|Mixed objective/subjective test
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||On the official date for both opportunities in June and July, the student must submit an exam on the contents of the subject, both those taught in the theoretical lessons and readings indicated by the teacher. Students who opt for continuous assessment as well as those who opt for non-continuous assessment may take the exam. For the students in the continuous evaluation, the score in the exam will suppose the 40 percent of its score in the subject. Students must reach at least 20 points (out of a maximum of 40 possible) in the exam in order to pass the course. Students in the non-continuous assessment must obtain at least three quarters of the maximum exam score to pass the subject (at least 30 points out of the possible maximum of 40) on the June exam. All students who attend the July opportunity, whether they chose one kind of evaluation or another, must obtain at least 30 points out of the 40 possible maximums in the exam to pass the subject.
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||The analysis of documentary sources is one of the activities that constitute the practical part of the subject. Students must submit a report of their research on secondary data on the date established for this purpose and present at the classroom. The grade obtained by the students in the analysis of the documentary sources will represent 15 percent of their final score in the subject. It is an essential condition in order to pass the subject to obtain more than 5 points (of the maximum of 15 possible) in the analysis of documentary sources. This activity is only required for those students who opt for continuous assessment.
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||The case study is also part of the practices in the subject. Students organized in groups of two or three people will submit a report of their research on the date established for this purpose and must present it at the classroom. The grade obtained by the students in their case study entail 25 percent of their final grade in the subject. In order for students to pass the course, it is essential that they obtain at least 10 points (out of a possible maximum of 25) in their case study. This activity is only required for those students who opt for continuous assessment.
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||The third report that students must submit is the preparation of a summary and a conceptual map related to a text that will be provided. The evaluation of the report that the students will elaborate will suppose a 10 percent of its final score. To pass the subject, the student must obtain a grade, at least, equal to 4 points (in a maximum of 10 possible) in their conceptual map. This activity is only required for those students who opt for continuous assessment.