Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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TIJA 8512

Intro WrittenTrans to Japanese

Introduction to Written Translation into Japanese

Introduces students to the basic theory and practice of written translation. Students will learn to apply text analysis, text typology, and contrastive analysis of their working languages to identify, analyze, and resolve translation problems while independently developing an efficient and rational approach to the process of translation. The appropriate application of electronic translation tools will also be introduced. Fundamental translation theory will be emphasized at the beginning of the course and will be conveyed in the form of assigned readings, lectures, class discussions, and independent research. In addition, course assignments will include practice and graded exercises in written translation, utilizing authentic texts drawn from an extensive variety of text categories that include, but are not limited to, current events, general political economy, general legal documents, and scientific and technical topics for general audiences. As the term progresses, student time and effort will increasingly be spent on the preparation and evaluation of written translation assignments. Students will be expected to take at least one midterm exam and one final exam, to be assigned at the discretion of the instructor(s) of record.

Subject:
TI - Japanese
Department:
Translation & Interpretation
Division:
Transltn, Interpret & Lang Edu
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Fall 2020 - MIIS

TIJA8512A-F20 Lecture (Russell)

Fall 2019 - MIIS

TIJA8512A-F19 Lecture (Russell)