ACADEMIC

• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.
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