The importance of didactic training in conference interpreting has become the subject of increased discussion. This collective volume provides overviews of theories and examples of training practices and tools for a didactic approach to the development of interpreting competence. This book is geared towards new institutions offering interpreter training, teachers just starting out in conference interpreter training and who lack experience, as well as experienced interpreter training practitioners who may be interested in theory-based training. This volume does not aim to present in-depth scientific theories. Individual theoretical perspectives are discussed where they provide the basis for a specific application in interpreter training. The contributions are meant to serve as suggestions to provide a new perspective on various topics.Although he, too, did not explicitly reference other authors, he did incorporate prior research on note-taking, such as theories on ... Most importantly, he structured the manual to literally present a week-by-week notetaking training course, and to this end included an ... like Michaela Albl-Mikasa (2007) have taken the study of note-taking to a much more theoretical level, applying relevance-theoretic, anbsp;...
|Title||:||To Know How to Suggest …|
|Author||:||Dörte Andres, Martina Behr|
|Publisher||:||Frank & Timme GmbH - 2014-12-19|