Teach progress messages

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Taunya
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Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:59 pm

With different ranks of teach, and different int/wis stat levels, it can be difficult to pace a lesson without bugging via tell to see how their pool is coming along. I've sometimes had a student get to more than can be grasped before even getting into the meat of a lesson.

Could the one teaching get some vague indicators on how the student(s) are progressing, perhaps a message whenever they pass to the next adjective on the pool?

Inconsequential - Starts here, no message needed.
Almost None - $n is mulling the concept.
Very Little - $n is beginning to grasp the lesson.
A Little - $n seems to be making a little progress.
Some - $n seems to have learned some now.
A Decent Amount - $n seems to have learned a decent amount.
Considerable - $n has made considerable progress.
A Lot - $n has learned a lot.
A Great Deal - $n has learned a great deal.
A Staggering Amount - $n has made staggering progress.
More Than Can Be Grasped - $n is not likely to learn anything more from this session.

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Niamh
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Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:52 pm

Oooh. Added to the talking list.

Rosequartzfox
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Sun May 26, 2019 11:45 pm

I -really- like this idea. It would keep things more icly without having to break your focus.

wimple
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Mon May 27, 2019 6:41 pm

Please!

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Mon May 27, 2019 7:20 pm

Perhaps to keep it from getting spammy in the room if you have multiple students or participants in a scene, rather than echoing out loud if you have people grouped it could show with the "group" command?

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