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Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria
The UC has theoretical classes (AT) and laboratory classes (LA).
Continuous assessment: partial tests on the subject of TA and / or Exam.
In LA: evaluation according to the protocols, carrying out the practical work and report.
At the end, an evaluation questionnaire will be conducted.
Assessment: 70% partial tests or exam + 30% laboratory classes assessment.
Practical classes: (1 presentation class, 7 classes in module 1 and 6 classes in module 2)
FAULTS: The student may miss one class per module, having to carry out all practical work.
Quotes for each part of the course:
Effective practical classes: Module 1 + Module 2: Total 20
* In the partial evaluation, it is necessary to have a minimum of 4.0 values in each test.
In practical classes it is necessary to have 50% of the total grade in each module.