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Sunday, March 17, 2013

NOTICE: Evaluation Criteria

Dear students,
in order to answer a question that many among you asked during the first weeks of the course, I would like to inform you that you can find a complete description of the course (including evaluation criteria) on the RomaTre University wesite, both in Italian and in English (please click here).
In order to sum up, you will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
1) participation both in class and on the blog. In class we will be able to evaluate your speaking and interaction skills while on the blog you will have the opportunity to share more pondered comments or little researches and thoughts.
2) Outcome of the Midterm Exam. As you already know, you will be divided into groups in order to develop a power point presentation. At the end of March we will create the groups while the midterm will take place on May 2, 3 and 8. You will probably divided into groups of 5 people. Each group will have 30 minutes to present the research. It will be a way to evaluate how you manage a group project. Anyway, we will talk about the Midterm in class. You can freely choose a topic related to Law and the Humanities: that means that you don't have to choose a topic discussed before (e.g. you can talk about Law and Cinema even if we haven't discussed the topic together).
3) Outcome of the final exam (May 20th, except for Arcadia Students), which will take place as follows: you will be asked to write two texts (1 page each) on two topics chosen  among the topics discussed during the course.
In order to get your note you will have to register for the exams as usual (June/July and September 2013). During the day of the exam, we will have a brief chat (in English!) on the course.
I remind you that, for the final evaluation, participation will be considered particularly importantas well as the final written exam.


  1. Can we begin to decide members of the group according on a common theme?

  2. No...Prof. Conte and I will create the groups at the end of March!

  3. Yeah, it's really an advantage for the students to have course description for them to understand what kind of subject they are taking of. Thank you for your informative blog!

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