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ERIC Number: ED111042
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 205
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Feedback in the Oral Interpretation Classroom: The Development and Application of a Communications Model to the Structure of the Verbal Feedback of the Critique Session.
Gaede, Carol Jean
This study presents a theory of oral interpretation as a communicative art. Oral interpretation is defined as a process of preparation, performance, and feedback. A descriptive model of feedback as an intrapersonal and then interpersonal communication process is developed. This process is described as containing the three subprocesses of description, interpretation, and evaluation. The study utilizes the three-stage model to structure the verbal feedback of the oral interpretation critique session. In order to utilize the model to provide a structure for the critique session, a series of examples of typical feedback given in an oral interpretation critique session was developed. These examples were then analyzed as to their deficits and restructured around the three-stage model. The suggestions for further research in this study indicate that the model may prove useful not only in oral interpretation classroom critique sessions but for critique sessions in classes involving public speaking and the performing arts as well. (RB)
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Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses
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