Interpreting French: Advanced Language Skills, Volume 1

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Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 161 pages
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This language course uses liaison interpreting to teach spoken French to advanced students. Designed to provide an alternative to conversation classes, it is a highly effective aid to language acquisition and consolidation. Interpreting French will improve students' confidence in speaking and discussing a wide variety of contemporary topics.

Students learn a range of transferable skills including:
* oral proficiency in French and English
* presentation skills
* linguistic flexibility
* cross-cultural awareness.

Interpreting French is ideal for those who have not taught interpreting before. The pack includes:
* A Tutor's Book: how to make lessons a success, with notes on class design, preparation, feedback and assessment
* Student Handouts: a wealth of photocopiable resources for use in and outside the classroom
* Audio Cassettes: six hours of dialogues for practice and revision.
 

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The authors lecture in the School of Languages at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, where Margaret Lang is Professor of French. Isabelle Perez is Lecturer in French and a professional interpreter.

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