Analyzing famous speeches allows you to acquire skills to recognize the thesis, the ideas that support it, and to become familiar with the argumentative techniques and strategies that have made these texts valuable documents and a learning source. The student will be able to know the author's perspective, his/her intention, and to understand the resources that produce the most impact on the reader or listener. This work allows interaction with texts in their cognitive, social, political, historical and cultural context, therefore, this ILC is a very transversal subject within the field of written comprehension and expression.
This subject comes from the need for 3rd year students, starting in the 21-22 academic year, to come into contact with other disciplines different from their own, to learn content different from that offered in the technical curriculum of their degree, and to work with students of other degrees. That is, it allows students to discover knowledge that is not considered in their degree and to enjoy the enrichment of a group made up of students of different degrees.
This ILC, like the others, is a very practical subject and should be taught using the PBL methodology (project-based learning), cooperative learning and when possible: CBL (challenge-based learning).