|Subject||English Literature (18th and 19th Centuries)||Code||613G03036|
|Graduate||1st four-month period
|Guest lecture / keynote speech||A9 A10 A11||Two tests (Mid November and the official date of the exam) to assess the students' understanding of the contents of the subjectc. All aspects included in the methodology will be taken into account.
A mínimum of 4 out of 10 in each of the two tests must be obtained in order to be assessed with the rest of the activities included in the assessment (step 7)
|Supervised projects||A1 A6 A7 B1 B2 B5 B6 B7||Written and oral projects will be highly assessed||40|
|Directed discussion||A2 A3 A8 B4 B10||Students' participation and daily work and attention will be taken into account.||10|
In July, students will have to work on one of the topics included in the contents of this guide( 6-10 pages and 50% of the final grade) and the exam ( 50% of the final grade). Students who have submitted satisfactory work during the course will not be required to sumit any additional work; they will only repeat the exam.
Students who do not show up at any of the exam opportunities available(two) will be deemed`absent from assessment(np)´ if they have not presented more than 50% of the assessable activities.
The application Turnitin may be used to check the originality of essays, including wrong
According to the Academic and Titles Deputy Vice-chancellor's regulations(VOAT), students who fail the first exam opportunity and do not take the second exam opportunity in July,will appear as "Fail".
Those who are officially registered as part time students and have been granted permission not to attend clases (academic exemption), as stipulated in the regulations of this University, will be assessed in either of the opportunities according to the same criteria specified for the second opportunity.