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Thank you very much!
As to the linguistic objectives, I included a few more things but I don't know if the logical sequence is correct (I think some points could be omitted).
As you are also an English teacher, I really hope you can help me organize the linguistic objectives to be achieved by EFL students (with an intermediate level of English) involved in a two-year science project on biodiversity.


1)Expand their knowledge and use (or understanding) of the basic linguistic structures of English to operate in a scientific/work environment.
2) demonstrate competence in the lexical and skills syllabus of the terms used to describe aquatic biodiversity.
3)demonstrate growth and improvement in English reading skills when analyzing (?) and interpreting data derived from different types of sources, such as webpages, books, scholarly journals, and large databases.
4) explain, interpret, exchange, and compare the results of their experiments in both written and oral English.
5) Monitor (indentify and correct) grammar errors while speaking.
make oral presentations of their findings in a fluent English and using correct pronunciation ad intonation patterns , supported by clear, well-written visuals. ( I need to express both concepts)

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

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

    3) demonstrate growth and improvement in English reading skills when interpreting and analyzing data derived from different types of sources, such as webpages, books, scholarly journals, and large databases.

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

    5) monitor (and correct, if needed) grammatical errors while speaking.

    6) make oral presentations of findings in fluent English, using correct pronunciation and inflection, supported by clear, well-written visuals.

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