The course is developed through theoretical and practical classes. In the first case, the classes are given in the form of master classes, while practical classes will be based on the reading and commentary of selected texts significant for the time and circumstances under study. In addition, students shall be asked questions and problems about the texts and other sources for the resolution of which will have to implement the competencies to be developed: synthesis capacity, critical analysis, ability to understand the complexity of historical phenomena and know recognize the local and global nature of the processes studied. Therefore, in the case of practical classes, it seeks active learning method, in which the student is involved in their own learning and participate in it. Students receive information, but should also look for it, and so we will provide resources and sources where I can find it, study independently and use it in solving the problems.
The lectures organized materials to adapt to the knowledge that is intended to get students as well as their expectations, transmit structured information and provide pupils with skills which will be difficult to obtain from other sources. For its part, the practical classes alternate short work activities in the classroom (reading and short exercises and discussions) with tasks larger, they require a work also outside of class attendance to tutorials, use of resources library and search for references. In support, in practical classes visual resources and other forms of exposure, both by teachers and pupils they will be used.