The student's final grade will be obtained as follows: THEORETICAL MARK The knowledge and skills of the student will be assessed by a multiple-choice exam of 30-40 and/or 5-10 short questions. The minimum mark to pass the theoretical part is a 5. The correction formula is: N = [A-(E/n-1)] / N x10, where A is the successes, errors E, n the number of response alternatives and N total number of questions. This part will account for 70% of the final grade. The theoretical note is saved for a full academic year in case of failing practices. PRACTICE MARK Attendance at 6 practices is mandatory. To pass this part is essential to: a) Attend the sessions in the date and time indicated by the teacher in class or in the virtual bulletin boards. b) Submit the 6 lab reports, at the date and time indicated for this purpose. Papers presented out of date will not be accepted. c) Scoring criteria: date of delivery, quality of presentation of the work, structure and format required, quality of content and misspellings. d) The unjustified failure to attend the classroom sessions will entail to perform the memory individually, scoring a maximum of 5. This part will account for 30% of the final mark for the course. The passing mark in the practices will be saved for a full academic year to students who fail the theory. - To approve the practice in September, students will deliver the Final Report of Practice on an individual basis.An exam must also be passed on the practical content. Reports and the exam will account for the final mark as long as both are passed separately. The practical examination and delivery of memory both will be made on the date of the official announcement of the theory test in September. FINAL MARK The scores for the theoretical and practical averaged together, 70% and 30% respectively, as long as both are greater than 5
Theory classes: The teaching contents are posted on the subject's website, in the Materials link and through announcements to the student, in the class time slots assigned to this subject according to the official degree schedule for 1st grade. For each topic the following documentation is posted:
- Powerpoint prepared by the teacher with a summary of the topic - Complementary documents (eg articles, reports ..., if any) - Explanatory video of the most relevant aspects of the topic - Voluntary complementary activities - Self-assessment test of the topic (10 questions of VF)
Practical classes: The 4 groups of students are regrouped into one or two to teach online classes on the dates indicated in the official degree schedule. Each practice is organized into two live online sessions using the Google Meet tool: in the first, a theoretical introduction to the subject of the practice is carried out and the group work that the students must carry out is explained; The second session is intended to carry out a group tutorial for the resolution of possible doubts.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student, or via email, answering the questions raised by the students. Direct contact is established with the course delegate to correct possible incidents or general doubts.
The final grade is calculated in the following terms:
THEORETICAL PART (60%):
A) Final non-face-to-face exam of 25-30 test-type questions with three alternative responses, from the contents of topics 1 to 10 (weighting 40%). B) Tests and activities of continuous self-evaluation (of topics 6, 7, 9 and 10, upon delivery of a summary document posted in Tasks) (weights 20%)
PRACTICAL PART (40%):
C) Reports of the 6 group practices (they weigh 40%). The delivery is made through Tasks on the subject's website.
The following criteria are not modified: in order to pass the course, it is necessary to have passed the theoretical and practical parts separately; the approved theory or practice grade will be kept for a full academic year.