(Due: April 30)
Please e-mail homework to email@example.com. No attachments will be accepted. Remember to include your full HOL name, HOL ID, and House name in the body of the e-mail.
The subject of your e-mail should be DADA – HW7 - HOL ID
True or False:
Worth 10 points (2 points each) If the answer is false please write the correct answer. (no credit will be given if this is not done)
- The Leg-Locker Curse causes the target’s legs to wobble uncontrollably.
- The Trip Jinx sends the target on a vacation far far away when casted.
- We will study the Unforgivable Curses in this lesson.
- Students are able to practice the spells mentioned in this lesson on statues in the back of the classroom.
- The Hurling Hex is used for throwing objects around a room.
Worth 10 points (2 points each) Do some research on the following spells. You will receive one point for telling me what the spell does (use your own words, don’t copy from the internet) and one point for giving an example of when it was used in the Harry Potter books.
- Toenail-Growing Hex –
- Bat-Bogey Hex –
- Conjunctivitis Curse –
- Thief’s Curse –
- Impediment Jinx –
Create Your Own:
Worth 10 points (minimum of 50 words each)
I want you to create your own Jinx, Hex, or Curse. You need to create at least two (making each worth 5 points). Tell me the name of them, what they do, and anything else that makes them special.
Extra Credit: (Due April 30st)
(Chose two of the three options to equal 30 points)
Writing Project: Worth 15 points
(150 words minimum)
Write a story in which you used two of the spells listed in the lesson and what the circumstances around you using them were. It needs to be believable, ie. you mostly likely were not fighting against a Death Eater or Dementor. This is supposed to be fun so make it creative.
Art Project: Worth 15 points
Draw a comic (containing at least four scenes) of you using a jinx, hex, or curse. Make sure you show which spells you are using in the comic. I’m not looking for perfection, you can have stick figures, as long as I can tell you put some effort into it. I encourage you to make them silly.
Puzzle Project: Worth 15 points