THEORETICAL (60%) - Written exam with conceptual questions and solving theoretical and practical cases. - The student can use printed materials, but thet can not use any smart device with internet access. Smartphones are not allowed. - The exam must be finished before the available time, comunicated at the begining of the exam. GROUP WORK (25%) - Creation or adaptation of a game or an original sport adaptation that can be practiced by people with and without disabilities (inclusion). - The proposal should be applied for people with intellectual impairments, preferably for team and inclusive practice. - Proposals must be original and create orginal equipment for practice (e.g. tactics boards; ramps; release devices, pictgrams, etc.). - The work shall consist of the following sections: a) Introduction, b) Overview of the game, c) Overview of the materials necessary for its development, d) Material built e) References. Template will be provided in Word format. - Work must be presentaed in a festival with a groups of individuals with intellectual-imapirments. - Participation in the activity with Alicante University (or alternative activity) is compulsory. CASE STUDY (15%) - A task about a case study in functional classification in Paralympic sport, and it will be published through student identified access. - The details, format and timeline will be communicated to students online.
EXAM (60%) - In the conceptual questions the correctness of the response and clarity of the concepts explained by the student is valued. - Solving theoretical and practical assumptions originality and correctness of the response is evaluated (valued at 50% and the use of same examples seen in class), always being adjusted to the information provided in the question. - The inappropriate use of specific terminology and repeated presence of spelling errors (spellings or incorrect use of accents) may penalize the evaluation. - In test questions, the student must mark all existing possible answers. The right questions in part provided that no incorrect answer check is posted. - The student must obtain a score of 2.5 points to overcome this final part of the course. 2. TASK A (25%): DELIVERING: feasibility (5%), originality (5%), regulations and organization (15%), material (15%), adaptations (15%), management (10%), adequacy to people with disabilities (10%), risks management (5%), answers to questions (10%); WORKING DOCUMENT: justification (10%), application context (5%), group organization (5%), regulations (10%), other aspects of interest (5%), construction of own material (15%), other materials (5%), references (5%). 3. TASK B (15%): eligible impairment (1), affected body region (1), rating scale (1), function (2), assessment tests (3), practical activity (1.5), references (1).
- The student must pass independently all sections of the subject. - It can promote on the subject in case one of the modules rating exceeding 4.5, but as long as the overall grade for the course exceeds 6 points. - Those students who obtain a score higher than 8.5 points (without counting the voluntary activities) will obtain the grade of outstanding, and honor mention for those with 9 points or above (until the maximum of allowed grants) - If a student do not pass any of the modules, the rating will keep the other for the next official announcement (September) of the same academic year. If he/she does not pass again that module, the student must pass again all sections in subsequent academic year (except December), according to the current course program for this new academic year. - It is possible to get until 1 point of additional remarks in case the student involves in specific (but voluntary) activities related with the contents. - You can get up to 1 extra point of the activities that are done in class in a timely manner, such as Kahoots, group discussions, study cases, etc. - Those students who do not carry out the group work and the study case may carry out the Type B Exam, including theoretical and practical questions. This exam represents the 100% of the total grade, having 4 hours to complete the evaluation.