to me!
Kristal_Rose
posted 5-Jan-2008 11:09pm  
Arithmancy, Charms, Runes, Potions, Herbology, Divination, Astronomy, Defense. More or less, these are things I do in fact teach on occasion.
Gomezy3k
posted 6-Jan-2008 10:47am  
I would be teaching a hidden secret class of "Dark Arts".... Bwaaahaaahaaahaaa Volde rules...
RGirl
(reply to they) posted 14-Jan-2008 11:06pm  
Well, I've been told I am too sensitive. I was also unbelievably irritable. Sorry.
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