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Cali Turner

  • Subject: Physical Education
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Adriana Conwyn-Jennings


Mental Energy, described to be “a less draining way to use telekinesis”, is a very hard to master source of power. Core energy is the only kind of energy skill elves who are not ancients can use, and the most common kind of energy used for skill. Brain Push, a skill of telekinesis, has only ever been successfully performed by ancients. Full Body Momentum, a skill often overlooked because elves tend to focus on their hands, is achieved when one uses foot energy to boost their telekinesis.

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

Freya Kylan

  • Subject: Physical Education
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Adriana Conwyn-Jennings
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

Admon Dullake

  • Subject: Physical Education
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Adriana Conwyn-Jennings
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

Summer Flores

  • Subject: Physical Education
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Adriana Conwyn-Jennings
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

Starkey Whitmore

  • Subject: Physical Education
  • Level: Unicorn (8)
  • Mentor: Lady Adriana Conwyn-Jennings
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

Arianna Aftar

  • Subject: Physical Education
  • Level: Unicorn (8)
  • Mentor: Lady Adriana Conwyn-Jennings

Core energy is the most common type of energy used for skills and is the only source of power non-ancient elves can master. Mental Energy is a less draining way to use telekinesis, though it is a very hard-to-master source of power. Brain Push is a skill of Telekinesis only ever successfully performed by the Ancients. Full Body Momentum is often overlooked because people tend to focus on they hands instead of feet. It is achieved when one uses their foot energy to boost their telekinesis.

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 24 25 25
TOTAL 99/100
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