Welcome to Winter Quarter!
n.: One who enables two persons of different languages to understand
each other by repeating to each what it would have been to the
interpreter's advantage for the other to have said.
Bierce quote (American
250 Applied Interpreting Experience II
course is designed to review specific areas of ASL skill development;
expose students to various interpreting models and experiences to
prepare them for the tasks required for functioning as professional
interpreters. It also provides practical application of interpreting
skills learned in the classroom. Students are expected to observe
working interpreters in field settings as well as work with student
partners in volunteer or mock interpreting situations. Observations and
feedback from volunteer interpreting are kept in journal logs. They
will also be supervised and observed during the quarter by the faculty
volunteer interpreting experience is all about being aware of your
choices throughout your interpreting process, and being able to analyze
those choices with your peers and instructors. You will find that each
opportunity is unique and will stretch you and that there are no black
and white answers. You will be given an opportunity to apply what you
have learned in the classroom and to use your own judgment. You will
need to trust your instructors instincts when they give you feedback,
as those instincts are based upon years of experience.
single factor in prosperity consciousness is self-esteem: believing you
can do it, believing you deserve it, believing you will get it."