In the case of students who follow the subject by continuous assessment, the evaluation of the subject is specified as follows: Attendance and active participation in lectures-theoretical and practical-and tutorials: 10% Practical work and individual and directed academic activities group, includes partial test (vocabulary tests): 40% Theoretical/practical final exam (combination test and short answer, between 20 and 40 questions): 50%. The final grade is obtained from the average of each one of the evaluated parts. More details of these methods are offered in the section `Materials' of the subject and the first day of class is explained. In the case of students who follow the subject by evaluation does not continue, the evaluation of the subject is specified as follows: Final exam composed of a theoretical part (combination test and short answer, between 20 and 40 questions): 50% and practical part with a series of exercises related to the subject: 50% In this modality, the practical part will only be corrected if the theoretical part is passed (5 points of 10), therefore, they will have to have necessarily passed the theoretical part of the subject to make an average between the two. It is recommended to be attentive to the announcements that are published of the subject and to request the necessary tutorials. The face-to-face modality of continuous assessment and the distance learning are not compatible: the student can follow only one of the two. The subject begins for all students on September 18 regardless of the origin of the student. To ensure the correct functioning of the workgroups, the progression of the subject, delivery and return of internships, among others, the attendance by continuous evaluation of students will not be accepted after September 28, that is, it must be followed by evaluation. Does not continue. The plagiarism is a crime and is penalized in the subject with a '0' in the call closest to the delivery of work, practice or exercise delivered by the student or the group of students if it is a group work. ATTENTION ERASMUS STUDENTS: the requirements are determined: 1. Given the level of professionalism of the subject from the field of Audiovisual Communication - it is a subject of 3rd in which the mastery of tools and competencies specific to this degree is required- only Students who come from studies related to Media, Media, Audiovisual Communication, Advertising, Journalism, Cinematography, Communication Sciences and Information Sciences will be admitted. 2. The subject begins for all students on September 18 regardless of the origin of the student will not be admitted the attendance by continuous evaluation of students after September 28 IMPORTANT NOTE: The subject English for the audiovisual professions is not a related subject with the area of ¿¿knowledge of Philology, but with Journalism and Audiovisual Communication and related. For this reason, validations are not allowed with subjects in which English has been treated from the point of view of grammar, vocabulary, acquisition of skills at any of the official levels admitted by the European Space or Official Language Schools, that is, the possession by the student of a certificate B1, B2, First Certificate, etc., does not give the right to the possibility of recognition or validation in the academic record of the student of this subject.
Exam: theoretical part: combination test and short answer, between 20 and 40 questions): 50%. Practical part with exercises related to the development of the audiovisual professional activity in any of its areas: 50%
Adaptation to the competences of specific vocabulary and grammar required for the development of the professions related to the audiovisual
Adaptation to the contents around the capacities and professional skills of the audiovisual discipline in any of its fields
Achievement of the level of knowledge of the routines and work tools of audiovisual professionals