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New ACPTR Curriculum


Hey guys, Lumarnara here. Tonight myself and the two current co-leaders had a meeting about ACPTR’s curriculum for the next month. We have decided to implement a new system of lessons involving Major and Minor Subjects of Study. The major subjects of study will be studied at least once, possibly twice each week. The minor ones will be studied in a cycle, starting from the first to the last throughout the month; these will likely only have 2 or 3 lessons during the whole month. This is our course list for the month: 

Major Subjects of Study: What

  1. ACP/Army History
  2. Club Penguin Based Army Skills (recruiting, tactics, U-Lead
  3. Leadership (CP battles, Xat leading of battles, writing posts, giving orders, dealing with other armies)

Minor Subjects of Study:

  1. Spying
  2. Patrolling
  3. Army Basics (how to act on chat, what to do during battles, uniform, what it means to be in ACP, responsibilities of being in ACP)
  4. Trivia

Final at End of Month: 

How the final will work is, any cadets that think they are ready and have learned a lot can choose to take the final. If they get at least a 90% on it they will receive an extra promotion upon their graduation. If they don’t do well on it they will only receive a reprimand for not paying attention or studying during class.

Grading System Remake:

Due to the increased number of events we are having per week and the very high cadet list, and increased level of activity among both cadets and staff, the grading system has been changed to make the course more challenging. The ACPTR leadership has felt that achieving an A+ is currently far too easy, and especially with the new final system. The changes are as follows:

  1. Less than 6 medals=F

  2. 6-8 medals=D

  3. 9-11 medals= C

  4. 12-13 medals=B

  5. 14-15 medals=A

  6. 16+ medals=A+

These  grades can be edited at any time during the month as deemed necessary by the ACPTR director due to activity level and/or wrong calculations of total events.

The ACPTR Board of Directors, Director Lumarnara, Professor Skyfish, and Professor Mondo


3 Responses

  1. I think 16 is WAY too much. Only three people have ever gotten above 16. 12 would be a better number

  2. How is trivia a subject? Patrolling isn’t a blunt subject and only needs one class to be covered and army basics is probably a 3 part class. There needs to be more subjects to keep everything interesting which probably might make people less apt to join or stay active.

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