Encounters with Reality: 1,001 Interpreter Scenarios

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RID Press, 1999 - American Sign Language - 206 pages
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Encounters with Reality, 2nd Edition, contains 1,001 real-life scenarios that are sad, funny, perplexing and sometimes downright scary. It builds on the first edition by including responses and perspectives from experienced interpreters, deaf consumers, interpreter training program students, certified deaf interpreters, and successful National Interpreter Certification (NIC) candidates. Additionally, this edition provides a chapter dedicated to challenges in interpreting addressed by Demand-Control Schema Analysis. This groundbreaking text serves as an essential resource for sign language interpreters by providing the foundation for discussion in the classroom or among colleagues.--Publisher description.

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