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BA in English

Interpreting Skills and Practice

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 Interpreting Skills and Practice  

Course Description

 

Course Title: Interpreting Skills and Practice

Course Prerequisites: Comprehensive English 1, Comprehensive English 2

Follow-up Courses: Consecutive Interpreting, Sight Interpreting, Simultaneous Interpreting

Credit: 4

Total Semester Credit Hours: 64

Lecture Hours: 64

Experiment/ Computer Hours: 0

Practice Hours: 0

School: School of Foreign Studies            

Major: English

Course Description:

Interpreting Skills and Practice is a core course for second year English major students. As an indispensable part of the English language proficiency education program, this course aims at developing the English-Chinese consecutive interpreting skills of students. The course starts with the introduction of basic theories and principles of interpreting and focuses on the fundamental skills of consecutive interpreting ranging from memory training, analytical listening to note-taking and public speaking skills. By integrating language proficiency training and knowledge of various topics with the teaching of interpreting skills, students will be trained to be able to interpret basic contents with accuracy and fluency.  

 

Textbooks and Course Materials:

1. 邓轶,刘莹. 口译基础(第二版) [M]. 上海: 上海外语教育出版社,2016. (Deng Yi, Liu Ying. Basics of Interpreting Skills(2nd Edition). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press. 2016.)

2. 杨柳燕,苏伟. 口译教程(第二版) [M]. 上海: 上海外语教育出版社,2014. (Yang Liuyan, Su Wei. Challenging Interpreting: A Coursebook of Interpreting Skills(2nd Edition). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press. 2016.)

      

Written by: Zhu Yuan               

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