What: Extra credit, anyone?
Where: Muggle Studies classroom
When: Thursday, 6 November - after last class
Sturgis looked over the materials on his desk with a critical eye, tring to decide which images would produce the greater impact on the students. He had always favoured visual aids, as they were often one of the few things that could produce the reaction he desired.
He'd had yet another couple of introductory classes, and as before, there was resistance both to the material and his methods. They would soon learn, however, that things had changed for the better, and they would all be better off for his lessons.
That didn't mean that he didn't welcome some help, however. He had invited two students to stop by after their last class so that he could speak with them about this very thing. The first was, of course, Theodore, upon whom Sturgis knew he could rely. The boy had acted as his assistant for some time in Transfigurations, and Sturgis had no doubt that their 'professional' relationship would continue.
The other was Anthony Goldstein, the Head Boy with whom Sturgis had spoken in the owlery a week ago, and someone he suspected might welcome the opportunity to examine the 'other' side of Muggles.
He looked up as he heard a knocking upon his door. "Yes, come in," he called out, only barely lifting his eyes from the intriguing images before him.