The subject will be evaluated continuously through three modules:
1. Assessment of theoretical knowledge (50% of the final mark): It will be evaluated through an objective test with 30 questions with 3 alternative answers. The correction formula is: [(a-e / 2) / N] * 10).
2. Assessment of practical knowledge (30% of the final mark): It will be done through a final test with four short questions (one for each practice and seminar sessions) that will be based in the contents worked in the practical sessions and the seminar, and it will be carried out the Same day of the theory exam and in which a maximum of 10 points can be obtained.
3. Assessment of active participation (20% of the final mark): It will be evaluated through a) the development and exhibition in class of an individual audiovisual work in which the communication and oral presentation skills of the student will be valued, through which a point can be obtained (10% of the final mark). b) Attendance at each practical session, the seminar and the exhibition workshop will be assessed with 0.20 points, being able to obtain a point (10% of the final mark).
The FINAL MARK will be obtained as follows:
(Theory mark x 0.5) + (Practical mark x 0.3) + (Participation mark x 0.2)
To pass the subject it is essential to obtain a mark equal to or greater than 5 in the theory and practice parts (According to article 5 of the qualification system established in R.D. 1125/2003, of September 5). If the student has not passed the subject, but he/she passed one of its parts (theory or practice), the note of the part approved in any call, will be kept forever until the other party is exceeded.
In extraordinary calls the same evaluation criteria will be applied and, in a particular way, in the case of the December call, the evaluation tests will deal with the content of the previous course.
The theoretical exam (50% of the final mark) will be done through an objective test of 30 questions with 3 alternative answers.
The final evaluation of the practical activities (30% of the final mark) will be done through a test of four short answer questions on the contents of the practical sessions and the seminar.
The evaluation of the participation (20% of the final mark): will be evaluated 1) with the presentation of an individual audiovisual work (maximum duration: two minutes), which should be based on a selected content of the subject and in which will assess the communication skills and oral exposure that students have when explaining said content. 2) with attendance at three practical sessions, the seminar on communication skills and oral presentation and the exhibition workshop.
Theory (50% of the final grade): The correction formula of the theoretical exam is: [(a-e / 2) / N] * 10). This mark will be multiplied by 0.5 for its weighting in the final mark.
Practices (30% of the final grade): Each of the four evaluation questions of the activities carried out in the practical sessions and the seminar will be assessed with 2.5 points. This mark will be multiplied by 0.3 for its weight in the final mark.
Participation (20% final grade): 1) the audiovisual work that each student exhibits will be valued with up to one point. 2) the attendance and active participation in the sessions (practices, seminar and exhibition workshop) will be assessed with up to a point, assessing attendance at each session with 0.20 points.
On the day of the evaluation of the subject, no reference material will be allowed.
In order to carry out the theoretical exam and the final evaluation of practical activities, the students will have to go the day of the examination session with the following material:
- PENCIL and RUBBER.
- PEN and LIQUID CORRECTOR (i.e: TIPP-EX)
- National Identity Document or University Identification Card (DNI / TIU)