FINAL EVALUATION. It will be done through an oral test Defense Project Final Degree in court elected to assess the effect of student work, the results obtained and the disclosure thereof according to a rubric or evaluation matrix. Previously, students will develop a work memory that will be delivered to members of the court in due time. The percentage of valuation will be 100%.
The assessment mission is to know the degree of compliance with the learning objectives, so all the student's work will be assessed by developing memory (TFG) public exhibition and defense before a court.
The Commission of Inquiry CUGC, proposed by the Coordinator CUGC in this field, set the date, time and place of the defense of the TFG presented to a call, and that the courts assessed.
The court sessions will be public; they will be held during school hours of morning or afternoon and may attend all members of the university community and persons invited by the Court or students summoned.
The Court awarded each student / to a maximum of 25 minutes to make an oral presentation of their work. Then members of the Tribunal may ask the student questions they deem appropriate related to the work presented and it must answer.
After the public defense, the Court shall complete the Single Act for each TFG. The rating of the Court shall be 0 to 10 points (in which continuous assessment and result is included). In the event that the note is less than five, the Court point out the defects appreciated, indicating the modifications that will be necessary to carry out the TFG in a second call for the defense thereof.
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