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Transliterating: Show Me the English

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This book was written to fill the need for a text that covers the task of transliterating. Statistics from RID actually demonstrate the need for more transliteration training.

Transliterating: Show Me the English

4 reviews
This book was written to fill the need for a text that covers the task of transliterating. Statistics from RID actually demonstrate the need for more transliteration training.

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A Comprehensive Overview of the Task of Transliterating

This book was written to fill the need for a text that covers the task of transliterating. A common belief among many educators and sign language interpreters is that once an individual has learned ASL-to-English and English-to-ASL interpretation, then English-based transliteration should not be a problem. However statistics from RID actually demonstrate the need for more transliteration training.

It provides a comprehensive overview of the task of transliterating, and its primary goal is to serve as a standardized curriculum for students currently enrolled in IPPs who have taken at least one semester of interpreting skills. [Kelly, Jean E.; (2001) 106 pages; soft cover; spiral bound]

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