- THEORY: Exam. It represents 50% of the final grade.
- PRACTICE: Assumes 50% of the final grade and will be the average of the 3 practices carried out, which are assigned the following percentages:
• 15% the 1st practice
• 15% the 2nd practice
• 20% the third practice.
* There will be 3 podcasts or radio programs, for each of the practices.
* The practices will be in groups of maximum 4 people.
* Students will communicate the groups to the teacher on October 10.
* List of evaluable practices:
• Practice 1: Development of a radio program: either the radio model during the Franco dictatorship, or the radio model during the transition
• Practice 2: Development of a radio program on TV groups before the analog blackout
• Practice 3: Development of a radio program on the new content and audiovisual consumption models
NON-CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: To pass the subject through this modality, the student will take a theoretical, developmental exam on the following bibliography:
• The empire of the air: radio spectrum and broadcasting. Bonet, Montse. Chapters 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
• The other screen: social networks, mobile and the new television. Neira, Elena. Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7.
• History of radio and television in Spain: a pending subject of democracy. Bustamante, Enrique. Chapters 2, 3, 4, 5 and epilogue.
• Alternatives in digital media: television, radio, press, cultural magazines and democracy quality. Bustamante, Enrique. Chapters 1 and 2.
EXTRAORDINARY CALLS: The same criteria will be followed in the September and December calls. However, there will be no exhibitions of the works, but they must be delivered in written version. In the case of approving only one of the parts (theoretical or practical), this will be kept indefinitely for subsequent calls, provided that the agenda and the teacher continue.
CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: test of type test on the subjects 1, 2 and 3 of the subject, worked in class.
NON-CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: development test according to the indicated bibliography.
CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: The final grade of the subject will be the average of the exam and the practical part. The same criteria will be followed in the September and December calls. In the case of approving only one of the parts (theoretical or practical), this will be kept indefinitely for subsequent calls, provided that the agenda and the teacher continue.
NON-CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: The student must obtain at least a score of 5 to pass the subject. Syntactic, spelling and punctuation errors will subtract 0.25 points each.