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Teaching dialogue interpreting : research-based proposals for higher education, edited by Letizia Cirillo and Natacha Niemants

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Teaching dialogue interpreting : research-based proposals for higher education
Title
Teaching dialogue interpreting
Title remainder
research-based proposals for higher education
Statement of responsibility
edited by Letizia Cirillo and Natacha Niemants
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
418/.020711
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Cirillo, Letizia,
  • Niemants, Natacha,
Series statement
Benjamins translation library BTL,
Series volume
volume 138
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  • Translating and interpreting
  • Dialogue
  • Social interaction
Label
Teaching dialogue interpreting : research-based proposals for higher education, edited by Letizia Cirillo and Natacha Niemants
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • ""Teaching Dialogue Interpreting""; ""Editorial page""; ""Title page""; ""LCC data""; ""Table of contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Foreword""; ""List of acronyms""; ""Introduction. Dialogue interpreting: Research, education and professional practice""; ""1. Rationale""; ""2. Dialogue interpreting: from theory to practice""; ""3. Research-based proposals for dialogue interpreter education""; ""4. Organization of the volume""; ""2.1 Part 1: Theoretical and methodological issues""; ""2.2 Part 2: Specialized interpreting modules for specialized professional settings""
  • ""2.3 Part 3: Latest trends in dialogue interpreter education""""5. Conclusion""; ""Part I. Setting the stage: Theoretical and methodological issues""; ""Chapter 1. Anchoring dialogue interpreting in principles of teaching and learning""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. A need for empirically-based DI teaching: conceptualization and teaching staff""; ""3. Differentiating between education, professional development and training of interpreters: does terminology matter?""; ""4. Research foundations of dialogue-interpreting""
  • ""5. Applying principles from education and pedagogy to dialogue interpreting""""5.1 Dialogic pedagogy""; ""5.2 Problem-based learning""; ""6. A word on teacher education, curriculum and materials design""; ""7. Dialogue interpreting education: some key areas""; ""7.1 Learning about discourse communities, expertise and power differentials""; ""7.2 Learning about professionalism, ethical and moral dilemmas""; ""7.3 Learning about the role of dialogue interpreters""; ""7.4 Learning about interpreting skills""; ""7.5 Learning from testing events and results""; ""8. Conclusion""
  • ""Chapter 2. Itâ#x80;#x99;s not about the interpreter: Objectives in dialogue interpreting teaching""""1. Introduction""; ""2. Understanding the other in interpreted encounters""; ""2.1 Constructing the dialogue interpreting curriculum""; ""3. Who are the trainees?""; ""4. Balancing performance demands and translation needs""; ""5. Placing the interlocutors at the centre of considerations""; ""6. Conclusion""; ""Chapter 3. Sign language interpreting education: Reflections on interpersonal skills""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Sign language interpreter education in the Netherlands""
  • ""3. Competency-based education""""4. Interpersonal competencies in dialogue interpreting""; ""5. Interpersonal competencies in the UUAS interpreting courses""; ""5.1 Detailed examples of educational materials""; ""6. Concluding remarks""; ""Appendix 1. The Dutch education system""; ""Appendix 2. Curriculum of the Interpreter NGT bachelor programme at ISLD, UUAS""; ""Appendix 3. Evaluation criteria INS7, UUAS: Role-place and Interpreting skills""; ""Chapter 4. Interpreting and mediation: Raising awareness by training""; ""1. Introduction""; ""1.1 The general background""
Control code
on1001968874
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027265029
Lccn
2017040668
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1001968874
Label
Teaching dialogue interpreting : research-based proposals for higher education, edited by Letizia Cirillo and Natacha Niemants
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • ""Teaching Dialogue Interpreting""; ""Editorial page""; ""Title page""; ""LCC data""; ""Table of contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Foreword""; ""List of acronyms""; ""Introduction. Dialogue interpreting: Research, education and professional practice""; ""1. Rationale""; ""2. Dialogue interpreting: from theory to practice""; ""3. Research-based proposals for dialogue interpreter education""; ""4. Organization of the volume""; ""2.1 Part 1: Theoretical and methodological issues""; ""2.2 Part 2: Specialized interpreting modules for specialized professional settings""
  • ""2.3 Part 3: Latest trends in dialogue interpreter education""""5. Conclusion""; ""Part I. Setting the stage: Theoretical and methodological issues""; ""Chapter 1. Anchoring dialogue interpreting in principles of teaching and learning""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. A need for empirically-based DI teaching: conceptualization and teaching staff""; ""3. Differentiating between education, professional development and training of interpreters: does terminology matter?""; ""4. Research foundations of dialogue-interpreting""
  • ""5. Applying principles from education and pedagogy to dialogue interpreting""""5.1 Dialogic pedagogy""; ""5.2 Problem-based learning""; ""6. A word on teacher education, curriculum and materials design""; ""7. Dialogue interpreting education: some key areas""; ""7.1 Learning about discourse communities, expertise and power differentials""; ""7.2 Learning about professionalism, ethical and moral dilemmas""; ""7.3 Learning about the role of dialogue interpreters""; ""7.4 Learning about interpreting skills""; ""7.5 Learning from testing events and results""; ""8. Conclusion""
  • ""Chapter 2. Itâ#x80;#x99;s not about the interpreter: Objectives in dialogue interpreting teaching""""1. Introduction""; ""2. Understanding the other in interpreted encounters""; ""2.1 Constructing the dialogue interpreting curriculum""; ""3. Who are the trainees?""; ""4. Balancing performance demands and translation needs""; ""5. Placing the interlocutors at the centre of considerations""; ""6. Conclusion""; ""Chapter 3. Sign language interpreting education: Reflections on interpersonal skills""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Sign language interpreter education in the Netherlands""
  • ""3. Competency-based education""""4. Interpersonal competencies in dialogue interpreting""; ""5. Interpersonal competencies in the UUAS interpreting courses""; ""5.1 Detailed examples of educational materials""; ""6. Concluding remarks""; ""Appendix 1. The Dutch education system""; ""Appendix 2. Curriculum of the Interpreter NGT bachelor programme at ISLD, UUAS""; ""Appendix 3. Evaluation criteria INS7, UUAS: Role-place and Interpreting skills""; ""Chapter 4. Interpreting and mediation: Raising awareness by training""; ""1. Introduction""; ""1.1 The general background""
Control code
on1001968874
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027265029
Lccn
2017040668
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1001968874

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