||Methodological technique that involves the use of audiovisual and/or bibliographic documents (segments of documentary reports or films, news, web pages, scientific articles, legislative texts, etc.) relevant to the subject matter, accompanied by activities specifically designed for their analysis.
||Sessions will be allocated to the introduction of questions addressed to students to encourage reflective dialogue. This approach is based on the conception of learning as a dialogical process, an act of (re) creation, relating and consolidating reflection and action. The debate will facilitate and promote the sharing and contrasting of informed opinions. With this methodology we aim to: identify difficulties in understanding; inspire divergent thinking; promote a connection with lived experiences; and develop awareness of and critically reconstruct new ways of thinking, feeling and acting. The directed discussion can be developed in person (in the classroom sessions) or virtual (forums).