Methodologies Competencies Description Qualification
Oral presentation A6 A9 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 The students will have to present their supervised projects orally, as a complement of the written work. Their communicative competences and their presentation skills and meaningful use of technological tools will be evaluated. 10
Supervised projects A1 A9 A11 A14 A15 A18 A19 A20 B1 B2 B3 B5 B6 B7 B8 C6 Originality in the approach chosen, appropriate style and register as well as grammatical correctness will be awarded. 20
Workshop A2 A6 A9 A10 A11 A15 B4 C2 Different types of activities and tasks will be collected and assessed during the course. They will be done in the classroom or at home and will be related to the contents explained in the lectures or the recommended readings. Active participation in the interactive teaching groups (DI) or in the tutorials (TGR) will be awarded up to 5% of the final mark. 20
Mixed objective/subjective test A1 A2 A3 A6 A9 A10 A11 A15 A18 B6 C2 Students can pass this part of the course by sitting for the partial tests which will be done throughout the course OR by means of a final exam will be held in May. This official exam will be mandatory if the students have not passed/sit for the continuous assessment partial tests. 50
 
Assessment comments

IMPORTANT

In order to pass this course, a minimum of 5 out of 10 in the final mark is required. A score of 4 out of 10 is the minimum required in each of the parts of the course (workshop/supervised projects and oral presentation/final mixed test).

Deadlines for assignments are strict. Late arrivals will be penalised, unless they are duly justified.

Pieces of work including plagiarized material will be marked with 0.To detect plagiarism, the application Turnitin could be used. This application recognises papers previously turned in by other people (or the student him/herself) at this university or other universities.  

Very active participation in the different activities, as well as all the extra-credit material carried out by the students during the course, could be awarded up to an extra 5% of the final mark. This can include voluntary work, alternative readings or any other activity proposed and accepted by students and teachers.

The students who do not attend the official exam will be given a grade of NP
(absent) if they have not handed in more than 50% of the continuous assessement
activities.

The dates for the supervised projects, oral presentation and mixed objective tests will be announced well ahead of time.

July opportunity: Those students with less than a 4 in each of the parts evaluated in the course (even if the average is superior to 5) will have to sit for the "second opportunity exam session" in July, where students can retake those parts they have failed, according to the following distribution of percentages: Supervised written project defended with an oral presentation (30%), submission of written tasks similar to those evaluated during the course (20%), mixed test about the contents of the course (50%).

Students sitting the December exam (final exam brought forward) will be assessed according to the criteria specified for the July opportunity.

Students who are officially registered as part time, and have been granted
permission not to attend classes, 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. 

ADI is a university office specialised in attending to members of the
university with special needs due to discapacity or other differentiating
situations with regard to the rest of the community. Students can talk to Dr.
Ana Veleiro for more information, or contact ADI directly at
http://www.udc.es/cufie/uadi/, or by phone ext. 5622, or via email: adi@udc.es