Magic in human life:

The history of magic is the basic class and this subject is taught at the Hogwarts School of Magic and Magic. This category is a study of magical history. This is one of the topics where the use of magic is practically not necessary. The history of magic is taught from the first to the fifth year, with the option of N.E.W.T. Courses in the sixth and seventh year.

The teacher taught this subject at Hogwarts for many years before his death was Cuthbert Baines and even after his death continued to teach like a ghost

Brief Introduction:

The lesson plan usually consists of lectures on “The History of the Magi and the Magical World” (where the Elven rebellion looks more memorable). This category is similar to the history study in the Mugel world, as the emphasis is particularly on remembering dates, names and events.

The class is currently taught by the ghost of Professor Kothbert Baines. According to Folklore Hogwarts, Professor Baines did not realize that he had died: he simply got out of his chair in the staff room one morning and left his body behind.

As Professor Pines was very old at the time of his death, he was very fit in his ways and the students found it difficult to communicate. Pines’ lessons are that he reads (or “droning,” as many say) lectures for his students. It does not seem to mind (or notice) that the class rarely pays attention or even sleep through the class (except for Hermione Granger, who only “seemed able to resist the hypnotic sound of Binns”). Ron Wesley and Harry Potter find the history of magic incredibly boring, managing only to pass the class borrowing Hermione notes.

When Hermione threatens a question, Professor Binns does not even remember his name calling her “Miss Grant,” even though she is the only one in her class to pay attention to. Professor Binns is also very dismissive of the Chamber of Secrets (Hermione’s question) and calls her “legend”, emphasizing that he teaches “has been”.

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