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Study guide - mid-term exam - Potions year I

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Study Guide
Mid-Term Exam
Potions Year I

Safety Rules
Learn all safety rules.

Learn why these individual rules are in place:
Safety for self.
Safety for others.

Understand what cauldron cleaner is and what it is used for.
Definitions
Learn the following definitions:
Antidote.
Cure.
Poison.
Potion.
Solution.

Learn the difference between:
Antidote and Cure.
Compound and Mixture.
Solute and Solvent.

Understand these key words:
Homogenous.
Phase.
Tools
Learn the differences between the four main cauldrons:
Brass.
Copper.
Pewter.
Silver.

Understand what a cauldron stand is used for and how it functions.

Understand what each of the following tools are used for:
Cutting board.
Dragon-hide gloves.
Knife.
Mortar and pestle.
Phial.
Set of scales.
Stirring tool.
Wand.
Storage
Learn which details need to be included on a phial label.

Understand how the following factors may affect a potion or ingredient:
Humidity.
Light.
Shelf life.
Temperature.

Understand the importance of safety in a storage environment.
Techniques
Understand the following techniques:
Bottling.
Crushing.
Cutting and slicing.
Heating.
Juicing.
Maturing.
Measuring.
Stirring.
Timing.

Learn the difference between Estimated Brewing Time and Total Maturation Period.
Basic Ingredients
Learn the following about each ingredient discussed in lesson 4:
Name.
Basic description.
Location.
How to harvest and store.
Basic effects.
Warnings.

Understand in which potions these ingredients are commonly used and why.
About Ingredients
Learn the definition of ingredient.

Understand the different purposes of ingredients:
Effect.
Smell.
Taste.
Texture.

Understand where magic originates.

Learn the common denominators of magical ingredients.
Introduction to Potions
Basic Ingredients
and Effects
Tools, Techniques and Storage
About Dragons
Understand the temperament of dragons.

Learn the regulations for dragon breeding, trading, harvesting and selling.

Understand why it is important to learn dragon anatomy in the field of potioneering.

Understand how dragons differ from endothermic and exothermic creatures.

Understand the basic anatomy of dragons:
Hide.
Skeleton.
Musculature.
Organs.
Materials Used in Potion Making
Learn which parts of the dragon are used in potion making and where they are anatomically located.

Learn the description of each ingredient discussed.

Learn the storage specifications of each ingredient discussed.

Learn the effects of each ingredient discussed.
Dragon Blood
Learn the description of dragon blood.

Learn the storage specifications of dragon blood.

Learn the effects of dragon blood in the use of potions.

Learn which types of potions dragon blood is used in.
Dragon Blood and other parts
Ethics
Learn the definition of Ethics.

Understand what influences Ethics:
Self-awareness.
Natural programming.
Environment.
Experiences.
Circumstances.

Understand what these organisations do:
The Potions Association.
The Most Extraordinary Society of Potioneers.
The Potions Guild.

Understand the main Ethical dilemmas in potioneering:
Ingredient harvesting and use.
Intent and purpose.
Testing.
Administration
Learn the questions that need to be asked prior to administering a potion.

Understand what bioavailability is.

Learn the difference between these routes of administration:
Oral
Sublingual
Topical
Enteral feeding tube
Parenteral
I.V. (intravenous injection)
Intramuscular
Subcutaneous

Learn the advantages and disadvantages of parenteral administration.
Importance, Ethics and Administration
Importance
Understand the difference between spells and potions:
Potions can achieve more than spells and charms.
Potions can be controlled, spells cannot.
Potions are based on logic and Chemistry.
Potions are dependent only on external sources.
Potions come with added danger.

Understand the reach and potency of potions.
Professor
Naya Nivera
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