A Study on Student-Centered Teaching of Note-Taking in Interpreting

London Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Wang Feng , Shuai Hongmei
Classification: FOR Code- 139999
Keywords: student-centered; note-taking; interpreting.
Language: English

Note-taking is of paramount importance in the teaching of interpreting. However, many problems exist in students’ note-taking. To solve such problems, this research suggested solutions concerned with the language selection, content and quantity, use of symbols and abbreviations, coordination between note-taking and memory, etc. Student-centered note-taking teaching principles requires students 1) to understand first; 2) to memorize by brain and to support with notes; 3) to identify students’ problems; 4) to practice in groups; 5) to conduct comprehensive evaluation. It also emphasized the teacher’s and students’ qualifications for successful student-centered teaching of note-taking, in order to improve students’ interpreting skills and enhance the efficiency of interpreting teaching. 


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