METHOD A (continuous assessment).
Students who attend and participate actively during the course will be evaluated as follows:
PRACTICAL PART: Three practical exercises, 65% of the mark, developed by teams (GDD video game, video game concept art book and video game demo level design and production), one individual exercise ( 3D modeling and animation of a main character for a videogame) and the presentation in class of the works done, 5% (correct presentation of projects) + 5% proper grammatical use and spelling of the language.
PRACTICAL EXERCISE 1: Planning and design of the script, GDD. (15% of the final mark)
PRACTICAL EXERCISE 2: Design of environments and characters for the creation of a video game level, (Concept art book). (15% of the final mark)
PRACTICAL EXERCISE 3: 3D modeling and animation of a main character for video games. (15% of the final mark)
PRACTICAL EXERCISE 4: Implementation and development of a video game level. (30% of the final mark)
The evaluation criteria of each of the practical work will be indicated in the rules given to students for each practical exercise. They will be published and available for the students at least 7 days before the deadline.
THEORETICAL PART: A theoretical exercise (exam on the theoretical contents established in the course syllabus) that will account for 30% of the final calculation of the mark. The examination shall consist of 10 multiple choice questions, the value of each question will be 0.15 points, 1.5 points being the maximum obtainable (15% of the final mark) plus two essay questions, each question will be 0.75 points, 1.5 points will be the maximum obtainable (15% of the final mark).
METHOD B (official examination).
Students who do not attend or participate actively during the course will be evaluated as follows:
- An examination comprising:
- Theory: questions related to the theoretical contents taught during the course according to the syllabus, with a value of 30% of the final mark. The examination shall comprise 20 multiple-choice questions, each question worth 0.075 points, 1.5 points being the maximum score (15% of the final mark), plus 10 essay questions, each question worth 0.15 points, 1.5 points being the maximum rating (15% of the final mark).
- Practical part: with questions and practical exercises related to the contents taught in the course according to the syllabus, with a value of 70% of the final mark. The test consists of five exercises with practical cases, each of the exercises will be worth 1.4 points, 7 points being the highest rating (70% of the final mark).
The subject of the exam for the two modalities (modality of continuous evaluation and modality of non-attendance evaluation and extraordinary calls) is integrated by the syllabus of the subject, the explanations of the professor in class, the manual of the subject, the bibliography and the annexes that are indicated in class and in the MATERIALS Folder. For the theoretical evaluation it will be necessary to demonstrate by the student the mastery of the theoretical contents taught and seen in class, through the passing of the theoretical exam, whose structure is indicated in the system section and evaluation criteria.
For the continuous assessment modality, the contents and requirements of each practice will be announced the week before the beginning of the realization of the same and will be explained in class previously. In addition, they will be published in the MATERIALS folder and in the NOTICEBOARD of the subject. To overcome the practical exercises it is necessary to comply with the evaluation criteria indicated in the pdf document of the bases of each exercise. Each one of the documents with the bases of each exercise will be published in the MATERIALS folder and in the NOTICEBOARD of the subject.
For the non-contact evaluation modality and extraordinary calls, the criteria for correcting the practical exam will be the correct and correct handling of the methods and work modalities seen during the course in the practical sessions, whose requirements and definitions are indicated in the documents pdf of the bases of the practical exercises and in the theoretical units of the syllabus of the subject.
The face-to-face evaluation requires assistance to 80% of the classes, the presentation in time and form of the practices and the defense in the classroom of each one of the practical works.
For the two modalities (Continuous assessment modality and non-attendance assessment modality and extraordinary calls), it is essential to pass the theoretical module to pass the subject. This mark is added to the practical part when it is equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10.
The qualifications of the theoretical or practical section above 5 points (out of 10) in the ON-SITE STUDENT modality for the September session of the same year are kept. No qualification is maintained for the non-contact modality B and / or extraordinary convocation of December or later courses. In this call, the subject is evaluated following the NON-ATTENDANCE modality. Partial grades are not kept in the NON-ATTENDANCE modality for subsequent calls.