- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Project-based learning: Completion of a project to solve a problem, applying acquired learning and promoting abilities related to planning, design, performing activities, and reaching conclusions.
The methodology to be followed will combine theoretical explanations with commentary and practical study of law and historical documentation. For this, the teaching is structured in two phases:
The first, called the seminar will allow the students to learn the procedural law and the procedural practice in the administration of justice in Spain since medieval times to the present. Documentation of the time that will be combined with reading studies and specialty items will be handled.
In the second, called Analysis, students will have to apply their theoretical knowledge consulting and working at different texts and manuals, to go into detail about the administration of justice of a particular period or in a legal political institution. The research work will be delivered in electronic and paper format and will have to defend it in public session in the presence of their classmates.
At the beginning of the school year the teachers and students will be agreed about a schedule for the meetings develop.
Two systems of evaluation are established:
A) Final Evaluation
Making an objective test consisting of five questions of medium length about the syllabus of the subject.
The student must answer four questions that will be value from 0 to 2.5 points each one. One white answer or with less than 1 point will impede pass the exam.
In any case the student must deliver the test day his or her commentary and his or her analysis of the required readings and texts in the subject.
B) Continuous Evaluation
The continuous assessment system is voluntary. The choice of this mechanism involves:
1.- The class attendance is obligatory.
2.-Review and analysis of required readings.
3. Research Practice.
At any time the student may renounce to this system and embrace the general regimen of final evaluation.
The final grade will be determined based on the marks obtained in the various comments made, class attendance and participation and interest in the development of research practices and in the exhibition of them.