Fundamentals 379-401 - Roshni Sheth Fundamentals 379-401...

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Roshni Sheth Fundamentals 379-401 (Chapter 27) I. Consecutive Interpretation (CI) involves waiting for the speaker to finish the SL message before rendering the TL message. a. b. Process involves given message in SL, analysis of message, and reconstitution of message in TL. II. The interpreter must be able to listen effectively and alertly. a. Listening involves propositional identification, interpretation of illocutionary b. When people listen to a message that is not in their native tongue, it takes them longer to process the information & they are more likely to make mistakes. a. IV.Memory function is indispensible to CI. a. When the SL message is stored in memory, it is processed by activating the relevant schemata. V. Chunking or segmenting the message will make it easier to remember.
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