105年第1學期-5088 口譯研究導讀與實戰 課程資訊
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This course will guide students through the major fields of interpreting studies as well as provide them with the opportunities to discuss and debate issues facing interpreters in various contexts. Basic skills in interpreter training will also be included in the course to equip students with useful interpreting skills to deal with related interpreting challenges at work in the future. The combination of both theoretical understanding as well as basic interpreting skills would serve as the foundation should one wishes to further their pursuit of professional interpreting as one of possible career paths for students.
By the end of the course, students should have achieved the following objectives:
1. Students will understand the major discussions and directions of research in interpreting studies
2. Students will acquire basic interpreting skills for bilateral interactions
3. Students will be able to discuss and critique interpreting contexts and performances with clear justifications and good understandings of factors involved.
Office Hour11.00 - 12.00 on Tuesday @ Office 012 on FLLD Office floor. Appointments are to be booked via email in advance.
Pöchhacker, F. (Ed.). (2015). Routledge encyclopedia of interpreting studies . New York: Routledge.