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Apr 5 2018, 07:27 PM
Professor Longbottom sat at the front of the class waiting for his second years to arrive. The year was slowly coming toward its end and, as it did, he found he enjoyed his time with the younger students more and more. They didn’t have the weight of the major exams on them, so they tended to be a little more upbeat and playful. If nothing else, it helped the time go faster to not have people whining about the amount of work they needed to do and how they were going to find the time to get it all done.
The board was blank except for a large picture in the center, which would undoubtedly give the kids some idea of what they were going to be covering for the lesson.
The desks had been largely pulled back to circle around the room.
Feb 4 2018, 04:38 PM
Professor Longbottom sat patiently at his desk at the front of the room, waiting for the kids to arrive. As he waited, he flipped through a book that he’d picked up during the last Hogsmeade Weekend. It wasn’t as engrossing as he’d hoped that it could be and he found himself desperately hoping that they kids would hurry up.
On the board was a drawing of Medusa:
The snakes on her head writhed and twisted among each other as their eyes scanned the room, as though they were seeking out new prey.
Dec 3 2017, 10:28 PM
Professor Longbottom sat on his desk at the front of the room, leaning forward onto his hands on the edge of the desk - his feet bouncing on the wood of the solid furniture as he waited for his students to arrive. As per usual, there wasn't anything about the lesson written on the board, just a magically animated drawing:
When the kids filtered in he jumped to his feet and said, "Alright everyone!"
"Today's lesson isn't one that really lends itself to being taught inside - so, we're gonna take a bit of a walk before we really give it a try."
"Let's get going everyone!" he finished as he started toward the door they'd just entered.
Nov 3 2017, 03:02 PM
Professor Longbottom was pacing around the front of the room waiting for his students to arrive trying not to bounce; clearly excited about something. The normal rows of seats weren’t present; in fact, other than his chair at the front of the room there weren’t any seats in the room at all. A sizeable stack of papers were waiting on the corner of his desk and a picture was drawn on the chalkboard.
Other than that, there wasn’t anything in the room.
Oct 2 2017, 07:50 PM
Billy sat at the front of the classroom, waiting for his students to arrive. His feet were kicked up on his desk, his hands were crossed over his belly, and he was leaning precariously back on his chair. There was a small black box resting on his chest and there were cords running from it to his ears. Loud music was emanating from it that could be plainly heard in the room if people were quiet.
The desks were set up nominally in rows – but they were haphazardly done; as though they’d been hastily set up for the kids.
On the board there was a symbol: