The subject assessment will be divided into two theoretical and practical sections. The first section will be evaluated by a test of 50 multiple choice questions (5 options). Each test failure remains a quarter of the correct answer value . This section will be overcome with a mark of 5 points.
The second section will be evaluated by testing three developmentopen questions , in which the student must answer case problems. This test is passed with a score of 5 out of 10.
When the student passes both sections will enter the average of its notes (paragraph 1 more paragraph 2) to obtain a final mark of the subject.
In addition, those students who choose to develop a planning and periodization project (in the health or sport area), will improve their scores ratings up to 20%
The evaluation of the subject will be divided into two theoretical-practical sections. The first section will be evaluated through a test of 50 multiple choice questions (5 options). Each failure in the test rests a quarter of the value of a successful answer. This section will be overcome by 5. The second section will be evaluated through a test of three open development questions, in which the student must respond to case problems. This test is passed with a score of 5 points out of 10. The test will have a maximum duration of 2 hours as a whole (theoretical-practical). When the student exceeds both sections, they will access the average of their grades (section 1 plus section 2) to obtain the final grade of the subject. In addition, those students who choose to develop in a group planning and periodization project in the field of health or sport throughout the semester, may opt for up to 20% more score to add to the already obtained.
Consequence of the exceptional situation caused by COVID-19, and in view of the need to adapt the Spanish university system to non-attendance, the development of teaching activity corresponding to the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic year will be subject to the following changes in the teaching guide that are specified as an addendum to the previously approved for the subject.
Theory sessions: Teaching is taught live in the bands established for the subject in the official timetable of the degree, with the participation of the students. It is preferably done using the Google Meet tool from the virtual campus (Universite). The sessions will be recorded and subsequently made available to students through the virtual campus.
Practical sessions: The classroom practices will be developed live through the Google Meet tool from the virtual campus (Universite). The sessions will be recorded and subsequently made available to students through the virtual campus. The acquisition of the corresponding competences is thus assured.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. Others are done through email, answering the questions raised by the students.
System and evaluation criteria of the subject:The evaluation format proposed at the beginning of the course will be maintained, since it included two evaluation formats. One continuous and voluntary and another final.
The continuous evaluation will add to the total of the grade obtained in the final exam, based on the following concepts, these extra scoring percentages:
· Participation in individual “socrative” task (up to 10% more in the grade)
· Participation in group “socrative” task for projects (up to 5% more in the grade)
· Participation, compliance with all the criteria of preparation and presentation in time and form of the group project. (up to 20% more in the note).
The final grade will be made up of two sections:
A) Final no-face exam (100%)
· Questionnaire of 50 multiple-choice questions developed on the Moodle platform and attending to the agreed criteria between teachers and students. (50% of the final grade)
· Three practical assumptions developed on the Moodle platform and attending to the agreed criteria between teachers and students (50% of the final grade).
B) Continuous evaluation. (up to 35% more on the final grade)