ANNOUNCING A NEW SUMMER WORKSHOP!
JUNE & JULY, 2014
Whether you are a seasoned interpreter or a recent graduate working towards certification, this course offers professionals an opportunity for advanced skill development. This is a theoretical and practical-based course that examines and develops various techniques of interpreting through discourse analysis. This course incorporates the exploration of interpreting in different contexts, as well as various linguistic and practical coping strategies, through discussion and simultaneous and consecutive interpreting exercises. Sessions provide an opportunity to discuss the theoretical aspects of interpreting, referring to interpreting literature, with application of theory to practice. Participants are encouraged to reflect on their own interpreting experiences in order to analyze the relationship between theory and practice, and to recognize factors that influence the effective use of different interpreting techniques (free or literal) in different contexts.
|Schedule & Location|
Enderis Hall, Rm. 638
2400 E. Hartford Ave., UW-Milwaukee Campus
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Graduate credits. Enrollment is limited. Don't delay, Register Today!
|It's Easy to Register: Choose & Click!|
with any other requests for special accommodation, email email@example.com. For a full refund, cancellation must be made in writing one week prior to the start of the event.
To Register for Credit: EXCEDUC-579 Lecture 001 Class #27975 Credits: 3 U/G
2) Download and Print out Off-Campus Course Registration. Check Undergraduate or
Graduate level, and Sign . Note spaces for semester, year, course, credit and
instructor are pre-filled with the correct information for your convenience.
3) Fax the your signed Off-Campus Course Registration to 414-229-3633 - ATTN: Robin
4) To confirm transmission of your fax, please call Robin Pagan at 414-229-5255.
For tuition rate, see Tuition Fee Schedule for Summer 2014.
|About the Instructor|
teaching and interpreting every day.
|Resources & Contact Us|
Interpreter, please contact Pamela Sue Conine at firstname.lastname@example.org
For general questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 414-229-4728
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