- In the conceptual questions the correctness of the response and clarity of the concepts explained by the student is valued.
- Solving theoretical and practical assumptions originality and correctness of the response is evaluated (valued at 50% and the use of same examples seen in class), always being adjusted to the information provided in the question.
- The inappropriate use of specific terminology and repeated presence of spelling errors (spellings or incorrect use of accents) may penalize the evaluation.
- In test questions, the student must mark all existing possible answers. The right questions in part provided that no incorrect answer check is posted.
- The student must obtain a score of 3 points to overcome this final part of the course.
2. TASK A (25%)**:
DELIVERING: feasibility (0,5), originality (0,5), regulations and organization (1,5), material (1,5), adaptations (1,5), management (1), adequacy to people with disabilities (1), risks management (0,5), answers to questions (1)
WORKING DOCUMENT: justification (1), application context (0,5), group organization (0,5), regulations (1), other aspects of interest (0,5), construction of own material (1,5), other materials (0,5), references (0,5).
3. TASK B (15%)**: eligible impairment (1), affected body region (1), rating scale (1), function (2), assessment tests (3), practical activity (1.5), references (1).
**The final score resulting from the values indicated between parentheses will be normalized to the task percentage.