CIT Conference Proceedings

2004 CIT Conference Proceedings – Free Preview

The Proceedings of the 15th Convention of
The Conference of Interpreter Trainers

CIT: STILL SHINING AFTER 25 YEARS

Elisa M. Maroney, Editor | September 29-October 3, 2004 | Washington, D.C.

Table of Contents

3 The Implementation and Administration of American Sign Language Programs
for Foreign Language Credit in Public Secondary Schools

Deborah Annony Pfeiffer
23 A National Perspective on Entry-to-Practice Competencies for ASL-English
Interpreters

Anna Witter-Merithew, Leilani Johnson, and Marty M. Taylor
43 Exploring Signed Language Discourse with Interpreting Students: Promoting an
Effective Pedagogical Approach

Jemina Napier
55 Observation-Supervision in Mental Health Interpreter Training
Robyn K. Dean, Robert Q Pollard, Jr., and Mark Alan English
77 Peer Mentoring: What is THAT?
Laurie Shaffer and Wendy W. Watson
93 Using Discourse Completion Tests in Cross-Linguistic Studies
Jack Hoza
105 Making Your Presentation Shine: Incorporating Digital Video in Your Teaching
Doug Bowen-Bailey and Patty Gordon
125 The Natives are Restless: Using Compression Strategies to Deliver Linguistically
Appropriate ASL to English Interpretation

Lynn Finton and Richard T. Smith
145 The Demand-Control Schema: Effective Curricular Implementation
Robyn K. Dean, Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Jeffrey Davis, Marie Griffin, Carol
LaCava, Brian Morrison, Jean Parmir, Amanda Smith, Stacey Storme, and Leah
Suback
163 Dimensions of Ethical Decision-Making: A Guide for Interpreter Educators
Anna Witter-Merithew and Kellie L. Stewart