Revolving around the topic of innovative translator and interpreter education, this volume covers a wide range of pedagogical issues, from curriculum design to translator competence and from classroom practice to research techniques. The authors represent a number of countries. Their proposals come mainly from an interpretivist rather than an empiricist epistemological perspective, and aresure to resonate with educators around theworld. While none of the authors claims to have found the holy grail of how to train translators and interpreters, their contributions all serve asfine examples of just how multi-facetted and refreshing language mediation pedagogy and research on pedagogy can be.
|AUTOR||Don Kiraly, Silvia Hansen-Schirra, Karin Maksymski|
|DATEINAME||New Prospects and Perspectives for Educating Language Mediators.pdf|
This paper reports on the conceptual design and development of an avatar-based 3D virtual environment in which trainee interpreters and their potential clients (e.g. students and professionals from the fields of law, business, tourism, medicine) can explore and simulate professional interpreting practice. Research methodologies in translation studies, …