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Title: Sequencing Instructional Materials in Interpreter Education
Authors: J.Patrie, Carol
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: EUT-Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Carol J.Patrie, "Sequencing Instructional Materials in Interpreter Education",in: L'Interpretazione nelle lingue dei segni: aspetti teorici e pratici della formazione, EUT-Trieste 2000, pp. 45-56
Effective interpreter education relies on a carefully integrated sequence of
instructional units in order to assist students in gaining contro! of their
interpretations. Thus, it is important to sequence instructional materials and
experiences in a way that is supportive of cognitive development in an adult.
Materials used for interpreter training can be developed to meet specific
instructional needs. When materials are developed to meet a specific need,
evaluation of student progress becomes less problematic and more useful.
Moreover, materials can be used in multiple ways, provided that the instructor
has clear ideas regarding the leve! of difficulty of the materia! and the current
ability leve! of the students. A discussion of ways to review texts for
interpretation practice is included. Videos are useful in creating materials,
which can be used for interpreter education programs.
Type: Article
ISBN: 8883030389
Appears in Collections:L'interpretazione nelle lingue dei segni: Aspetti teorici e pratici della formazione

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