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Bendazzoli, Claudio; Pérez-Luzardo, Jessica – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
The present paper reports on the educational experience of two groups of trainee interpreters who took part in a public speaking workshop. The participants (n = 29) were asked to engage in exercises inspired by theatrical training and purposefully adjusted to interpreting education. The workshop was structured into four sessions, including both…
Descriptors: Translation, Theater Arts, Public Speaking, Workshops
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Ureel, Jim J. J.; Diels, Ella; Robert, Isabelle S.; Schrijver, Iris – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
As expert intercultural communicators, translators constantly face the challenges of comprehending and producing language that is stylistically appropriate in various communicative contexts. To scale these challenges, they must acquire advanced levels of sociolinguistic competence. Although sociolinguistic competence is considered an essential…
Descriptors: Translation, Sociolinguistics, Undergraduate Students, Indo European Languages
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Defrancq, Bart; Delputte, Sarah; Baudewijn, Tom – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
Interprofessional training is not uncommon in interpreting programmes but seems to be mainly practised in dialogue interpreting. This study reports on an interprofessional training session for conference interpreters and students of political science. A six-hour joint mock conference is annually organised at Ghent University by international…
Descriptors: Translation, Interprofessional Relationship, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Yuan, Rongjie – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
Material development is important for training beginner student interpreters, as it guides the direction of interpreting learning. One key principle is difficulty progression, which requires a good knowledge of the indicators of difficulty. Since text structure outweighs words and sentences in the information processing of consecutive…
Descriptors: Translation, Oral Language, Language Processing, Memory
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Marczak, Mariusz; Bondarenko, Oleksandr – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
Whatever the epistemological underpinnings and the resulting pedagogies that one adopts for translator education, it is critical that one sets the learning goals adequately. After all, irrespective of whether one follows the lines of the "read-and-translate" methodology, constructivism or emergentism, one needs to know whether the…
Descriptors: Translation, Teaching Methods, Cross Cultural Studies, Language Processing
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Fresno, Nazaret; Romero-Fresco, Pablo – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
After countless petitions and complaints from end users, live subtitling quality is slowly attracting the attention of broadcasters, regulators, the subtitling industry and scholars working in Media Accessibility. These stakeholders share an interest in providing better live subtitles, but their quality assessment is a thorny issue. Although…
Descriptors: Translation, Professional Education, Visual Aids, Case Studies
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Crezee, Ineke; Marianacci, Agustina – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2022
The project aimed to explore what interpreting students' written reflections reveal about the impact of Interprofessional Education (IPE) on their development as future practising professionals. Student health interpreters from the Auckland University of Technology and postgraduate Speech Science students from the University of Auckland, who were…
Descriptors: Speech Language Pathology, Speech Therapy, Allied Health Personnel, Interprofessional Relationship
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Zhong, Yong; Xie, Jiacheng; Zhang, Ting – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
This paper presents the outcome of an action research project designed to develop a new pedagogical approach named Curriculum 2.0, after DiNucci's Web 2.0. The project was motivated by recent developments in translation and interpreting (T/I) teaching methods and by a vision to promote a genuine student-centred pedagogy based on the crowd creation…
Descriptors: Action Research, Translation, Teaching Methods, Web 2.0 Technologies
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Dawson, Hayley; Romero-Fresco, Pablo – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
Respeaking is an effective way to make live and pre-recorded television, as well as live events, accessible to a wide audience. Respeakers use speech-recognition software to repeat or paraphrase what is heard through a microphone in a robotic voice while enunciating punctuation and adding colours or labels to identify the speakers. Until now, most…
Descriptors: Translation, Robotics, Punctuation, Audio Equipment
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Baños, Rocío – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
This paper sets out to bridge the gap between theory and practice by suggesting activities and resources that could be used in the audiovisual translation (AVT) classroom when training students to achieve credible and natural-sounding dialogue in dubbing. Following a competence- and task-based approach, these activities have been implemented by…
Descriptors: Translation, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship, Credibility
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Mazur, Iwona; Chmiel, Agnieszka – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
Audio description (AD) is a mode of audiovisual transfer which involves making audiovisual content and live performances accessible to people with sight loss. With the growing demand for this audiovisual translation (AVT) practice, a need has arisen to train professionals in the area. As a result, AD courses have sprung up, both in the form of…
Descriptors: Audio Equipment, Teaching Methods, Audiovisual Aids, Visual Impairments
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Talaván, Noa; Ávila-Cabrera, José Javier – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
This article presents the SONAR project ("Subtitulación sOcial para proporcioNar Accesibilidad audiovisual en la univeRsidad" [SOcial subtitliNg to provide Audiovisual accessibility at the univeRsity]). Conducted to assess the validity of the creation of social subtitling networks, its ultimate goal is to better understand the role that…
Descriptors: Translation, Visual Aids, Program Descriptions, Social Networks
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Mangiron, Carme – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
Video games have become one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the modern digital society. The global success of the game industry has fostered the development of the game localisation industry, as developers and publishers strive to sell their games in different languages and territories to maximise their return on investment. This, in…
Descriptors: Translation, Teaching Methods, Curriculum Design, Video Games
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Beseghi, Micòl – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
The impact of technology on audiovisual translation has been enormous, and it continues to change not only audiovisual production and distribution models but also the profile of the translator and the concept of audience. The development of new digital technologies has led to the emergence of internet communities of non-professional translators…
Descriptors: Translation, Visual Aids, Audiovisual Aids, Internet
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Vottonen, Erja; Kujamäki, Minna – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2021
This paper reports on an empirical experiment in which a group of MA student translators justified their translation solutions. The aim of the work was to determine to what extent students rely on their theoretical knowledge of translation in their justifications and use the metalanguage of the field. The data consists of transcribed…
Descriptors: Translation, Masters Programs, Graduate Students, Metalinguistics
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