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I revised the sentences again. Now I really need your final check

At the end of their two-year project students will be able to

1) master the basic linguistic structures to operate in a work/scientific environment (I don't know how to express it)
2) be familiar with the lexical and skills syllabus of the terms used to describe aquatic biodiversity
3) explain, interpret, exchange and finally compare the results of their experiments in English both in its written and oral forms.
4) write reports about the results of their findings
5) reinforce (upgrade) their reading skills which they will need to analyze and interpret data derived from different types of sources such as WebPages, books, scholarly journals and large databases.

  • English -

    You'll need to be able to measure these objectives. How do you measure "master" or "be familiar" or "reinforce"? The verbs in objectives need to state what students will DO in order to show whether they met each objective. What you wrote for #4 and #5 are perfect -- good, strong, specific verbs!

    ... students will be able to ...

    1) demonstrate knowledge and regular use of the basic linguistic structures of English to operate in a scientific/work environment.

    2) demonstrate minimum competence with the lexical and skills syllabus of the terms used to describe aquatic biodiversity.

    3) explain, interpret, exchange, and compare the results of their experiments in English both in its written and oral forms.

    4) write reports about the results of their findings.

    5) demonstrate growth and improvement in their reading skills as they analyze and interpret data derived from different types of sources such as webpages, books, scholarly journals, and large databases.

    ("demonstrate" can mean taking a test, giving a formal presentation to a panel of judges, etc.)

  • English - correction -

    Sorry!! Too early in the morning for me!

    Corrected:
    What you wrote for #3 and #4 are perfect -- good, strong, specific verbs!

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