CIT Conference Proceedings

1992 CIT Conference Proceedings – Free Preview

Proceedings of the Ninth National Convention Conference of Interpreter Trainers

STUDENT COMPETENCIES: DEFINING, TEACHING, AND EVALUATING

Elizabeth A.Winston, Editor Denver, Colorado | October 21-24, 1992

Table of Contents

  • STUDENT COMPETENCIES IN INTERPRETING: DEFINING, TEACHING AND EVALUATING – Roda P. Roberts, University of Ottawa
  • A VYGOTSKIAN PERSPECTIVE ON INTERPRETER ASSESSMENT – Sandra Gish , Coordinator, Interpreter Education, Western Oregon State College
  • INTERPRETER’S CASEBOOK – Cathy Cogen, Lexington, MA & Nancy Frishberg, San Francisco, CA
  • GETTING OUT OF LINE (AND INTO SPACE): A PERSPECTIVE ON STRATEGIES FOR STUDENT INTERPRETERS – Marina L. McIntire,  National Center on Deafness, CSUN and Northeastern University
  • ASSESSING AND ENHANCING VISUALIZATION SKILLS OF INTERPRETING STUDENTS – Linda Stauffer, M.Ed., CSC, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • DISCOURSE ANALYSIS AS A TOOL FOR TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION – June Zimner, Sign Language Interpreting, University of New Hampshire at Manchester
  • TEACHING INTERACTIVE INTERPRETING: A GLOBAL APPROACH – Elizabeth A. Winston, Gallaudet University