He Noucentisme and the vanguards, the PP governments in Spain and the Courts of Cádiz are some of the subjects that have been included in the exam History of Spain and Spanish Language and Literature of the University Access Assessment (Evau, better known as selectivity) in the Madrid’s community, which the Science students have faced this Monday.
In Spanish language, The students have been able to choose between a text of ‘The Invisible Society’ by Daniel Innerarity, about political decisions, and a journalistic text in ‘La Vanguardia’ by Eulàlia Solé, that addresses the issue of pets.
In addition to parsing a sentence, making a argumentative text or indicate the part of speech of a word, the students have had to comment on the most relevant aspects of a Spanish work that they had read after 1974 to the present.
In the option B, could do the same with the most relevant aspects of a work between 1900 and 1939, as well as its historical and literary context.
in the examination of History, students have had to to develop in a shorter way questions such as Al Ándalus, the Christian kingdoms in the Middle Ages, the Austrias of the seventeenth century, society and economy in the Paleolithic or the meaning of 1492.
Later they had to develop A Source, to choose between one image of the former president of the Government José María Aznar and the celebration at the headquarters of the PP of the electoral results of 1996 and the results of the elections to the Congress in Spain between 1876 and 1898, as well as to put in context the turn of parties during the Restoration.
Finally, they have had to choose between a proposed topic and a text comment. The topic has been developed has been the Courts of Cádiz and the Constitution of 1812, while the text has consisted of a fragment of the decree of unification of the Falange of the dictator Francisco Franco.