I am the teacher of English, but I am not a native speaker. I see you have not had any replies up to now, so I decided to send you the message with my humble opinion.
May be it will be of some help to you.
1. "Teachers comment on, listen to and assess students' projects." – in my view this is quite correct, there is nothing unusual in this sentence, it might sound a bit unnatural to the ear of a native speaker, but might be quite eligible as well
2. I would rather restate two other sentences to avoid prolixity and make them shorter:
"The fundamental course is aimed at teaching students to write basic proposals and talks; model presentations given by guest speakers are part of the course"
3.The right collocation with ‘generate; is ‘generate ideas’, technique, program, excitement, interest, feeling’, ‘opportunities’ does not seem correct here
I would also rephrase it:
"The aim of the project is to generate students’ interest, give students the opportunity for professional training, to provide them with substantial practice"
Student or Learner