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1986 CIT Proceedings

NEW DIMENSIONS IN INTERPRETER EDUCATION: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

Marina L. McIntire, Editor
Chevy Chase, Maryland
November 6-10, 1986

Table of Contents

  • Invited Papers
    • A sociolinguistic view of interpreter education – Roger Shuy
    • The morning after the night before:  Thoughts on curriculum content and sequencing – Dennis Cokely
    • Auditory memory and lag time – Jenna Cassell
    • Auditory memory and lag time: Materials review – Eve Adelman West
    • Visual memory and lag time – Rebecca Robinson
    • Visual memory and lag time:  Materials review – Jeanne Wells
    • Comparative deaf and hearing cultures – Marie J. Philip (W.P. Isham, translator)
    • Comparative cultures:  Materials review – Anna Maria Rinaldi (S. Fortuna, translator)
    • Cloze and comprehension skills – Laurie Swabey
    • Text analysis – Anna Witter-Merithew
    • Close and text analysis:  Materials review – Susan Arneson
  • Free Papers
    • Clinical supervision as a method of providing behavioral feedback to sign language interpreters and students of interpreting – Alan Atwood
    • The practicum experience:  Curriculum, teaching strategies & evaluation – Linda Siple
    • Team interpreting as an approach to the supervision of practicum students – Jeff Davis
    • Pulling it all together:  Activity ideas for comparative language study – ASL and English – Jack Hoza
    • New ideas on teaching fingerspelling – R.A. Hernandez
    • “I understood all the words – but I missed the point”: A goal-to-detail/detail-to-goal strategy for text analysis – Sandra Gish
    • Evaluating performance:  An interpreted lecture – Cynthia B. Roy