CONTINUOUS PRESENT ASSESSMENT
The evaluation of the subject is obtained from the average of the marks obtained in the Theoretical and Practical sections and will be done as long as any of them is equal to or greater than 3.5. (1.7 to 50%)
- The theoretical evaluation will consist of the realization of a theoretical exam at the end of the teaching of the subject.
- The exam grade will correspond to 50% of the final grade of the subject.
- The evaluation of the practices carried out during the course will account for 50% of the grade.
- The practices will be conferred in time and form on the web in the tasks section. They are also found on the website of the subject in Material.
- Those students who choose not to deliver the requested practices during the course, may present themselves to the non-classroom modality.
-This modality allows the student to take a written exam instead of the practical part instead.
-Each of the parts evaluated as in the face-to-face evaluation must reach a minimum of 3.5 (1.7 to 50% in each of the parts).
The theoretical exam will be valued with 10 points (5 in the final grade) and is divided into two parts:
A first part consisting of 10 test questions. Each one has a value of 0.5 points. Subtracting one correct for every two answered incorrectly.
A second part of analysis and development in which the student will be proposed four photographs of which the student will choose 2 to make a critical analysis of them. The analysis of each photograph will have a value of 2.5 points, adding a total of 5 points between the 2.
The practical assessment will be assessed with 10 points (5 in the final grade) and consists of 4 exercises. Three of them with a score of 2 points and the last one with a score of 4 points.
The subject, as we mentioned earlier, is evaluated in both theoretical and practical openings, the correction criteria for each of the sections being the following:
Theoretical correction criteria:
In the realization of the theoretical exam at the end of the teaching of the subject, the values ¿¿are objective in terms of the type of test and the critical, discursive and conceptual analysis of the proposed images will be assessed.
The correction criteria for each of the practical exercises:
Presentation in time and form
Works submitted in the stipulated time and in the manner specified in the task will be evaluated. All work submitted after the deadline will not be evaluated.
Innovation and creativity
The creative aspects of the work, as well as the development of the idea for which the task is developed, will have a value of 40% of the final grade of the exercise
Technique and production
The technical aspects such as the production used in each of the exercises have a value of 30% in the qualification of the exercise.
The conceptual and theoretical justification of each of the exercises has 20% in the qualification of the exercise.
Active and attitudinal participation
The final 10% belongs to the active participation of the student in class
There are no additional requirements