3 edition of Developing translation competence found in the catalog.
Developing translation competence
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Christina Schäffner, Beverly Adab.|
|Series||Benjamins translation library,, v. 38|
|Contributions||Schäffner, Christina., Adab, B. J. 1953-|
|LC Classifications||P306.5 .D48 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 244 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||00041464|
Post-print of the published book chapter: Orozco-Jutorán, M. () “Building a Measuring Instrument for the Acquisition of Translation Competence in Trainee Translators”, in Schaeffner, C.; B. Adabs (eds.) Developing Translation Competence, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, p. BUILDING A MEASURING INSTRUMENT FOR THE ACQUISITION OF. The Development of Translation Competence: Theories and Methodologies from Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Science presents cutting-edge research in translation studies from perspectives in psycholinguistics and cognitive science in order to provide a better understanding of translation and the development of linguistic competence that translators need to be effective professionals.
translation competence or the acquisition of translation competence exists in. the field of Translation Studies. Some proposals have been made with respect to translation competence in written translation6. Most, however, are limited in scope as they deal only with specific aspects of translation competence. AllFile Size: KB. Christina Schäffner’s most popular book is Developing Translation Competence. Christina Schäffner has 12 books on Goodreads with 61 ratings. Christina Schäffner’s most popular book is Developing Translation Competence.
In C. SchÃ¤ffner, and , Developing translation competence 53 Mohammad Reza Esfandiari et al. / Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences () 44 â€“ 53 (pp. ). Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins. PACTE (). Acquiring translation competence: Hypotheses and methodological problems in a research by: 1. The Handbook of Translation and Cognition is a pioneering, state-of-the-art investigation of cognitive approaches to translation and interpreting studies (TIS).. Offers timely and cutting-edge coverage of the most important theoretical frameworks and methodological innovations.
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This volume presents a comprehensive study of what const 4/5(5). This volume presents a comprehensive study of what constitutes Translation Competence, from the various sub-competences to the overall skill.
Contributors combine experience as translation scholars with their experience as teachers of translation. The volume is organized into three sections: Defining, Building, and Assessing Translation : The volume is organized into three sections: Defining, Building, and Assessing Translation chapters offer insights into the nature of translation competence and its place in the translation training programme in an academic environment and show how theoretical considerations have contributed to defining, building and assessing translation competence.
Developing Translation Competence Edited by Christina Schäffner and Beverly Adab This volume presents a comprehensive study of what constitutes Translation Competence, from the various sub-competences to the overall skill.
Contributors combine experience as translation scholars with their experience as teachers of translation. Books; Developing Translation Competence; Chapter; Developing Translation Competence: Introduction. Author(s): Christina Schäffner and Beverly Adab; Source: Developing Translation Competence, pp vii- Publication Date October Previous Chapter T able o f C ontents;Cited by: 6.
Christina Schäjfner and Beverly Adab Developing Translation Competence: Introduction vii Part I: Defining Translation Competence Albrecht Neubert Competence in Language, in Languages, and in Translation 3.
This book explores the issue of developing computer competence in students of translation. The volume reviews the most prominent translation competence and translator training. Translation Competence: A definite and agreed-upon definition of translation competence has not still been developed within Translation Studies.
From the product-oriented perspective adopted in this paper, translation competence can be defined as the competence necessary to produce a good-quality target text in compliance with all the relevant norms followed by professional by: 2.
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Evaluating the development of translation competence / Allison Beeby --Building a measuring instrument for the acquisition of translation competence in trainee translators / Mariana Orozco --Evaluating translation competence / Beverly Adab --The evaluation of translation into a foreign language / Gerard McAlester.
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The Interpreter and Translator Trainer: Vol. Author: Joanna Gough. A definite and agreed-upon definition of translation competence has not still been developed within Translation Studies.
From the product-oriented perspective adopted in this paper, translation competence can be defined as the competence necessary to produce a good-quality target text in compliance with all the relevant norms followed by professional translators.
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Sim; pt. Assessing translation competence. Evaluating the development of translation competence /. Book Editor(s): John W. Schwieter This chapter outlines the movement from translation process models to the modeling and investigation of translation competence and its development. A developmental or acquisitional teleology is implicitly present in the many more studies that set out to investigate the differences between nonexpert Cited by: 4.
Translation Competence: Aging Towards Modern Views. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences pp. 44 ff. Esfandiari, Mohammad Reza, Nasrin Shokrpour, Forough Rahimi & Krisda Chaemsaithong.Translation competence development requires taking all the characteristic features of the competence into account.
Complex and difficult though it may seem, the aim of translation trainers is to.Published in Comparative Legilinguistics - International Journal for Legal Communication.vol. 5, p. Abstract Building on previous holistic multicomponent paradigms of translation macrocompetence, a legal translation competence model is presented which avoids certain conceptual duplications in the light of professional practice, and incorporates distinctive legal thematic by: