CONTINUOUS PRESENTIAL EVALUATION The evaluation of the subject is obtained from the average of the marks obtained in the theoretical and practical sections and it will be done as long as any of them is equal or superior to 3.5. (1.7 to 50%) - Conducting a theoretical exam at the end of teaching the subject. It will consist of multiple choice questions and development questions. The exam will be on all the subject taught during the subject that is available on the web of the subject, in the section of Material. - The exam grade will correspond to 50% of the final grade of the subject. - The evaluation of the practices carried out during the course will suppose 50% of the grade. The practices can also be found on the web of the subject in Material. The delivery and correction of a practice within the programming of the school year implies the adoption and acceptance of the Continuous Continuous Evaluation. Correction Criteria Theoretical Exam Questions type test have a unique valid answer. Development questions: Understanding and correct expression of knowledge related to theoretical topics. Practices evaluated according to the following criteria: Plastic quality of the photographic images, thematic and conceptual depth of the reports and projects presented. This will mean 50% of the final grade. -The active participation in class, attendance at seminars and courses organized since the degree will be valued by increasing the value of the final grade up to 10% of the total. All the material of the subject is published in the Materials Folder of the subject. It is advisable to read the announcements of the subject. Non-Presenting Assessment Those students who choose not to deliver the practices requested during the course, may be submitted to the non-contact modality and more theoretical exam can choose between delivering the practices requested the same day of the exam or perform a written exam on your site. Each of the parts evaluated as in the face-to-face evaluation must reach a minimum of 3.5 (1.7 to 50% in each of the parts). In all examination sessions the practices that will be delivered must be carried in digital format and online delivery is not allowed in any case. For all the extraordinary calls are kept notes of the parts approved by the student: theory and practice. VERY IMPORTANT: Plagiarism, understood as the delivery of practices using images not made by the student during the course (internet downloads, etc.) means suspending all practices and the inability to present themselves to the current theoretical and practical call. Therefore, the suspension of the subject in said call. The only way to show that the photos are taken and taken during the course is to present the original files taken by the camera along with the camera that took them.
The subject, as we have mentioned before, is evaluated both in theoretical and practical openings, with the correction criteria for each of the sections being the following:
Theoretical Correction Critics:
Realization of a theoretical exam at the end of the teaching of the subject. It will consist of multiple choice questions and development questions. The exam will be on all the subject taught during the subject that is available on the web of the subject, in the section of Material.
The correction criteria for each of the practical exercises:
Presentation in time and form:
Works submitted in the stipulated time and in the manner specified in the task will be evaluated. All work submitted after the deadline will not be evaluated.
Innovation: The creative aspects of the work, as well as the development of the idea for which the task is developed, will have a value of 40% of the final grade of the exercise
Technique and production: The technical aspects such as the production used in each of the exercises have a value of 40% in the qualification of the exercise.
Conceptual justification. The conceptual and theoretical justification of each one of the exercises has a 20% in the qualification of the exercise.
There are no additional requirements