Exams will take place through a written test on the topics addressed in the recommended bibliography and detailed in the course lessons.
The test will be structured in 5 closed-ended questions and 2 open-ended questions. The closed-ended questions will each get 2 points if the answer is correct and 0 points if the answer is incorrect or missing. The open-ended questions will each get the maximum value of 10 points.
Excellence: possession of a good knowledge and understanding of the course contents, knowing how to link theories / concepts to specific examples and phenomena, possession of good critical and in-depth skills, use of a lexicon which is appropriate as regards the specificity of the discipline.
Discrete: possession of a mnemonic knowledge of the contents, a relative ability to link theories / concepts to specific examples and phenomena, a fair capacity for critical analysis and in-depth analysis, the use of an appropriate lexicon.
Sufficient: the achievement of a minimal amount of knowledge of the contents, even in the presence of some training gaps, the use of an appropriate lexicon.
Insufficient: difficulty of orientation with respect to the contents addressed in the exam texts, training gaps, the use of inappropriate vocabulary.
Exams will take place face to face and / or remotely, in accordance with the provisions on containment of the Covid-19 pandemic.