The Final Written Exam will consist of five questions from the syllabus of the subject which will have to be answered using an average length. Every question is worth one point and a half, consequently, the maximum mark to be obtained will be 7.5 points. Should a student leave a question unanswered or the reply provided were unrelated to the question, the student will lose the possibility of obtaining a positive qualification. Interest in taking part in the Practical Workshops proposed to students will be taken into account. All the tasks developed related to setting in context, synthesising and analysing the texts highlighted as key in each block of content, will provide students with the possibility of adding up to 1 point . Attendance to the activities organised will imply the production of an essay or project, guided by the teacher in charge of these Seminars or Workshops, which occassionaly, will be presented in class. Students will have the chance to obtain up to 1,5 points with their productions. The Final Mark will be the sum of the score obtained in the Written Final Exam plus the punctuation achieved with the activities and attitudes described above. To obtain at least three points in the Written Final Exam will be absolutely essential, to have the possibility of adding the points achieved in the other parts to the Final Mark.