You know you’re a good teacher when your students can remember all of your magic spellbooks and all of the names for each spell they learn.
Unfortunately, it’s not all fun and games when it comes to magic spell books, though.
There are a few things to be aware of when reading your students’ spellbooks.
Some of them are quite important.
Here’s what you should do if you find your students spelling out spells you shouldn’t.1.
Don’t just copy and paste spells into your students spellbooks, though, as they may not be able to remember the full spell.
For example, the name of a spell should be spelled out in the spellbook, not in a sentence.
For a spell to work, the spell should spell out the correct part of the word and be correct for the intended audience.2.
Don’T leave it up to your students to spell out a spell, either.
For some spells, it might be better to make them spell out an entire sentence to demonstrate the spell.
Or you can even use your own spell-making class to teach the spell out.
The important thing to remember is that you should always spell out what you’re using.3.
If you have a group of your students together, they might need a little help spelling out a few spell words, too.
This is where the teacher comes in.
If the group is working together on the spell, they can easily spell out your spell word(s).
This helps keep things organized.4.
It’s a good idea to try to keep your spell words as short as possible.
For instance, if you’re writing out a “word of power” spell, you should keep it to just a few words.
If your spell spell is longer than 10 words, you might want to make it longer.5.
Use the proper spelling when referring to a spell.
If a spell uses a term that’s different from the spell’s title, try to use the title to refer to the spell rather than the spell itself.
Example: The word “heal” is used to refer not to healing, but to an ability.
If someone asks you what a “healing spell” is, you could say that it’s a “Heal” spell.6.
Be careful about spelling out words you aren’t used to spelling out.
Sometimes people spell words in a way that doesn’t reflect the spell they’re using, so try to spell it out as if it were the original spell.
Example: “Witch’s Kiss” is spelled out as “Witches Kiss” instead of “Wicks Kiss.”7.
Keep your students comfortable with the spell and don’t worry if they don’t remember everything.
If they have a few minor spelling mistakes, they’ll probably get it.
If all goes well, they will have learned the spell in about 20 minutes or less.8.
Spell out spells by hand.
It can be helpful to have someone else teach your students spells.
This will help them memorize the spell word-for-word and the spell phrase.