The exam will be held through a written test, which is based on the reference texts.
The exam will last 2 hours.
During the test the use of dictionaries, manuals, (paper and digital) reference texts is not allowed.
The test consists of 2 open questions (max 20 points) and 5 closed questions (max 10 points).
Excellent grades will be given in presence of: a good knowledge and understanding of contents; the ability to connect theories/concepts to specific examples; a good critical perspective and in-depth study; the use of an appropriate lexicon with respect to the specificity of the discipline.
Discrete grades will be given in presence of: mnemonic knowledge of the contents; a relatively good critical ability to connect theories/concepts to specific examples; the use of an appropriate lexicon.
Sufficient grades will be given in presence of: the achievement of a minimal knowledge of contents, even in the presence of some gaps; the use of an appropriate lexicon.
Negative grades will be given in presence of: difficulty of orientation with respect to the contents addressed in the reference texts; knowledge gaps; the use of an inappropriate lexicon.
"Distance exam modality - COVID-19 period:
Written exam on MOODLE (https://edisea.uniss.it) with visualization of the student through Microsoft Teams or Google Meet. The test will be structured in 5 closed-ended questions and 2 open-ended question. Each closed-ended question will have the value of 2 points if the answer is correct and 0 points if the answer is incorrect or missing. The open-ended questions will have a maximum value of 10 points, if the answer demonstrates a good knowledge/understanding of the topic, a good ability to connect processes to specific examples, and the use of a lexicon that is appropriate to the discipline.
The questions will be based on the reference texts.
Available time: 30 minutes."