This subject aims to introduce students to the graphic representation of architecture, from two different perspectives: Architectural Drawing and Freehand Drawing.
Drawing in Architecture in essence, will be taught under the face-to face system, including the theoretical contents in the practical approach or development. During this academic year 2020_21, and due to the exceptional Covid-19 limitations as well as to the insistence of the faculty leadership, there is an isolated hour for theory untied from the practice hours. Decision that has been reached against the subject teaching staff, because since forever both, theory and practice were gathered together to make easier their total integration. In addition, the theoretical hour must be divided in two parts to attend both methodologies of the subject. For this reason, the keynote speech hours devoted for the theoretical contents will be taught under virtual mode through Teams in order to avoid a mass of people in the classroom, and to ease the transition between both theoretical blocks of contents. As soon as the threat of the virus is overcome, it will return to a face-to face teaching mode taking up the four hours format that this subject has always had.
1. Modifications to the contents
- No modifications will be made.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
- Keynote speech
- Supervised projects
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
- Email. Temporality: Daily. Use: To ask for virtual appointments (tutorials) and for monitoring the proposed projects/exercises.
- Moodle. Temporality: Daily. Use: According to the student´s need to have the materials provided, for the delivery of the different assignments, or for the use of the thematic forums.
- Teams. Temporality: This dynamic will be adjusted to the temporal development of the subject in face-to-face mode with the necessary weekly sessions to be able to carry out all the theoretical and practical classes as well as to carry out tutorials. Use: Hybrid, in such a way as to follow a normalized and adjusted monitoring of the learning needs of the students to develop the work of the subjects.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
What is indicated in the subjects teaching guide is maintained, because the change into virtual teaching mode does not imply changes in the procedures or in the way of evaluation.
Those as indicated in the subject teaching guide are maintained.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
Students will have available in Moodle, a series of sources of information in pdf format. No modifications will be made in relation to this issue.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.