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Toggle navigation USC. To know the physical aspects of the environment, in particular for the Galician geographic space. To use GIS as a tool for interpretation of the territory. To interrelate the environment to social and human realities. Contents The geographical knowledge of the environment: relief, climate, soils, vegetation and hydrography.
The geographical knowledge of the Galician environment. Examples of organization, design and development of educational activities in nature and outdoor. Tectonic relief. Rocks and landscape modeling. Morphogenetic systems. Air masses and fronts action centers. The physical environment in Galicia. Geology, geomorphology, climate, soils. Biogeographic synopsis of Galicia. Proposals on the landscape and sustainable development is protected spaces. Field trips will be made.
Madrid: Universidad Complutense. Graves, N. Madrid: Visor. Sandoya, M. Madrid: CCS. Tarbuck, E. Ciencias de la tierra. Madrid: Prentice-Hall. Van Cleave, J. In particular, they know design original educational activity on the natural environment previously chosen. Teaching methodology The lectures will consist of lectures given by teachers, devoted to the presentation of theoretical, conceptual and methodological framework of matter.
The interactive classes will seek greater involvement of students by developing a teaching methodology centered on the student and based on landscape analysis, comment graphics and cartographic documents and other activities to facilitate the geographical knowledge of the natural environment. All student work study, work, computer use, projects, readings, exhibitions, exercises, practices These students will attend to discuss specific issues in relation to their tasks or to try to resolve any other difficulty of the student or group of students related to the subject.
The student will be motivated to develop original and creative work directly related to the objectives of the master. Assessment system In general, the evaluation will focus on checking the effective development of skills. To the extent possible, the evaluation will be integrated into the process of teaching and learning. Non-attendance will be penalized when there are no grounds to justify it. Study time and individual work Classroom: 27 hours Personal work: 48 hours Total: 75 hours Recommendations for the study of the subject The student is involved in the development of joint work with the other module materials, developing a collaborative work, and showing attitudes of interest and identification with the space under study.
Comments In accordance with the Goberning Council Agreement of April, 22nd of , which regulates the special assessment system for the academic year, as a result of the suspension of face-to-face teaching by COVID, the second opportunity for assessment must be given as follows: Given that the teaching activity of the first four-month period, and its evaluation at the first opportunity, has been carried out normally, it is necessary to respect the established rules in its programs and teaching guides for the weighting of the final test of the second opportunity.
However, the final examinations must be replaced by final telematic tests; these tests may be either synchronous other asynchronous.
Toggle navigation USC. Provide the students with the necessary tools for educational implementation in secondary school, taking into account current topics and emphasizing sustainable development of society Contents PHYSICS Classic Physics: forces and movements Newton laws, Galileo models Physics of the XX century: mater and energy the atom, quantum mechanic, electromagnetism, relativity Current Topics in Physics: form the origin of the universe to nanotechnology cosmology, energy sources, new materials, etc GEOLOGY Basic principles of Geology. Time and space in Geology. Earth structure and composition. Earth dynamics: From Continental drift to plate tectonics. Plate tectonic involvements.
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