FANDOM


Aya Edain

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Saber-tooth Tiger (5)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Evelyn Scott

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Saber-tooth Tiger (5)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Zahira Shakhalma

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Saber-tooth Tiger (5)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Lyanna Forest

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Saber-tooth Tiger (5)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak


Many people generally know fire and water to be opposite of each other. Fire is said to burn everything it touches, while water is said to mean life. Both are also elements some elves can control. Pyrokinesis is the word referring to the manipulation of fire. Hydrokinesis is the word referring to the manipulation of water. Both are extremely hard to control, especially Pyrokinesis, thus the reason why elves in the past have banned that ability. Overall, fire and water are two opposite elements that are hard to control.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 24 25 25 25
TOTAL 99/100

Mayura Spalding

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Saber-tooth Tiger (5)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak


I hate this class.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 25 0 0
TOTAL 25/100

Mayuri Spalding

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Yeti (6)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak


Ever since the dawn of time, fire and water are understood to be opposing elements. Fire symbolizes destruction, and water symbolizes creation and life. Water can also put out fire, creating igneous rocks such as obsidian. Just like other elements, fire and water also have personalities. Fire is said to hunger, because it looks to destroy. Water is said to roar, because it comes in powerful waves. Thus, both of these abilities are hard to control, since each element longs to act.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 25 25 25 25
TOTAL 100/100

Ciara Asher

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Yeti (6)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Jaden Levine

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Yeti (6)
  • Mentor: Sir Terrin Sarak
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.